Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I have done a great deal of soul searching these past three years.
What I have found has been beautiful, inspirational and quite
challenging. I learned to cry again which has led me to being
available for love in a deeper, more profound way. My 18 year old
daughter is my pride and joy. We are very close and we are both
very grateful for our connection (even if she is very busy these
days.) I have had considerable success in business yet what is most
important to me are the people in my life. I am the guy you can
always count on. I always come through. Sometimes the way I come
through is soft and nurturing. Sometimes it is deep and
challenging. If you are looking for someone who is always easy
going and calm, that isn't me. I am often calm (I meditate daily)
and sometimes I am very inspired and passionate. My daughter says
when most people see a lion, they run away but when I see a lion, I
run towards it. Wrestling with those lions has taught me more about
life and about myself than anything else.
I am in love with life. Being in, on, or around water is one of my
heart's delights. I have a pleasure boat and two - 2 person kayaks
which allow me to share this passion with friends. I am what I call
a sensualist. I love human touch, the taste of healthy food, the
sound of laughter, singing with friends, many types of music,
making things with wood, gardening (finally grew a watermelon this
year - no small feat in Sebastopol!), mindfulness, and of course
I am starting yet another business, this time one that focuses on
vision, leadership, and compassion. It is a dream come true for me
and I am very excited about it. I love thinking about things with
deep, intelligent, compassionate people even when they disagree
with me. I am especially fond of women with independent minds, kind
hearts, loving hands and adventurous spirits. I have done a lot of
soul work and I am looking for a woman who is familiar with this
territory and not afraid to look deeply into herself and others.
Enough about me. Too many"I's" and not enough "We's!"