I like to take long walks and am told often that I'm very introspective. I also don't really do bars or concerts much anymore, but they can still be fun. I mainly like to have good conversation, read, learn and watch movies or tv shows.
The qualities I look for most are intelligence, compassion, curiosity, and a sense of humor. I am incredibly honest and hate games, especially when it comes to relationships. I try to live my life by 2 rules; to help others and to explore and increase my knowledge of reality daily.
I am an atheist, and I don't wish to sound like one of those mean atheists, but skepticism and free-thought are things that are incredibly important to me, and I need to have a partner who also values these things. However, I very much enjoy learning about religious thought and talking to people about how they've arrived at their conclusions. I can theorize that there is a spiritual world, and have gotten lots of wisdom from different spiritual teachings and have given a go and learned from many different spiritual practices, so I am not opposed to thinking there is some sort of deity or metaphysics and trying to get closer to it. But, if one endorses specifically one of the mutually exclusive hypotheses of what that spirituality is (like most of the world religions), and says all others are wrong and can offer no evidence to support this other than cultural experiences, I think that a product of brainwashing and not reasoning. By all means, if you have empirical evidence supporting your brand of metaphysics, I'd love to hear it and learn, but I doubt anyone has this. I like to forge on with the dreams of the mystic and the methods of the scientist, which is one of the Unitarian principles. Props if you know what that is!