To accomplish this, I have ardent aspirations to return to school, but the unpredictable vicissitudes of life are making
that very hard to do, at present. Nevertheless, this has not stopped me from pursuing higher education on my own. I
love to learn.
Moreover, I find the most invaluable lessons you can ever learn, are the singular experiences shared face-to-face by
others. I obtain more enlightened wisdom from others, than from any towering stack of scholarly books or focused intensive study can ever give me. I would love to share this cherished knowledge that has been so generously given to me with as many as I can.
This being said, I humbly recognize and realize, that I have a overwhelmingly tremendous amount to learn, myself. Although, I am enormously relieved and calmed in part by the "...peace of God, which passeth all understanding..." (Philippians 4:7) in knowing, that our Omniscient God knows all, even though I myself know very little in striking comparison, makes it so my interminable and insatiable quest for knowledge is not futile. There is still so much I don't know; and I candidly admit I don't know that much about women, or dating, or the like. There are many salient reasons I believe that the Bible glowingly refers to wisdom as an incredibly intelligent female. (Psalms 4) I hope to learn from you, and hope you can learn a lot from me as well. I sincerely hope and pray that we can openly share our uniquely and intricately woven stories with one another. Together, it may just become one of the best stories some day.
the small measure of the never-ending love of Christ that God has munificently and mercifully imbued me with.
God has also magnificently blessed me with many other wonderful talents that I treasure, like creative writing, public speaking, dexterous hand-eye coordination, and a droll sense of humor. One of the invaluable talents that I have been bestowed with that I hold onto most tightly, is perseverance. I am resolutely relentless when it comes to accomplishing a goal. I don't like giving up.
As for T.V. I don't watch it much, but some shows I do like include fascinating shows like Modern Marvels and How It's Made, immortal comedy classics like Laurel and Hardy, and the zany cartoon show that delightfully makes fun of itself, entiltled Phineas and Ferb.
Like television, I don't watch many movies, I do however have some esteemed favorites like Jim Henson's visionary masterpiece, the Dark Crystal, and Laurel and Hardy's riotous and hilarious, movie, Flying Dueces.
A show is much more delightful to watch if it is accompanied by a savory, golden brown grilled cheese sandwich, or a mouth watering supreme pizza. It is also better with a wide variety of foods that are accompanied by juicy and sweet strawberries, such as buttery french toast, fluffy pancakes, luscious pies, and crispy cereal. The same goes for delicious apples. Fruity gummy bears, and other yummy gummy treats make my taste buds tingle and explode; and are another esteemed favorite of mine.
Music is one of my most favorite things and one of my most powerful motivators. It spurs me to action, makes the mundane a rhythmic and invigorating exercise, and makes every moment more memorable. I like variegated music all across the sonorous spectrum. I especially enjoy high intensity music. The soaring sounds of blazing air guitars, and rapid synchronized percussion that sound like roaring thunder is being rolled with sticks of fierce lightning, makes me move faster than I ever could without it. It is my battle cry, that empowers and galvanizes me to charge headlong with coursing conviction into each day.
While I do like adrenaline pumping and blood boiling music, I also like swooning, epic orchestral pieces, that cause you to sink slowly into sublime serenity. Life can get way too chaotic and hectic at times, and it is at those times, that I would rather be gently en-wrapped in mellifluous melodies. Like many of you, the music I listen to, depends largely upon my mood, and where I am at at the time.