I've been a Christian most of my life, and still looking for truths about how to apply theory to real life. From my core I feel that the most important things in life are: connections to friends, family. . . working and living with purpose, looking to make a difference, enjoying the moments and the people you are with, looking for the beauty in people, travel, work, ideas. . . I've always been attracted to excellence, in anything, leaders, sports, literature, medicine, business. . . I like the principles of success, the psychology of how to get results and have a passion for finding ways to coach kids in success principles in sports and entertainment. Things I admire about women: women who have empathy and compassion for less fortunate and children; women who are open-minded, and positive thinkers, women who are good communcators, express themselves and listen well. I admire women that want to make a difference and have the discipline to manage their own lives with some resources left to give back. Favorite things to do: hike in the rain in the jungle, sea kayak, surf, play tennis, read a lot with a friend and talk about the book, write, coach kids in surf and tennis. It's easy to believe in the Bible because its the only book that has a clear explaination of how love is the most important thing, how any decisions made without love ends is pain, selfishness, and loss of relationship. It explains the break down of trust in this world as people move away from values and the 10 commandments anda guideling. And I have seen and felt the transforming power of God to help us all become better people.