I am into love. I'm seeking romantic love, but also fraternal love and spiritual love--or love of what cannot be known if you prefer. I had to read a book or two--and get burned as many times--to get that loving is a lifestyle. I'm looking for someone who seeks similar adventures in perspective over adventures in say Internet TV. I know that's snobby, but c'mon, nothing is worth watching after Arrested Development anyway.
I am tenderhearted, mindful, and trying to be present without being goal-driven. Speaking of which, ever wonder, what if we just hunted and gathered all day and made peace with the Uka Booka tribe to the north? I like labor, but my mind drifts toward picking berries from a hammock after the tribal bison hunt. It's like they say in yoga, find your edge, but then chill out there for a while.
My radar tracks women who speak thoughtfully and burn empathetic, guiding their lives by feeling as much as thought. For guys, feelings are hard to emote from adolescence on (blame the gym class hooligans), so I'm trying to make up for it by finding a groovy gal who can tug the crotchetiest of heartstrings.
Now with the mushiness aside, the physical things I love are open space, farms, snow, tropics, hiking, cycling, camping, mountains, and combining any of those into a journey as sans car as possible. I do yoga for peace of mind and to wear down my tingling muscles. And let's face it--it's an activity dominated by healthy women. What's your physical release? What could you do with a really fit dude? Just use your imagination.
If you made it this far, I should mention that I live right in Downtown Oakland, so SF, Oakland, and Berkeley are very easy. We all like easy.