Well about me... I'm an International Trade Specialist / Economist for the Golden State of California coming back from a long term assignment of 8 years in Japan.
Being the representative for California to Japan and expanding California Ag. and premium boutique wines to support our growing appellations was an honor.
Lived in Northern Thailand N.E. of Chiang Mai toward the Laos boarder on a Econ Development project for 8 months. Seeing the distinct cultures the Thai, Laos, Cambodian, Hmong and Mienh was amazing. I would deff say it's they that hold the temple within. They focus on your center who you are as person, very natural, very solid. Happy to be who they naturally are.
Other groups I saw greed and status were their primary motivators.
Never been married, no kids, or anything like that. Career and the project was my focus until now.
I'm a man that knows myself very well so do pardon but to save time I will say the following. First I'm a MGTOW guy. If you're not sure what that is here's a short intro (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVXdxaaRiAU).
I’m not a fan of the entitlement, it’s all about me stuff that seems to be the prevailing voice here in Sac. There's a lot of big fish in the world and I can assure you they're not here. While over seas for 8 years I only heard Sacramento mentioned once. And the girl that mentioned Sac described it as a suffocating experience anyhow point being this region isn't even on the radar. Spoiled brats, and "I'm the bomb!" put up with my crap girl's... please click next.
For the “I’m sarcastic sassy” types that's not a trait I see that is remotely attractive. If I wanted more sarcasm in my life I’d work longer hours or give my legal team a call. My life is relaxed and pleasant and I plan to keep it that way. So please move on to the next guy.
My career, life revolves around cultures, people of different thought processes, different realities, extreme differences tolerance and acceptance is vital. These are traits any patriot should have but we don't.
I'm Bi-racial 4th generation on both sides. I come from a military family dad was a Green Beret Special Forces officer. Few things irritate me but one that does are people that are fake. Or those that surround themselves with people that think and promote the same messages they do and proclaim to know. If you're surrounded by those same stagnate messages I assure you you don't know. You're just comfortably disillusioned. Which is why the rest of the world is kicking our backside now.
Balance is a must and it's reflected in those around me.
Abroad most of the guys I hung with were Canadian, Aussies, Turks, a few Brits here and there, Kiwi's (New Zealanders), German, Saudi's and of course natives. All I can say is that time and time again life has proven to me we all share much more common ground than different ground. Sitting at a table with guys that couldn't be more different to you in every way at first look. But taking the time to discover those hidden treasures of common ground that bond you as brother. Priceless....
Btw if the first word in your head when you saw me was "black guy" as my kiwi mates would say "piss off" your parents deff didn't do as good a job as you think. Which i guess is directly related to my first comment about my JP friends have about American woman.
Well, color of eyes hazel green all the men in my family have them. No artificial contacts or any of that fake stuff made the old fashioned way DNA. Body type athletic.
My personality type very liberal and tolerant I rarely use the word “no”. But as you can see I'm frank. I say what I mean and mean what I say. I’m an optimist not a pessimist. People always ask how? Simple I'm a man of now and a doer. Keep it simple. Those that complicate things usually are those that have time to waste or acting on some premise of their ego. No time for that.
In image casual, deff a short’s, T-shirt and Teva’s kind of guy. As far as the suit pic in the profile just displaying I don't wear my pants hanging around my knees.
I'm not an egotist nor guy that tries to cast some shadows over people, label, nor size people up.
Everyone has the same potential the primary difference in people are the books they read and the people they meet.
I enjoy just about everything favorite activities reading Biographies, Econ, managerial, business development, Trade, studying not just language but how that language is used and what it actually means. self help books of how to improve anything. Favorite activities , anything with water... scuba and skin diving, water polo you name it. White water kayaking is also a passion of mine. Other likes are outdoors, camping, dancing, martial arts ( Jujitsu, Kick Boxing, Taekwondo, combat styles) Gym, clubbing, playing ice hockey, and cultural events.
So who am I looking for now that I'm back home? As you might guess not the typical. She'll be a woman of maturity which means purged of ego. She'll be level minded, global in perspective or at least open to things of difference and deff one of challenge.
Keeps men woman relations simple and direct. She doesn't live in fear or based on some media created image based on her friends approval. Deff not a time waster lives in the now and doesn't push things off to tomorrow.
I'm not religious not at all. Haven't been to church in decades. But stepping outside the Hollywood propaganda machine and realizing things that were changed deliberately. Interesting to learn that First Christ was taught by Buddhist monks of India. Second the word “Satan” in ancient Sanskrit of the Vedas is “the ego”. Not a person as is described to us here in Western or current biblical terms.
Interesting right? Here’s a clip from a American monk that studied in Tibet, Nepal , and India if interested (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1U2v4zbpcxQ 5:42)
Looks are not a priority. Yes for most guys they are…but from the above you can see I'm not "most guys". Passion, Fiber and core are what speak to me.
I'm not looking for a perfect woman. Just one that's perfect for me. I didn't write for mass appeal but for that one that will stand and you know who you are.
Thanks for reading the book above. Do pardon the firmness but life can be very simple....very relaxed if you make it that way.