Still a bit of a dreamer, increasingly a realist, part time believer, full time appreciater. Been told that am too sympathetic, practicing on empathy. Ultimately, the world is but a step away and life is full of excitement. What's not to love about life's best offerings? But ultimately, there's much to be done to free and to heal the world. Let's do it!
Else, about me, I guess I like to think am a regular guy, into sports (football first though), having a few beers with the boys now and then, go running with my dogs, enjoying alone times, reading. My college background is in physics and computing with my graduate degree earned in New Zealand in Christchurch's University of Canterbury. I like to think I'm still a physics and thus a science geek, so subscribe annually to New Scientist and Astronomy mags along with the standard Men's Health etc. Keeping fit is a priority but lately have been slacking so looking to change that up into higher gear now. Working life is important to me and is something i'd look into a partner in terms of her having her own professional career and doing well with it. I subscribe to the worldview that we're all one and the same people, that we're all born equal even if our circumstances aren't, and that we're all free to pursue our dreams, and hopefully that we'll all help each other along as best we can. I was an aspiring Jesuit priest once, but had to discard that for sake of family care, so am happy with that decision though to this day I still imagine what life may have been like as a Jesuit. I call myself a dreamer because I tend to place time and value on things and ideas that others find a waste of time, but it makes me happy to dream and I think people secretly do dream their own dreams too. Hope to hear what yours are one day. Take care for now, aloha.