Well to tell you about me, I have been able to sort out the fact that vegetables aren't hatched and chickens aren't planted; and one does not trade a cow for a chicken, or light a candle in the sun, so that counts for some intelligence. I think thatI have left lots to fight over?. I am not greedy. I see myself as trustworthy, extroverted, well educated I think, but then every cook thinks that his dunghill is the best. I have learned that experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lesson afterwards. I am intuitive or at least I believe in the importance inner life, but in this regard I am no clairvoyant that's for sure; and this is not really clear. I don't want to be as clairvoyant as "Miss Cleo" that I do know. She found herself in life's most basic institution for the simple minded dinners included, shouldn't she have seen that? I have these set of laws they're called "The Bill of Indublities" and my first Amendment is to never argue with an idiot they have more experience. Next on my" The Bill of Indublities" is this amendment "never choose from rotten apples? you never get a half good one, it's always other half". My next Amendment is by Yogi Bera, who said "don't' take yourself to seriously, because none of us are going to get out of life alive. " I am convinced that life is pleasant? and death is probably peaceful?. it's just the transition that has to be avoided! I am adventurous and open-minded but not empty headed. I believe that there are rules of propriety. I am creative or is it resourceful I have never been able to really decide on that one. I am sensible, playful, cultured, social, moderately successful (I can afford to spend what I am spending). I am in my middle flirties! I like to spend time alone but this is not the way I want to wind up in life, needless-to-say, right! I am a great father, good friend. I am fair?in a subjective way ethically. I find that I don't have an attitude problem; some people have a perception problem and me too sometimes. Although, I do realize that some days I will be the statue. I'd say that I am a great cook, but then you have to remember the dunghill theory! I love science and astronomy. I like looking up at the clouds, that way you don't have to visit them personally in heaven. If I had a clone it would be a Scientist. I love astronomy and geography. I say bless you when someone sneezes. I am spiritual not religious, considerate, romantic, sensual, and I love deeply and passionately. I believe in love at first sight or not; I believe in love's telepathy. I know that the name of the ones we love are written on our hearts! I am caring and generous but not stupid. I believe that laughter is deeply encouraging and maybe even healthy, I think, well I hope so? My theory is that there is growth and transformation in laughter; who knows what religious icons could have save themselves burning, and poking and stabbing, and blood letting if they used laughter they could have and transforms millions. Well I couldn't say that Pontius Pilate could have taken a joke but I would have tried, you know Pride before Destruction. I have always admired Atheist; it takes a lot of faith to say that way. I look people in the eye when I talk to them. I am diplomatic I think; I can make people see that both of us are wonderful, or is this common sense-ical. I am a leader, and a good follower; a good dancer (Dunghill!). I am a risk taker? I always need a parachute. I am confident and tactful. . . . I don't turn in to Jeffery Daumer with words in an argument. . . . And the as Oscar Wilde said "Always forgive your enemies; nothing annoys them so much. " I don't do melodrama; I've learned that I can't choose how I feel, but I can choose what I do about it, and I know that I am hopelessly flawed too. My favorite author is Alexander Pope, Shakespeare is good to read again and again, I am impressed with Marta Monahan, Paul Ferrinin, Sir Isaac Newton, Henrik Ibsen, and the poetry of Czeslaw Milosz but it takes time to wind your way through the labyrinths of his wisdom, I like W. E. B. Dubois, Paul Lawrence Dunbar, Shelly and Keats. . . oh, I like to read. Well this is my story and I am sticking to it! I hope to hear from you soon and best regards. Remember me! Like the fragrance of the rose that on single word can define. Remember me!I am not sure what more to say other than I am a wholesome Christian and I love it!