whacky times. It would actually seem more surreal, wouldn't it, if
we met because our parents play bridge together or we bumped into each other at the supermarket? "Oh, I see you're buying broccoli. How about that? I like broccoli very much."
And I like sushi. And soccer. Holding doors open -- for you and others. I like Brooklyn, Black Rock City, Buenos Aires, and elsewhere. Art, trees, trains, Tabasco, tattoos, bridging anonymity, making people happy, the successful company I built and the people I work with, Spanish, sleep, humor, red, blue, black, the creative process. Not knowing.
I don't like:
War, whining, chard.
On a weekly basis, I:
Gym, meet my buddy Ian at a coffee shop, advise my sister on men, go to a friend's house party (chit-chat with drinks in hand, laughing, dancing), walk through the adventure and challenge of running a forty-person company transparently, watch a movie, jog, sauna, tend the garden of my new place, plan my next trip (been doing a lot of weekends out of town, and headed soon to South America).
Overall, I'm optimistic. About the state of the World. Concerned,
but definitely optimistic. A bit Jewish, a bit Buddhist, and love