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56 Glendora, California, United States
Seeking: Female 38 - 60
Education: PhD or Doctorate
A few words to begin... "I beg you, to have patience with everything unresolved in your heart and to try to love the questions themselves as if they were locked rooms or books written in a very foreign language. Don’t search for the answers, which could not be given to you now, because you would not be able to live them. And the point is to live everything. Live the questions now. Perhaps then, someday far in the future, you will gradually, without even noticing it, live your way into the answer.” --Rainer Rilke I am a teacher who wishes to retire and hope to move to Latin America in about 4-5 years. I think it ironic that many don't understand why. I am still working, and when i retire, I will travel the world. That is where you come in! I love this quote: Hello, friend. I just decided to try this website. There is a lot of crime here, so I am careful. If you ask me for my whatsapp, that means you are a criminal (ha ha, gotcha). I am still working, and on track to retire in five or so years. Then I will travel the world. Hopefully, that is where you come in! I had a surgery a ways back and it affects me a bit but that part is getting smaller every day. About me: I write poetry, I used to sing. I love my two large dogs. I have traveled in Western Europe, Mexico, and some twenty states. I have accomplished a lot but I don't let it go to my head. Most people have accomplished a lot. I believe that most people are engaged in a dire, silent struggle and we should respect and have kindness for them. I am an animal lover, and a humanist. I have dogs (and used to have cats, but no more) I believe all people have rights and deserve love and good treatment. If you are one of those people who want to blame the poor and misfortunate for their woes, we are not a match. No Haters, No Trumpers, No Climate Change Deniers. Human Compassion should be a law, and if you cannot embrace it, please do not contact me. I love watching: movies, theatre, opera, musicals, and even ballet or performance dance. I was in an opera once. I danced in a salsa show once also. I believe the earth is sacred, women are sacred, children are sacred. I am a pretty healthy eater, but everything should be done in moderation. I always wanted children but I do feel it is past my time. If someone else has kids--I LOVE KIDS and am open to possibilities definitely. I am more spiritual than religious; I consider how we treat others and a belief in the value of all to be the highest spirituality. (And I recall that is part of one of the two most important Commandments) I do go to church once in awhile. I believe that God cares more about how I love and care for others than he does about me going to church--but that is my belief. As for career, I teach in a low-income neighborhood and many times I am the first teacher that a student has had a good relationship with, often, in that student's whole life. I treasure them, the relationships, and the life that comes from working with children. In that, I am very rich, very lucky. Most people, unfortunately, do not obtain the joy and meaning from going to work that I do. I honestly make the world a better place for some, and for this I am extremely fortunate. I do want to increase the level of care I show to those around me, those in my life. Furthermore, caring about less fortunate people is a big part of my soul's energy. In other words, under the cover of darkness, this man searches Los Angeles for maidens in distress, lost puppies, and cats stuck in trees--you know, the serious stuff. Joking aside, I always try to help others. I also am the one sibling who takes care of my mother's affairs. She used to live with me, but it could not last forever. (She is okay now, just somewhere else.) I am not young anymore, not in the classic sense. By now, most of us realize, now more than ever, that we need love. The love that makes us devote ourselves to care for, show concern for, and deal honestly with another person who needs us, when no one is looking, and no one will be the wiser. I love this quote: “Believe in a love that is being stored up for you like an inheritance, and have faith that in this love there is a strength and a blessing so large that you can travel as far as you wish without having to step outside it.” --Rainer Maria Rilke.

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