Friends say I'm thoughtful, resourceful, bright, energetic, optimistic; have a great sense of humor.
I very much enjoy keeping the glass half full always.
While living in Manhattan on 9/11/01...... Just a mile from ground zero..... suddenly everything changed.
The little things in my life instantly became of much more importance to me.
Being in Manhattan that evening, seeing & absorbing the major change which was transforming the city before my eyes & would consequently transform the country & the world, was the most monumental event I had ever witnessed.
The experience changed me forever; we never really know what each new day will bring to our lives.
Every Experience is a Learning Experience.
Almost all traffic stopped, as bridges and tunnels to Manhattan were closed to non-emergency traffic.
People walked in the middle of the streets, avenues... dazed.
They walked where cars, trucks, cabs; buses had always sped by before.
The stories of the many brave & heroic people’s acts that morning in the World Trade Center Towers that were deeply inspiring.
I think we are all spoiled (including myself) by the abundance of great things in our lives, allot due to our addiction to new technology. Our lives have gotten more stressful as time becomes more a scarce resource.
There is a lot to do never enough time.
Looking for a wonderful woman, who is comfortable with herself & who she is.
She has an understanding of the above.
This wise woman has a good sense of humor, is very knowledgeable, thinks of herself as attractive.
I don't follow the finding "my other half" theory, but rather finding a whole, wise, wonderful person.
We will complement, enrich, enhance, fortify, learn from each other.
I know Your Out There!
“Some of the biggest challenges in relationships come from the fact that most people enter a relationship in order to get something: they're trying to find someone who's going to make them feel good.
In reality, the only way a relationship will last is if you see your relationship as a place that you go to give,
and not a place that you go to take.” - Anthony Robbins
A great book!