The Interview – Mr. Personality


Briefly describe yourself and what you do.

I am a street entertainer, local sign waver and Newnan’s self-appointed Goodwill Ambassador and columnist extraordinaire for “The Paper.”

Best piece of business advice you’ve received.

Be a team player and a good listener

If I had it to do over …

I would make the most of all opportunities to live life to the fullest in all ways possible.

You are going on an extended solo trip. What three albums and three books would you take?

The Best of Jazz; The Best of the Blues; The Best of Bach

This Thing Called You – Ernest Holmes; The Secret Teachings of All the Ages – Manly P. Hall; Mind is the Master – James Allen

Tell us one thing about yourself that few people know

I am a chronic introvert

You are hosting a dinner party for six. What five people, living or dead, would you invite and why

Mother Teresa, Death Martin Luther King, Jr., Jesus Christ, Satan

Name an as yet unfulfilled dream

Live in Tibet for a year

If you weren’t doing what you are, you would be …

Very disappointed

Your go-to food.

Soups and stews

Favorite movies(s)

The Color Purple, Shane, Old Yeller, The Man Who Would Be King, Secondhand Lions, Crash

Dogs or cats?

Cats. Anyone can own a dog; no one can truly own a cat

Your favorite quote and why

From the Bible: “A tree is known by the fruit it bears.” I apply this quote to people I meet for the first time. I simply look for the fruit that tells me what type of tree (person) they are. Good trees bear good fruit and vice versa.

Name something that you are extremely glad you did or accomplished

I am glad that my search for divine spirit put me on a spiritual journey that led me to this state and to Newnan, which has become Heaven on earth for me every day for the last five years.

What advice would you give your younger self just starting out on their own

To know that every day is to learn, to do, and to be. Embrace life and live it to the fullest, listen to the still voice from within, it is divine spirit.

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