Hometown: Crofton, MD
December 5, 2012
thoughtful, spiritual, gregarious, open, optimistic.
Family and philosophy and travel fill most of my time. My wife and I have been married 51 years and our kids, grands and greatgrand live nearby; I had the pleasure of babysitting 2 days a week for 10 years. I am studying French because we go there often. I am blogging about the philosophy of gift every week and working on webinars and booksignings and approaches to colleges to promote my intuitions about our genetic gifts.
Both my wife and I are native to the region. I had the pleasure of being a small town lawyer in Bowie for many years, and being active in legal and business groups. She has run a wonderful daycare business for decades.
The best way to make sense of the world is to live a rich, full life, which will include relating to what is inside you and to those around you and to the greater world beyond. You have the gift of life and the gift of each other; use them gratefully.
I am a philosopher. I have worked for 30 years on hope and hate. This year I self-published a book presenting a new philosophy about gifts we get from our genetic psychology. I am trying to engage others about these gifts.
Very nice group of interesting people; I'm pleased to be included.