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My self-summary
"There are only two things you need to do in life: Try to live up to your highest ideals and try to face your fears.

I am passionate about a lot of things, but really, my hope is to fulfill my desires to become a better person.

I am looking for companionship, someone to hug and hold. Simply to share life's day to day moments. Slowly unfold the layers of our defenses around us to find the true person inside each of us and share it with each other with joy and celebration.
What I’m doing with my life
Describe your spirituality.
I found the “The Urantia Book” 30 years ago. This book claims to be a revelation of God. It starts with God and gives a dialog of everything down to “us” The core of this, is a universe teaming with life and even what we think of, as a cold physical universe, is actually bursting with various forms of spiritual and material energy. This revelation is self-effacing explaining the limits to language and to what is revealed. This book helps us pierce our superstitions and give a perspective on our evolutionary religious experience. Although “The Urantia Book" has had a strong foundation in my spiritual life I don’t hold it sacred. In fact I see it as a “think and do" book. Once read, it is time to live my understanding of the message revealed. It is this message that almost keeps me from even mentioning “The Urantia Book” at all. One of the key “doings” is the practice of “stillness,” finding God’s guidance within.
Currently there are two missions. One is the correcting time. This is a celestial program to return our planet from spiritual isolation into universe connectivity. This is kind of like upgrading our planet to spiritual broadband.
The second is the teaching mission. Once this connection is made, we as humans will need to be prepared for functioning in this new spiritual broadband. That is what the teaching mission is addressing: What is sustainable of any of our institutions? This is a typical question asked. I am willing to transform anything of my life and be of service to God and the universe.
I am not affiliated with any named organized religion. But I have a daily connection to inner guidance.
I’m really good at
1. My aunt said during one frustrating moment when I was working on her computer, “Oh I can tell you inherited your family’s happy gene”. “What?” I said. She said, “You are humming In spite of how frustrating this gets". I know what she means. It is not like I am Pollyanna. It is just very hard for life vicissitudes to knock me off keel. So I would I would say my “level personality” is one of my best traits.
2. Recently, around the break table at work, the guys were discussing the current movies and which one they and their wives would go to on the weekend. One fellow lamented about having to go see a “chick flick”. I asked him what he meant. He said “You know, “boo-hoo-hoo.” I thought how strange it must be to avoid emotions so much, that the only way they show up is in disgust or anger. I never have been an emotionless “hard male,” I have always been an emotion filled “soft male.” Sure, I go to “chick flicks” and yes I cry. So I would say my emotional capacity is another of my best traits.
3. Along with that “softer side” of me, comes a break from gender roles as well. When talking to my buddy about a new desert I was making for a family pot-luck, he said sarcastically “Gee, someday you’ll make a great wife.” Now don’t get me wrong, I can turn a wrench and fix my car, but I don’t limit myself to gender roles. I follow my passions.
The first things people usually notice about me
My wry sense of humor.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I like a variety of musical styles. Currently I like to stream http://www.lounge-radio.com/listen128.m3u. I listen to NPR for news, Jazz, and entertainment. (when in my car). I watch PBS shows (when I have time). I love to cook. I could go vegetarian, but am more flexitarian for now.
Six things I could never do without
I guess with maturity, all things must pass. Do we actually ever do without?
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Well I wouldn't say I spend a lot of time thinking about anything beyond life, the universe and everything (ha). But some of the things I am doing: Lately I have been making all flavors of jam. I have also made marmalade. This year's garden plan is under way. I am always working on a house upgrade project.
On a typical Friday night I am
Movies at the Ross (art-house). Dinning out with friends. Staying at home catching up on reading (for pleasure).
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Don't be shy, if want to know more about me send me a message. Why wait?
You should message me if
You resonated with what I wrote here
You're looking for a great balanced relationship

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