Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Every so many months these things need to be updated. In a short
matter of time we have changed and, hopefully grown. The wonder of
living to this age is how one's perspective becomes wider and
clearer. Many of the self-deceptions which caused me to stumble in
the past are recognized and corrected. The most treacherous lie is
the one we tell ourselves. Like the "Knight in Rusty Armor", I have
my flaws. And, in working with anger management groups and engaging
in learning experiences, my own hidden issues are exposed just as
well as others'. But, now I am an aware being, rather than a
sleep-walker. I've held illusions about my looks, my
"intelligence", my sincerity, etc.. We all have. Unfortunately,
it's not until errors in judgment, assumption or belief create pain
or disorder to others or ourselves that we realize..."I've been
living a lie." I now call it "falling into the quicksand of my own
mind." The good news is I'm more aware of how I am responsible for
my own feelings. So be it. Life goes on. We are all works in
progress. Expressing myself through writing has been a lifelong
venture. I love to sing, write songs, do massage therapy, learn
guitar, facilitate groups, share life experiences, listen...to you,
life and even the silence. We are infinite. We are here to
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
A retired Baltimore City Probation Agent, now Group
facilitating(mainly anger management groups);enjoying my renovated
home; working-out at YMCA; singing karaoke; about to re-perform in
"Jesus Christ Superstar" (4th year doing it...locally); writing;
getting to know obscured facts; being unconventional; being a
member of Community Exchange by doing massage and, most recently,
taking guitar lessons and using Skype. More significantly, I'm
eliminating the "lies" and uncovering the ego. Most of us lie to
ourselves...about our faults, our lives, relationships, weight,
whatever. One of the lies we gradually accept is that we can remain
healthy while doing nothing. Nothing from nothing leaves nothing.
Honesty begins with self. It's called "integrity". Update:
Performed in the in the Pa. Playhouse production of "To Kill A
Mockingbird" in Bethlehem. Really stretched my comfort zone; 9
performances; I loved it!! Life keeps happening. Just discovered
"Meet-Ups". Great idea for hooking-up with people who have similar
interests. Look it up in your area.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Reading between the lines. Descending into the "rabbit hole" with
Alice and imagining the infinite possibilities of existence...being
a thinker. Listening and actually hearing. Not being "that person"
the people who stereotype expect. Eliminating baggage (spiritual
& physical). Seeing through people. Just about anything I
request God force to enable me to do. Being creative; finding new
ways to do the same thing. Extracting the positive from adversity.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Empire of Illusion,Eckhart Tolle (A New Earth), Carlos Castaneda,
Aldous Huxley, M. Scott Peck, Edward Albee, James Baldwin, Bhagavad
Gita,Tao Te Ching, The Bible, Crack In The Cosmic Egg, Knight In
Rusty Armor, Empire of Illusion (did I say this twice?)..What The
Bleep Do We Know, Pedagogy of the Oppressed.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Reliance on a Higher Power,self-awareness/acceptance, water,
reflection, imagination and humor.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Having spent my life doing things that, in the long run, were
meaningless. And making this time, these moments, "now" much more
substantive, intense, impactful. Have you ever signed-off from a
site, tried to return and seen this notice: "Sorry but your time on
this session has ended." We face that reality everyday...with our
lives and loves. And so, we search for Ms. or Mr. Right. The
question is...is our own internal world right enough to share with
someone else? So, we're here, taking the leap of faith. If you are
here, you're a "believer" like it or not. We're all in the same
foxhole. So, I guess I'm thinking about "you", whoever you are,
hoping I'm ready and able to receive what you're ready to
give...and vice versa. As the song goes..."Will I find my love
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
At YMCA and/or at a friend's or karaoke
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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It wasn't me! I'm a Jersey guy.
You should message me if
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You like exploring ideas & places, being spontaneous and can
live outside the "box".
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