For me, self-summaries are always challenging to write but during one of my recent reads, I came across a quote from Richard Bach from his book A Gift of Wings. It says: "The highest art form of all is a human being in control of himself and his airplane in flight, urging the spirit of a machine to match his own."
I generally look at life as flying a plane. There are so many things that can go wrong and that you have to keep your eyes and mind on. But then the excitement you get from living cannot be compared to anything else.
I want to share a secret in my self-summary: With all the education I have had along with my jobs and the level of sophisticated understanding it requires to function, deep inside I am just an ordinary man. Do not let all these degrees and titles fool you. I strongly believe that there is elegance in simplicity. And how can I ever express my want when I have almost everything I can possible even fathom to want?
I want to meet someone that I can relate to, spend time with, laugh with, travel with, fly with, and of course, share all that I can feel and want with.
We come across literally hundreds of profiles and I never know what someone is looking for and for that matter, what I am looking for. How do birds and animals find their mates?
I was listening to an NPR story about a grey wolf who was introduced in America from Canada after the species went extinct in the 30's. This grey wolf walked for over 200 miles looking for a mate. And he found a black wolf and started a family. Nature works in strange ways. In the end, it is all a game of chance but serious effort in pursuit of the common goal is implied, even in the ways of Nature.