My days are filled with Frisbee Golf at Clark-Centennial in Longmont, Hiking, Reading, Walking the Bike Trails in Longmont, and thinking about refurbishing my town home now that it is an empty nest. I like to hike but I don't currently have a partner and my daughter gets upset when I go solo, would you like to assist my daughter? I also Square and Contra Dance 3-4 times a week, most weeks. I'm also thinking, very seriously, about traveling to the different dance venues out-of-state in order to explore the country and enjoy the dances. I would like to have a partner with whom I could learn some couple's dancing. I very much enjoy waltzing and think that my partner and I could really enjoy the dance floor experience of knowing each other's moves because in partnership and relationship we harness the power of union.
Most of us were raised and live in a culture that emphasizes the ideals of independence and control. The general idea is that we are on our own and we don’t need any help from anyone else, and if we are really successful it’s because we are in complete control. However, I have found during my many years of complete independence and control (I raised a daughter from birth to 21-years as a single-dad) that I cannot accomplish anything truly great on my own, without any help, and the idea that we can is an illusion that causes most of us a great deal of suffering. When I began raising my daughter (she is 21-years old and manages a bank in Loveland) I had no idea how to raise a girl, but she allowed me to see that IF I could give up the illusion of controlling her, we could work together to create a harmonious whole for each other.
My purpose in partnership is to create something greater than we can create alone. Not because of any deficiency or incompleteness in either of us, but because each of us is unique, with our own talents and abilities, and in partnership we increase the efforts and talents available for creating something meaningful together. All partnerships, whether romantic, creative, or professionally-based, can be powerful relationships for personal growth. In partnership we harness the power of union.
Life is, in my opinion, a collaborative effort. Much of what we do can be enhanced through partnership. Together we are stronger because our personal power is multiplied by two. Through partnership we experience the joys of working, living, and loving together.
Would you like to explore a partnership with me? Are you a woman who does not object to facial hair and who believes women are equal to men, just different, and you want to celebrate and enjoy those differences. If you do not want to sit around waiting for the man to make the first move please contact me. I really do enjoy my own company, but I know that life would be more fun shared.
I’m looking for that special someone that I’m attracted to in all ways – emotionally, mentally, and physically; and someone whom I’m attracted to by their unique feminine otherness. Your Yin – My Yang. Someone with a good sense of humor, reliable, honest; someone who places a high value on both talking and listening, who is outgoing yet appreciates a dose of relaxation; someone who looks forward to emotional and physical closeness and is able to make simple romantic gestures are some of the qualities that I cherish in a woman.
Lao-Tsu, author of the Tao Te Ching said that; “Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength while loving someone deeply gives you courage (http://philosiblog.com/2011/08/24/being-deeply-loved-by-someone-gives-you-strength-while-loving-someone-deeply-gives-you-courage/) - Are you my special someone?
If you have found this interesting and/or intriguing please take a chance and contact me. I have not “joined” this site simply because I do not want to spend my money in hopes some woman will find me attractive.
The worst that could happen, if you contact me, would be for us to enjoy a meal or dance together, BUT the very best would be for us to find that we can learn to trust and share with one another while we develop a lasting partnership. Nothing ventured nothing gained.