I'm a pretty quiet person, and I mostly keep to myself because I quite honestly just don't enjoy the company of most people. I suppose you could say that I'm picky about who I open up to, but I prefer to use the word selective. The problem with this is I've become so used to ignoring others that when I actually do want to talk to someone I'm not entirely sure how to go about it. So yes, I'm somewhat socially awkward. Even though I generally prefer to be alone I've come to realize that I'm actually lonely.
I enjoy reading, writing, martial arts, philosophy, history, movies, anime, and video games among other things. I love a good story, no matter the format. I really enjoy learning new things, but this can be selective. If something interests me I'll learn everything I can about it, nut if it doesn't then I can't be bothered. For instance math never held any interest for me so I never bothered to apply myself to it.
My beliefs would best be described as agnostic, both because I am of the opinion that you can neither prove or disprove the existence of god, but also because I just don't care. I find the question of whether or not god exists to be irrelevant. Either way it isn't going to change the way I live my life. I'm pretty intolerant of those who push their beliefs on others and blindly argue without listening to reason, but if you keep your beliefs to yourself then I have no issues with you. I'm a strong believer in living your life however you want as long as it doesn't interfere with anyone else living theirs the way they want. Aside from that I have my own personal set of beliefs that I've developed over the years, which I won't get into here. I consider myself a philosopher so I'd be very interested in talking to someone who I could have a nice philosophical conversation with. I'm not the kind of person who will refuse to admit that I'm wrong when confronted with a good argument. I make it a point to question myself, and think everyone should do the same now and then.
I have a strong wanderlust in me. I want to travel the world and experience and learn so many different things. I can't imagine wanting to stay in one place your whole life. Maybe because I've never really felt at home anywhere, but still it seems like something I just have to do.
I suppose in the interest of fairness I should mention some of my flaws. Emotionally I'm pretty cold and distant. I don't like most people and have a hard time relating to others. I don't consider myself a nice person but in the rare instance that I actually like someone I can be the nicest person in the world to them. I'm terribly flawed, but really who isn't? I accept and embrace it as a part of who I am. I'm perfect in my imperfection.