So, here I am: Limbo. Stuck between two worlds.
What can I say about myself? I'm more of a thinker than a sports type of guy. I'd like to say that I'm the artistic type, but I think that's just in my head. I definitely have a growing appreciation for art, and I have this crazy idea about going to film school.
I figure if my artistic aspirations don't pan out, I could always kill 6 million Jews instead. *ba dum, tss* ...Excuse me, I need a wash: aWashnWashnWashnWash ...That's much better.
Now where was I... Oh, I aspire toward the Gaudiya Vaisnava lifestyle. You might not know what that is or what it entails. The best thing we can do is to let it reveal itself organically in your time. We don't usually see God all at once, after all.
Religion is a subject that piques my intrigue. I would like to meet someone who at least finds it to be an interesting conversation topic, even if she doesn't consider herself particularly religious. Hell, I've had wonderfully engaging back-and-forths with self-proclaimed atheists in my time. For some people, "spiritual" is a better word to use. I am fine with whichever. The difference between the terms is imaginary anyway.
When I am not engaging in philosophical discourse on topics such as the theological problem of evil, the euthyphro dilemma, the existence of an immaterial soul and the nature of free will, I am often joking around with my brother and dad, confusing my mom, sharpening the sword of knowledge for myself or others by playing devil's advocate, watching or discussing movies, actors or filmmakers, or just being a silly, silly bastard (my last name should be "Snow" [thanks, Game of Thrones!])