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July 25, 2023

Details

Intelligent, compassionate, jadedly idealistic

I love to write, to read, to ponder, to act.

I want to save the world.

I eat healthily.

I stay away from mass, consumer-driven fads.

I can be intense. I can be light-hearted. I want to be challenged to new ways of thinking, acting, doing, feeling! I like to be challenged and I like to challenge!

I’m honest, intelligent, open-minded, and sincere. Communication is important–straightforwardness and utter honesty.

I love to learn. I love exploring history, cultures, people, and deep issues. I like to discuss the most profound issues in life to the most inane, daily happenings. I like deep, meaningful conversations.

I love to laugh and enjoy the simplest things of nature and life and people and art. I marvel within the quiet, sensitive, still moments.

I do freelance, creative work. I teach.

Spiritually, I’m in searching mode. Never plan on being out of this mode. I believe any man-made religion to be confining and limiting. There is just too much more. Infinite amount of Truth. Conformity in religion, although understandable, turns me off.

I am a smile, a tear, a flower, and a rainbow.

What I’m doing with my life:

Discovering

Evolving

Loving

Being

Creating

Letting

What else is there?

I’m really good at:

Word puzzles and sudoku,

Napping and Dreaming,

Debating and Listening,

Reading stories out loud and Being read to,

Caring about poverty in India and Deploring corporate greed worldwide,

Traveling and Exploring,

Learning highly technical computer languages and Pondering Life philosophy,

Challenging myself physically and Doing the splits,

Being the life of the party and Cuddling by the fireside,

Being a mystery and Being bluntly honest,

Taking criticism and Providing a challenge,

Finding reasons not to do the dishes and fold the whites and Digging out the weeds.

I like to smile! I delight in procuring a smile from a complete stranger having a bad day. I love being given a reason to smile.

“I would not exchange the sorrows of my heart for the joys of the multitude.

And I would not have the tears that sadness makes to flow from my every part turn into laughter.

I would that my life remain a tear and a smile.”

Kahlil Gibran