Developing an interest in abstract architecture that challenges the very notion of what constitutes a home. I like to think about, "Why do we need walls? Small doors from which to enter/exit a place of residence? Why not a larger door? Or one that rolls up like a garage door? Opening the living room up to the outside yard or a clearer view of the stars?
My ultimate life goal is one of an all encompassing sense of contentment. I am losing any tolerance for any regret that I have and may develop, if ever, in the present or future. I am going to only live once unfortunately. So I seek to obtain new experiences in all aspects of life before I pass on. Failure or Rejection in absolutely anything from the workplace to intimate relationships are a learning experience and opportunity to advance towards this goal.
Example includes future weekend training for EMT-B (Emergency Medical Technician-Basic) certification, short wave radio operations (Ham Radio) and perhaps the most important thing I must learn to do before I die is learn to fly (it is non-negotiable) fixed wing aeroplanes.
2. My accent? or Tone of voice
3. My youth (I am 25 years old, not 16)
1920-1930s era Jazz (i.e., George Gershwin), Middle Eastern instrumental & vocal music (i.e., Alabina, Ishtar), Minimalist, Experimental Electronic
Any book that teaches a skill set I lack.
Beverage: French Canadian BEERS (think Quebec Province) microbrew beers including "Maudite" (amber or red ale, name translates as "The Damned One"), "Trois Pistoles" (pale ale, name translates as "Three Coins"), La Fin Du Monde (golden ale, name translates as "The End of the World") & Don De Dieu (pale ale, name translates as "Gift of God")
Long Island Ice Tea
Foods: Curries (various styles, kinds), Pan Seared Tuna, Noodle dishes [i.e., Ramen (NO, not instant ramen)], sandwiches (various kinds) & generally anything else that is not excessively sour tasting
2. backpack with damn well everything I may need at anytime
3. Iced New Orleans style Chicory Coffee with whipped cream and chocolate syrup
4. comfortable shoes + socks
5. automobile (any type preferably in working condition)
7. my 2 bicycles (mountain bicycle & folding bicycle)
2. How to be an eventual well rounded person in life
3. How to find, finance & build my own eventual Shangri-la [think of James Hilton's 1933 novel "The Lost Horizon"]. My Shangri-la will have its own private cinema, gym, library and mechanical workshop. A sanctuary that I can have the tools and means to rejuvenate and improve myself as an individual for as long as I live.
You have an open mind and always try something once before deciding whether you like or dislike it. That pertains to dating and life in general (In plain English, "Don't Judge a Book Entirely on Its Cover").