Rewiring the System


My Profile For Mr. Right

Posted in Uncategorized by rewiringangel on September 20, 2010
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Three People REALLY want me to find someone to actually be with as the Last Great Love of Both our lives. To this end I got this Profile .. Your comments are truly welcome.
I wonder if this will attract the most interesting man to sweep me off my feet?
It has not hooked any bites. Guess It Needs Yet Another Re write
smile…Thanks
5′ 7″ (1.70m).

Likes dogs and Dislikes cats
Speaks
English

I am looking for Mr. Right: He has slow hands and a secure attitude in his abilities to enjoy himself and bring people pleasure and happiness… He has a realxed face and gentle eyes and a warm opened heart.

my spiced life
One Great Mix!
Who Am I? A mixture of many things.
Recipe – 1 part painter, 2 1/2 gallons of journalist, 3/4 lbs particle physics, 1 loaf of baseball, 1 pint of hockey, 3 cups of live music, Opera, Jazz and Classical (with room for all types and genres), 2 tablespoons of an East coast sensibility, a pinch of just the right spice, all wonderfully laid out on warm bed of authenticity, reciprocity and trust.

An ideal recipe to blend well with the one above would be: a 5’10 or taller drink of water, a large dollop of a fairly well-used, but not worn out, grey matter, a bucket full of accomplishments with more to come, at least a gallon of passion;), a dash of attentiveness, a pinch of tenderness and a pint of half-n-half indicative of a sharing attitude and desirous of viewing your partner as an equal.

Like any good recipe, you find something new and tasty with each bite. For instance, in one bite you may find that my religion is peace through beauty. In another you’ll find I place a high value on integrity. And as it goes, you’ll discover many exciting traits, like how much I love conversation, in a non-confrontational manner, am a good listener, am deeply spiritual, that I play well with others, that I enjoy people of all walks of life, love trying new things, am highly educated, write run on sentences a la James Joyce, have an immense amount of energy to share on this wonderful journey called life with someone who “gets me” and I “get them”, all with an easy-going personality and grace and style to boot!

The strongest relationships blossom in an atmosphere of tolerance where you can say what is authentic in your life. Being different from one and other lends a spark to knowing and growing together. The right person understands the yin and the yang of a relationship, that we would complement each other’s lives, welcomes a woman who has her own ideas, enjoys the differences and respects the possibilities.

I’ve endured and enjoyed many journeys. But, on this journey, I seek a partner to join me as we build on a friendship that explodes into a chemically charged romance, while we hold on tight, laughing through Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride or just snuggling in bed together; I await the ecstatic experience!

Now, off the beaten path we go…

Attention Mr. Right.

I want someone to adore me as I am and make me and us more and better than we would be by ourselves. Come to me, let me put my arms around you sort of intensity. I imagine he is very mello and drives mostly the speed limit, no speeding needed to make the adventure great. Driving the speed limit is a heading that describes a life style that there is enough time for all the tings Mr. Right wants to do. He has slow hands and a secure attitude in his abilities to enjoy himself and bring people pleasure and happiness… He has a realxed face and gentle eyes that belie slow hands. What do I say in a digital posting that would get his attention? I
What is your world view? My life was as a buddhist, It was wonderful and I got to the other side of all religions in favor af a lifestyle of Peace Through Culture. Are you like me in that you have forgone isms?

First date – A lunch or dinner date would be splendid! I am, however, open to suggestions!
What I’m doing with my life
I am writing my book, which is taking longer than expected, but along the journey I have learned about other areas where my passions and expertise are brought out.

I write poetry in my free time and also research for travel guides which my daughter writes.

I go to as many baseball and hockey games as I can each season!
I am looking for an: ISFJ
I’m really good at
I am a good listener and have a wise, yet open-minded way of conversing. I’m good at writing, counseling, cooking and painting. I swim regularly too. My spanikopita is amazing, so is my squash soup.
I am an: INFP.
Many people, perhaps the majority, will come to appreciate your balance as a compassionate person. The more they get to know you, the more they will admire your thoughtful compassion for others and its compliment in the sensible ways you take good care of yourself.

Those whom you help will appreciate the way you leave them with their dignity by expecting them to collaborate in their own rescue. Those who are more tender-hearted will find in you a balance they lack; when they’ve run out of energy because they fail to take good care of themselves, you will still have enough compassion left to lift others out of trouble.

Even the tough-hearted, those who believe people should solve their own problems, might come to admire your tenderness which they don’t find in themselves. So the people you help will be grateful, and the people who see your balance between self and others will admire you. Certainly, balanced is not bad at all as a way to be known among your friends.
The first things people usually notice about me
My eye, my smile, also my laugh is contagious.
You are important. So are other people, especially if they are in trouble. You have a tender heart, but you know how to establish and keep personal boundaries. You are empathetic and compassionate, but you also believe that it’s best if people solve their own problems and learn to take care of themselves, if they are able.

You are deeply moved by the needs of others, but you know that if you don’t take good care of yourself, you’ll wind up being of no use to anyone. So yours is a thoughtful compassion. You strive to be fair and sensible, taking care of others while also taking care of yourself.
When someone really is in trouble, you like to collaborate with them toward a solution; they do their part, you do yours. You consider carefully, and respond in a sensible way; they do their part, and together you move through the difficulty.
You seldom act impulsively; rather, when a problem arises, you take your time to think through the situation. This contemplative quality usually means that you’ll arrive at a diplomatic solution, one that’s fair for the other person and also fair to you. It’s frequently a win/win situation.
My favorite books, movies, music, and food
Writers: Umberto Eco, William Blake, Emily Dickinson, Kurt Vonnegut, Jack Kerouac
Books: The Words of my Perfect Teacher, The Cave in the Snow

Movies: Triple X (its important not to be serious all the time), The Bicycle Theif, Casablanca, 12 Monkeys, Delicatessen, 8 1/2, Shawshank Redemption, Raising Arizona, movies about cars or car racing, and more…

Music: Mose Alison, Taj Mahal, Mahler, much more!

