Who is Guy Shepherd?
By Guy Shepherd
PlannedMan

Who is Guy Shepherd? I’m in my 50s, have a head of hair and a beautiful, indulgent, good-hearted wife. My son and daughter are Aces. Life is Good.

Who is Guy Shepherd?
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I spend a lot of time in my head, which is not a closed event.

I’m a lover of life’s joys—not inclined by nature to a traditional measure of moderation.

It’s my calling to defend less-popular existential truths that are no-less existential.

Life is better with a drink in hand—bartenders love me.

I’m in my 50s, have a head of hair and a beautiful, indulgent, good-hearted wife. My son and daughter are Aces. Life is Good.

I spend a lot of time in my head, which is not a closed event. I enjoy others—an explorer of the human condition—and like to play human with them. I’m open to a look, a taste, a try and some conversation. I’m quite comfortable with human nature—as it is and ought to be.

I’m a lover of life’s joys—not inclined by nature to a traditional measure of moderation. A guiding mind that goes along for the ride is rooted in a philosophic, moral and political sense of moderation of sorts.

I am a heterodox thinker—never found in a herd of independent “thinkers.” My worldview has many doors, windows and exposures. I’m aware that others in this world do not think the way I do. Guess what? I like that.

My desire to think and live freely has matured well with age. I hate all tyranny, but tyranny of the mind is even worse. It’s my calling to defend less-popular existential truths that are no-less existential.

I am future-focused. I grow the chip count on that which concerns me. My concern(s)? …to maintain and expand the revenues of human dignity.

I hail from Somewhere: Worcester (Woostah) Massachusetts—a “future once happened here” mill town—which makes me “bilingual.” Don’t get me wrong; I love the place and the people. Its stamp on me remains—born into the Catholic Church and the Democratic Party. My values have not changed—a “Truth, Justice and the American way” Guy. I was taught to love my country and my flag. My creed: “All men are created Equal.” I believe in the anthropological, moral truth and the justice of equality.

I’m pretty good, on a personal note—a good husband, father and friend. I am good to do time with. However, if you saw from a distance those whom I most love—and in my presence—you’d swear they all had Parkinson’s (their heads would be shaking).

I find myself invited into the company I seek. Life is better with a drink in hand—bartenders love me.

Best,

Guy Shepherd

 

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