Neil M. Noble
A Better Man and The Bucket List
My interests range far and wide. In short, I’m interested in everything and fascinated by whatever is left over. This includes but is not limited to: art (all genres), architecture, antique furniture, most earth sciences, music, poetry, dogs, travel, religion (both history and philosophy), construction and more. I’ve lectured on the Dead Sea Scrolls and the history of the Jewish court of law called the Sanhedrin. I’m teaching a class on Introduction to Construction Estimating and Blueprint Reading at a local college. Although I was never in the military, I did fight for equal rights, desegregation, and against the Vietnam War on the streets of Baltimore and Washington D.C. I was at the Lincoln Memorial listening to Dr. King’s speech. I was an average kid in school, but I always scored high on any test given. I’ve always felt a restlessness within me (A.D.D.) up until college when I was introduced to poetry and music. That calmed me and provided the focal point I needed. I was also one of the founders of a group that attempted to incorporate the area called Columbia Maryland.