About me: Roman Legierski

July 1, 2007 09:28
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About me: Roman Legierski

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TRY ONE YOURSELF>>> Age: 56 Residence: Poland Married? With children? Yes, two children Occupation: Electrical engineer, independent Nikken consultant Education: Bachelor in electrical engineering Pets: No Religious affiliation / observance: Messianic Jew Last person / party I voted for: Liberal Next person / party I will vote for: Benjamin Netanyahu My history (100 words max): Born and live in Poland; believer out of system, in Jeshua Messiah, owner of private enterprise and lodge Family history (100 words max): My great grandmother and great grandfather were Jewish; my father was a prisoner in three Nazi camps: Dachau, Mathausen and Gusen. I escaped from communism system to Greece in 1978 My connection with Israel: I have many friends in Israel wishing three times go but without success; my favorite book is Exodus On Friday night, I... pray and listen online to music from Israel Radio What I would take with me to a deserted island: Bible, some bread, water and tools on likeness of Robinson Crusoe Last book I read was: Divine Life by Demos Shakarian Comfort food: Mediterranean kitchen: pasta, tomatoes, oranges, chicken, lambs, Greek form of coffee My life five years from now: I expect as a believer good things, maybe not much material wealth but satisfaction of helping others Happiness: 1-10 (10 being the happiest) 9 TRY ONE YOURSELF>>> Meet all 'About Me' participants

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