All this being said, here are a few selves that help make me who I am today: I'm a philosopher, a scientist, a class clown, an athlete, a philomath and polymath aka a nerd, a lover, a rebel, a dreamer, an empirically unjustified optimist, an atheist among many other identifiers.
I know that some say that atheism leads to amorality. And though this does appear to be generally true in our consumerist/pleasure addicted society; there is nothing necessarily true in that statement. The problem is that it is much easier to have morality dictated to us unconsciously as a tradition or taboo as in the envelope of religion and pushes the limits of human mental faculty to keep morality a conscious effort; yet, this is necessary if we wish to avoid mental slavery or being controlled by our base animal appetites.
Hold on...let me open a window. Ahh much better. Sorry about that...what I meant to say is I'm a fun loving guy that actually likes to have fun while having fun in a fun park where the theme is fun riding the fun fun and, of course, long walks off short piers. In all seriousness, I do enjoy: talking about a movie I just watched over some pie, reading before going to bed, locally/sustainable anything and everything, finding a new album, sitting outside in a European style cafe with my cappuccino discussing all manner of topics from the definition of art to possible implications of Gödel's incompleteness theorems. If this is your cup of tea, come have a sip.