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Neil
73 Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Seeking: Female 20 - 50
Best feature: My Personality
I am currently working as an aviation Simulator Instructor on the Dash-8 aircraft with FLIGHTSAFETY CANADA in Toronto, Ontario where I keep a car and an apartment on Eglington St. I love Toronto: it is a vibrant multi-cultural city with a great ballet company, four professional sports teams, the world's best collection of international restaurants, an awsome art gallery and museum. If you are in TO I will take you on a great tour, dinner at the Albany Club and go to the ballet or sports event, whatever is on that day/night. Call ahead! Before Toronto I was an Airline and Military pilot and have retired from both. My home is Portage la Prairie where I have a few homes as part of my new business, "Great Circle Canada". I also do a vacation rental business in Phoenix Arizona (same name), see my website; Invitations for a week during the off season are open to friends or available to others are regular conditions. Call ahead. I am currently single and unattached and very happy but looking for my next partner to enjoy the wonders of this life. Call ahead! My life philosophy is use the following principles every day in my living. Please read it and tell me how you live your life... Prisons from the Past Many of us live in a mental prison from our past experiences. This self imposed prison prevents us from enjoying our current life and prevents us from helping the people around us. I have found that I could escape my prison from the past by practicing the following principles; Always remain optimistic about the future. That way you are happy every day until a small misfortune occurs. If you are pessimistic, you will be unhappy before AND during the future unfortunate event. Always assume everyone around you is a good person, or at least has some part of their character that is good and kind. That way you will inspire them to show the good part of their character when they are with you. Always take total 100 % responsibility for any thing that goes badly in your life even when you think that someone else has “caused” your misfortune. This absence of blaming others for your misfortune will bring you help and sympathy from others rather than distrust and anger, and it is the first and necessary step to changing your misfortune. Of course you are ultimately responsible for everything that happens in your life, especially your own happiness. You cannot “make” someone else happy, you can only make yourself happy. This is accomplished by making a decision to be happy – it is just that simple. Happiness is a decision. It is a not a job, it is not a bank account, it is not a spouse, it is not a living place or country. Happiness is found inside you, not out there. When something good happens to you, always look around for someone to give the credit to them. There is always someone who has affected events to make good fortune happen for you. Give them the credit and you will have a friend for life. You don’t need the credit for good fortune because you already have the good fortune! When someone asks you for your help, give it to them immediately without reservation or complaining but with joy and enthusiasm. This approach makes both people feel very good about themselves and about the other person. It inspires lifelong friendship and trust. Believe that there is no such thing as a problem without a solution. Pretend that a problem is like a puzzle that you can enjoy to find a solution for, especially enjoyable if done with your partner of the moment. Frustration will evaporate into the air like sweat in the desert and you will become cool in the process. End every day of your life with gratitude. Say it in a silent personal prayer to your maker, to fate, to your love or even to your pet. Gratitude is the fertilizer for happiness. My way… Neil

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