On the quantity side, that translates to me being an immortalist. I want to live forever - or at least remove the restriction of an externally determined expiration date. And I think it might be possible with technologies on the horizon; see, for instance, Aubrey de Grey's TED Talks. I think that's really exciting and wonderful!
(And yes, I know the ten or so arguments claiming that death is a blessing, immortality would be a burden, etc. (Yes, about ten or so. It would seem that no one comes up with anything new in this domain.) I'll gladly explain why I feel totally nonplussed by these arguments if you're curious and ask. And you don't have to agree with me for us to get along - but if you totally disagree and are utterly certain of your position, we might have a problem.)
On the quality side, I am very interested in most things. Some of my favorite passions are science and psychology/people - but I spend my time doing a wide range of things. (I'm writing this in a few spare moments before an aerial silks class. Why not?)
Honesty and openness form a huge part of how I function. When talking about important emotional stuff like whether a given behavior is okay or not, subtlety, lies, and beating around the bush don't sit well with me. I think it's important to be kind in communications, but I also think it's very important to be straightforward in relationships. Hiding the truth in favor of protecting feelings is a big no-no for me. You won't get that from me, and I ask the same from you.