Food: French bistro food, plates that are beautifully arranged, authentic Japanese cuisine, Italian comfort food, Pacific Northwest-style seafood
The six things I could never do without
1. Romance
2. Loving attention and physical intimacy
3. Easy walk and talk together
4. Time to myself and time shared with a caring partner
5. My YMCA membership, swiming
6. A healthy sense of adventure
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The true nature of the human condition – I wax philosophical often.

Each one of us encounters some hard times; we get caught off guard, or feel a sudden swell of emotion, whether from fear, joy, anger or sadness. Life is just like this sometimes. You know that because you are an emotional person. Some people go to great lengths to keep their emotions under wraps, to keep a stiff upper lip, to not let others know what emotions they are feeling. But that is not you. You embrace all of life’s emotions, both the joys and the turmoil that life brings our way.

When you’re having fun with a group of friends you don’t even try to contain your pleasure; you laugh hard and feel every moment of the conversation because of the joy that comes from the experience. You make very intense friendships; ones where all of the depth of emotions that you feel can be shared. Emotions are such an essential part of your everyday life. You may cry at intense movies or when watching a sad story on the evening news. You get angry, at others or at yourself, and you do not stifle it. Emotions drive your personality and your relationships – you simply are what you feel.
You experience both the highs and the lows more profoundly than most. And you usually relish the intensity of your emotions. For sure you enjoy the positive times. There are those times, though, when your feelings get the best of you and you wonder how you will manage the moment. But because you are so in tune with all of your emotions you will experience something very pleasant and will be able to engage with that positive feeling to again enjoy the wonderful intensity that life brings you.
On a typical Friday night I am
I regularly attend art openings and community events, or grab some dinner with friends to chat about life and love over some tasty grub. Chances are I am smiling or laughing, and planning to sleep in a little on Saturday morning! What a great life you have, and a great attitude to boot. You know when to buckle down and push ahead to get the job done, and you do it well. You know when to lay the tools of your trade aside, grab your kite and head for the meadow where you can run with the wind. Many people will see and admire in you this lovely combination of a person who can focus, but who is flexible enough to know when to let the spirit move you in some new and livelier direction.
It’s a life they aspire to, and they delight in seeing it played out in your life. They may ask your advice and turn you into a mentor of the full and balanced experience. They will want to know how you do it, what the costs are, and if you get frightened that you’re not working hard enough or playing often enough. They may make you think about your own life more than you have, so you can share it with those who want to emulate this balance between flexibility and focus. They may be correct lucky you!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I love men as they really are, with all their raw and real energy intact. When you take on a task at work or at home, you are reliable; you get the job done. In an organized way, you define the goal, lay out a plan, figure how long the task will take, and get to work “solid and dependable you”.

But and this is important you’re not a slave to the plan. You’re committed to it, but not chained to it; the connection is more casual and informal. You know that sometimes “the best laid plans” fall off the tracks; when this happens, you clean up the train wreck and start over, undeterred.

Though not happening often, when plans change, you’re okay with it. In fact, sometimes you change the plan. It’s too nice of a Saturday to finish organizing the garage. Let’s go for a bike ride instead. True, the next rainy Saturday will likely find you back in the garage, but for now the work can wait.
What an interesting combination of qualities in you’re organized, but casual; solid, but compliant; and dependable, but informal. At home and at work, people know they can rely on you. You take great satisfaction in knowing that people think of you as disciplined and responsible, but you also know that you have something of a free spirit in you, and when this spirit moves you, off you go, following the impulse of the moment. You are rightly proud of your work ethic, but you also enjoy your willingness to lay the tools down, crank up the music and play like a child.

If you are looking for a meaningful long term relationship where each of us makes the other better than either of us could be alone, then please contact me?

Also, it would be very nice if you lived in the more immediate area as well.
Like someone who can sleep comfortably on either side of the bed, you are equally at home with ideas and beliefs that you have held for a long time and with new ways of thinking and believing that grow out of your intellectual curiosity.

Your sense of who you are and what your place is in the world around you rests on values and principles that are the solid ground you walk upon. You’ve tested them, they work for you, and much of the time you are content to trust them, that is, until some provocative new idea slips in from a conversation, book or some flight of your active imagination. “Hmmmm. What’s this. Never thought of it before.” And off you go, exploring.

Since you love to learn, you’ve always been teachable; you absorb new information, which means you are well-educated in things that matter to you. Sometimes your intellectual exploring will lead you back to where you started; the “next new thing” proves too shallow or impractical to you. But once in a while a new idea or belief will dislodge you from the ground you’ve stood upon; it is so compelling and persuasive that you step away from the tried-and-true and embrace this notion that is brand new to you.
Because you hold both solid beliefs and are open to new ideas, you are accepting of other people and other ways of thinking and believing. You are flexible enough to listen to something new and different, or something outside of your comfort zone; if it works for you, you’ll take it in, and if not, you’ll let it go. In this sense, you know who you are: you are neither closed-minded nor wildly open-minded, but walk somewhere near the middle of the intellectual road.

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  1. John said,

    Dear Ilsa,

    This is a terrific blog entry! Now all you have to do is post it on Match.com or E-Harmony to find yourself a good man!

    Best wishes,

    John : )


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