Well shit. I've seen a lot of things, and I've visited a lot places, equally have done a lot of things, some of them accomplished. I'm about to hit 30, and I feel like I've haven't done enough with the whole self discovery spasm our 20s' are supposed to be about. Consequently, the walls I have put up block my views as well, but I can still hear the non-dismal side of my life.
I'm taller than average, and this is saving grace; I am broad and in the process of losing some weight. I have more of a linebackers' build than Jabba the Hutts'. I like to sport a somewhat long, but well groomed beard, and I'm currently regrowing my beard after I cut my old beard off last month. It will be back. Sometimes I weep over that decision.
My style low key, most often in a pair of dark pants and a band t-shirt, usually coupled with some sort of footwear. I'm more of a boxers guy than underwear, and the heaviest jacket I own is a hoodie (and I prefer this).
The most challenging part of being me is not approaching everything in life from a jaded and cynical point of view. This is really, really hard to do.
I adhere to a science based agnosticism, like the Law of Conservation of Energy--Energy cannot be created nor destroyed, the energy that holds us together exists whether or not we do or not.
If you want to know more, you'll have to ask, because while it might feel like I reveal a lot about myself, it's likely just the tip of a spear.