On one leg: Grounded, naturally happy, kind, reliable, adventuresome, intelligent, sharp witted, and cares about having good character. I'm looking for the right beautiful neshama to share life with and to create a family.
The rest may be commentary, but here it is anyway: I'm a spiritually curious Jewishly committed and genuinely open minded man, though a healthy skeptic. Although I'm a certified teacher of meditation, am no vegetarian (though these days it has got to be grass-fed as well as kosher--Michael Pollin, shall I send you the bill?) Love playing guitar with and for people. I've been told that I have the ability to make people feel at ease around me and that I'm "disarmingly friendly." Love grilling Shabbat meals with friends. A friend recently called me: An emotionally mature version of the camp counselor you had a crush on in 8th grade and a 'sexy rabbi.'
What I’m doing with my life
Working at being a source of wisdom, humor, and comfort to a broad
ranged community in Manhattan.
I’m really good at
Listening. Conversing. Imagining. Grilling. Cooking. Laughing at
myself. Playing Bim-Bam.
The first things people usually notice about me
My eyes, or so I'm told. Then it's my dog. I'm a rabbi, play
guitar, am very easy to be with and am anything but a stereotype. I
take people by surprise.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Gevalt... Let's share this over a glass of wine. It could take a
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What people mean by "spirituality."
Marveling with wonder at how this all works.
The people (and animals) in my life.
How lucky I am.
On a typical Friday night I am
Enjoying an awesome Shabbat dinner with great friends and selecting
great wine to go with it...
You should message me if
You are intrinsically kind. You have a sparkle in your eye and
creativity in your spirit. You are deeply committed to something
important in your life. I don't care what that is, so long as
there's something you're passionate about. You strive for balance,
speak your mind, and prefer to laugh rather than let the veins pop
out of your neck when you feel like losing it. I'm looking for a
partner. You've got class and character. You can make me laugh, and
you love being a woman. Judaism informs some deep part of your
life. You appreciate tradition, and are not irrationally
fundamentalist. I don't think I have much of a "type" anymore, but
I tend to be drawn to skinny/slender women with long hair. My
Ezer-K'negdo, as I'm looking to settle down.