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Robert O.


Elkton, MD
Hometown: Elkton

Member since:

July 3, 2013


Out of the many Ideals expressed in the Purpose Statement for the Group, do you find any to be most appealling?

The ability to be and act in the present based on my life values; to make a difference in the world by living a meaningful life.

Do you have a favorite author or book?

Ayn Rand helped me change my course in life even though I no longer agree with much of her philosophies.

Do you have a favorite Ideal about life and self that is not on the Purpose Statement for the Group?

"Seeing and accepting what IS" is a good first step on our journey. And when stuck, start. Both are simple and involve putting one foot in front of the other, often when we don't know where we are headed. These are similar but not identical to the purpose statement of the group.


I'm trying to learn more about myself and life, to improve, to grow, and to push my boundaries while enjoying the journey.

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