I am busy reading and writing everyday. I have bills to pay like everybody else. I spend more than half the day working in my home office except when I am playing tennis three times a week.
I have friends of all political, religious and gender backgrounds.
I volunteer a few days a week at a local hospital and donate to a few charities. I have a busy and full life.
I travel a few times a year to distant and interesting places.
I hope for everyone to be as fortunate as I. My wife and I planned to be where we are now in retirement. It didn’t happen by accident. Most good things don’t happen by accident.
I don’t have time to worry about you or what you are up to. I don’t care what color or ethnic group you belong to and I don’t care who you marry.
I only hope that you are happy and successful. Happy and successful people don’t lash out at others who are different from them.
If you want to know what I think about something, ask me. Don’t make assumptions on what I think or believe by the way I look or by how old I am.
I only wish everyone good things in your lives. If that happens, we will all be better off.
Google me. R. C. Hand, author.