Washington, DCUSA 20036
February 8, 2012
tenaciously curious, a lover of the natural world (including people). I like to think I have an artistic eye.
I love color and design. My hobbies center around those two words and include painting, photography, jewelry making, scrap-booking. I am interested in all matters environmental. I am interested in philosophical thought and its impact on society. I am interested in action for the betterment of mankind.
I have a question. It's something I've been thinking about lately. How can we influence people around the world to work on population growth. And can capitalism survive without population growth? Or should economic reform include a more socialistic tendency?
Life is chaos or at least I believe so. The function of life is to create more life. The meaning of life is individualistic. It is what we make it.
Hello, Who am I? You can decide that when I meet you? But to begin, I am a Maryland native, a graduate of Towson University, a former elementary school teacher, a former real estate agent, and a retiree from Maryland State Government.
This group has inspired me to read about something I've been meaning to for a long time. Why do human beings behave the way they do? Can we develop a kinder, gentler society?