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Submissive white male, college educated, Christian (Methodist, no interest in changing) 5 feet
Hetero Male Submissive, 58,  Indianapolis, Indiana
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Submissive white male, college educated, Christian (Methodist, no interest in changing) 5 feet 9 inches, weights 235, with brown hair and green eyes. Medical wise dyslexic with sleep apnea, type two diabetic, age 64, (straight, (not gay)), overweight, takes a few age related medications, disease free, no tattoos, and in good health. Not interested in marriage, (and sadly, (not interested in sex.)) Own a dog, and I am allergic to cats. Political wise I am a moderate default republican. I believe in capitalism, and the social safety net but I am against socialism because I have lived long enough to see it fail no one can tell me how they are going to pay for it, and do so in a practical common sense realistic manor. My personal goal is always to win but as I have gotten older I realize that sometimes there are no good solutions to a problem. Sometimes you have to make a decision between two bad choices and how you lose is just as important as how you win.

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2/26/2018 8:40:13 PM

That faith in God sometimes upsets other people on social media who cannot understand why you still have childlike faith in a power higher than yourself. Defined as being a solid belief in God when it sometimes: seems like we live in a world that God has truthfully forgotten.

2/26/2018 5:56:55 AM
For me: faith is extremely intangible, and something you cannot easily explain in a simple sound bite: but it does give you hope both for the future: and in the simple fact that we all have a future to live out: and a few freewill choices to make in the near future in order to bring that future life come to pass. The ((American President "John Kennedy") once said: “We can have faith in the future only if we have faith in ourselves.”) (To quote the Christian serenity prayer: "God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.") But that prayer does not give us an excuse to quit or stop trying. We keep trying because we are alive, we adjust because we are human, and we keep the unseen belief with no real evidence because we have faith that God has a plan and everything will work out even if we have no clear understanding of how God’s plan is supposed to honestly work out. So we stay in the game: pray to an unseen God: and keep the faith while we continue to do so: with no guarantee that we will ever succeed. So we continue to hang in there.

12/17/2017 10:55:22 AM

Life is not about getting what you want. Sometimes you have no choice but to play the hand that life chooses to give you. Example: I voted against Obama’s second term, and I was forced to live with the results. I voted for Trump’s first term, and now you are forced to live with my results. For the record: this has nothing to do with gloating or payback; because in lest that four years: we get to do it all over again: and one of us is not going to like the results: of the next American presidential elections.  Still: and this is what is important: we both made the effort.  And remember: life is not perfect.

12/13/2017 2:56:41 PM

Know when to fight. A lot of people will fight if they know they are guaranteed the victory. But they fail to consider what they have actually won. Only after the fact do they realize that what they have won is good and truly worth having, or simply a really bad thing. So before going into battle, ask what you are fighting for. Sometimes you can win: but if your victory is bogus, your own best course of action is to stop, and simply walk away. Sometimes you have not got a snowballs chance of winning, but if you win the day, the value of the prize is so overwhelmingly good: that it is worth making the effort regardless.

12/12/2017 4:57:04 AM

The road to hell is paved with good intensions.  Just ask Lucifer Morningstar. In the TV series Smallville: Lex Luther and Clark Kent (super-boy) start out the same. Both young men trying to do good in the world. Overtime they are faced with a number of decisions. You can remain true to good, refuse to compromise, and you might succeed in bringing the desired good deed into reality. But this course of action has limits in that you cannot take shortcuts, evil might win the day, and evil is free to do anything it needs in order to win, and do so at any cost. You on the other hand, can only do the right thing, even if doing so results in your lost. Or you can look at the world through Lex Luther’s eyes, and do a little evil for the greater good. But every time you compromise: doing evil becomes a little easier. The lines become more blurred, and over the course of time, you are willing to do more and grater evil things in the service of what you perceive as a righteous cause. Eventually the line gets so fuzzy, that you cannot tell the boundaries and borderline between being a righteous man or an evil sinner.  In the season 5 finale just before the start of season six, Luther pushes his father out the window of a tall building in order to stop his own dad from doing a truly evil and a very unjust thing, only to realize too late that he himself had crossed the line. That he had unintentionally become the villain, Clark’s enemy, Superman’s opposite, and he (himself) had no way to get back to the light. In short: Luther did not know how to be good and where the boundary between good and evil was. Clark who never compromised: was still good, he still knew right from wrong, and he knew how to stay firmly in the light, even in the dark.

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