Our Interests

If I ask David what he is interested in, he will say, “I don’t know. I don’t have time for interests.” He would sound like a very uninteresting person.

Alas, over the years and with 2 kids in tow, we have gradually become more interested in financial matters and the daily maintenance of life than in activities that bring us mental escape. It is only fitting since parenthood, with its trials and rewards, brings the greatest joy of all.

These days we can only cast our eyes backwards and glimpse with faint recognition at the people we used to be before we had kids.  One of the many good things is that we have peace with all the changes that happened during our life together.

Another good thing is we have been together long enough for me to have merged our interests and to enjoy doing many things together.  I can only hope that one day there will be a balance between what we need to do and what we enjoy doing.

We enjoy an introverted lifestyle in which we feel free to create our own world and home culture away from the demands and confusion of the outside world. Our freedom in thoughts and our abundant personal time are very important to us. We both delight in being active in nature and traveling either with each other or with our children. To us, time and experiences are more important than money and public influence.

We care strongly about the areas of public education, food, family culture, finance and politics as those really impact the comprehensive health of individuals and societies. We believe that the family, not the individual, is the fundamental social unit which should require our foremost concerns.

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