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Ghaleon, 42 y.o.
Lynchburg, United States [Current City]
Jerusalem, Israel [Hometown]

Looking for

Language practice
Meeting in person
Postal pen pals
Flirting and romance


Some college

Relationship status


Joined 14 years ago, profile updated 1 year ago.

Displaying posts 1 to 10 of 29.
Reply - Conversation - Jul 13
An ASSASSINATION attempt on Donald Trump tonight 7-13-2024 **** at least once!
Reply - Conversation - Jul 11
Hi Ghaleon nice meeting you I could see you are a God faring not just a Christian I hope we could meet one day once again good having you as a friend
Reply - Conversation - Jun 7
Reply - Conversation - Jun 21, 2022
Well I am sure a majority of the world knows what is going on in the United States. I see on news networks in Other countries about how the government is failing. Failing the world, going back on its word, failing it’s own people. Our so called “leader” can’t even speak. They are already abolishing the Constitution, the highest law of the land. Stripping away our rights. In the past two years, the amount of people struggling have skyrocketed. The amount of homeless people are way beyond numbers unseen in this country. UnfortunatelyI now fall in that category. When the pandemic happens my landlord lost his job so he went through the eviction process, (kicking me out so I can’t live there even tho I’m paying) to sell the house to make his ends meet. Does not care that I have a child and would not have a place to go. That was September of 2020. I fought in court till March 2021 and lost. I spent my savings and bought some land and contracted the Amish to build a 16x40 barn that I would turn into a tiny home. They made a lot of mistakes and did a poor job in construction. Like the front half of the house leaks. I lived in a tent from March to August when they delivered the barn. I transitioned to living inside the barn and still in it today. They never installed the electrical panel till late October. Do to shortages on a plethora of things, I could no longer get power to the grid. I lived here on the land with no running water or electricity. I know it might not seem like a big deal to a lot of other cultures and countries who are use to that kind of thing. But it was a very rough transition for me since I was always use to having it. Anyway they refused to fix anything and we ended up in court. On June 17th they ruled in the contractors favor, so now I have no place to live. So I plan on backpacking (walking on foot) out of the country and make my way down to South America. Starting on making my way through Mexico. I figured why stay in a country that not only no longer cares about its own people, but after doing a ton of research, realize how much pain and suffering it has done to many many other countries. I want no part of it. So if I’m going to die homeless on the street, I might as well visit places that I’ve only read about. Experience other cultures and learn what I can. And most importantly, experience how my fellow Hebrews managed to survive with our having a home.
Reply - Conversation - Dec 2, 2021
Not everyday you see a white stag.... a sign is a sign. Who has ears to hear l, let them hear.
Reply - Conversation - Dec 1, 2021
My first sermon is now finished. I hope anyone reading this that’s struggling in this world, to please take the time to listen to the word and pass it on.
Reply - Conversation - Jul 26, 2011
I like your profile.
hi from lovely st vincent and the grenadines
Reply - Conversation - Jul 24, 2011
nice name Don, my name is Mary Jane but most of my friend call me Jane.
Reply - Conversation - Jul 24, 2011
I'm fine , by the way what is your real name?
Reply - Conversation - Jul 24, 2011
your Welcome, how are you?
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