The Tao of Questy

The Tao of Questy The concept of Questy has been used by me, Tom Peracchio, as an alter ego, to represent myself for many years.

In the 1980's as online services created handles and nicknames, I began using Questy as my alias.  As I began developing web sites, and an online identity, the colors green and purple, along with the Questy character, have created my own brand identity.

In my philosophical adventures I had often used variations of the name Questy, such as TaoQuest or PeraQuest (a word I coined to mean the journey throughout the possibilities.)

I started reading the works of the great philosophers when I was old enough to read. I took my first philosophy class back in high school. As time goes on, I hope to organize my notes on philosophy to share with those who care to learn, and for those who dare to dream.

Technology has been my profession for many years. Music and philosophy have been my passions for my entire life. It only seems natural that the two come together at my cyberspace home.

Questy's mission is to stretch your brain to see things in a different perspective.  Even if you totally disagree with Questy, if you think about a problem or idea in a way you never have before, he has succeeded.

 

 

Believe in Santa Claus

Believe in Santa Claus !!!

The tradition of giving gifts in the winter feast began in ancient Rome.
Saint Nicholas lived many centuries ago.
Because of his deeds Saint Nicholas became the patron saint of children.
The spirit of Saint Nicholas, and the tradition of the winter feast
were handed down to Santa Claus.

You say that Santa Claus is just a joke,
You say that Santa Claus conflicts with your beliefs.

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The Tao of Questy is about love and laughter and being human. It's about sharing ideas and being a little bit crazy in order to stay sane.


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