I work in broadcasting, TV production and music. I've helped produce a bunch CD's for various recording artists and currently work on a documentary about first century Aramaic and how modern religions neglect original Hebrew and Aramaic ideas about spirituality. I live an active life, bike, blade, swim, jog, travel and enjoy diversity in people and culture. I'm intrigued by "that Guy" that Christians call Jesus... but I don't think there is much resemblance between what he stood for 2,000 years ago and how religion portrays him today... or should I say how he is represented by religion today. I'm Jewish and a follower, but not in the traditional sense. I'm looking for a soul mate, best friend and partner in life who has the courage to live an honorable and wholesome life. I very much enjoy making music, play some guitar and some keyboard and would be delighted to find someone who likes sing and enjoys in praise and worship as a part of life. I rarely go to church or synagogue (sometimes when invited), because I generally find most religious meetings boring and predictable. What else... I'm financially independant, good with money and want someone who also has respect for finances. I enjoy my work and build foundations of love, trust and honor in my relationships. I enjoy motivating others and helping others succeed. I wish and pray the best of success for YOU in your search for love. Cheers. Baruch
A lesson learned. I prefer to be with happy, joyful, and confident souls like myself. A joyful, happy person has joy and happiness within. At first the happy joyful person brings much joy and happiness to their unhappy partner. But then in time… what sometimes happens. The UNhappy partner begins to resent the joy, happiness and confidence of their joyful partner. The UNhappy person is unhappy within, but believes that they are the source of the happy person’s joy, happiness and confidence. The UNhappy person tries to equalize their lack of joy by bringing anger and resentment against their happy, joyful and confident partner, in a bid to feel better about themselves. The Unhappy partner doesn’t understand that another person can’t make them happy, joyful, and confident within themselves. Each of us must nurture happiness and joy within our souls to be able to enjoy that within ourselves and share it with others… joy can’t be borrowed from another human being, it is something that is shared. Love, joy, happiness and confidence is a choice. Those with little or no joy, happiness and confidence can turn that around if they choose. Love and joy is a life choice. Choose life.