Label me a "jack-of-all-trades", an "autodidact", "DIY-er", or a "renaissance man". Whatever it may be to you; I know I'm a unique breed of man. With all sincerity and humility; I pick up on things quickly and I've taught myself on a variety of subjects. I've acquired many skills and have become well versed in a wide range of studies. I'm intrigued by some many topics and have a keen eye for the subtleties in life that most other people just pass over. I have a sincere passion to learn any and everything possible.
I pride myself in being knowledgeable, and sociable. Being able to discuss almost anything with anyone is an awesome trait of mine. I'll probably have an intellectual opinion, quip, or neat (useless) fact to say about anything...Consider it part of my charm ;).
I reek of a "gamma artist" approach to life. I try my best to follow my heart and I do what I feel is right. I have great comprehension skills, though at times, I find that I'm unable to articulate my thoughts the way I'd like to...Short term memory loss? Maybe. Misfired neurons? I simply don't know. It's something of a curse or obsessive compulsive pride I have to where I'm stubborn enough to studder and fumble around to try to explain an idea completely while making a fool of myself, just out of an obligation to be an effective communicator. I feel confident in writing rather than public vocalizing myself. I do, on the other hand, really enjoy organic, improvised, often, comedic banter in social interactions. Sometimes I wish I could just take a thought and instantly transfer verbatym what I'm thinking/feeling to another person. That way I wouldn't have to explain things verbally and everyone wins.
There's many a time in which I find myself in a struggle between my "hermit" like tendencies; left with my own devices(and literally, like videogames on my PS4), solitude and even borderline "emotional unavailability" vs. my drive for adventure, discovery, socializing, and new experiences...
Also I consider the war between "my desire for idealist perfection (if that is such a thing) vs. my human laziness and desire to just relax and read a book, or take in information in other mediums." To be a very prevalent notion in my day-to-day decision making.
I find that I might be that good guy holding the door open, helping out someone in need, saying "please"
"thank you" & "bless you" or giving someone advice. I guess you could say I'm your chivalrous "average everyman" but I more of a "jokester with a heart" in a manner of speaking. I live a life of acceptance & common sense but I give people chances even to a fault at times. Life is too precious to live in constant greed, distrust, insecurity etc...Live in love and seek wisdom, I say. I almost always follow my heart over my mind which is an internal battle, because of how logical, stubborn and cold my mind is.
A sliver of wisdom I've learned is that true "wealth" isn't found in money earned or possessions acquired but rather it's found in ourselves and the relationships we build which enrich us. Something money cannot buy.
If you have a little class, taste, individualism, intelligence, and just enough "depth" to keep me wanting to know more. Then I'd say we'd get along just grand.
Oh and it would be a major plus if we could have witty, goofy or deep, abstract conversation.
Anyways, I'll end this beast of a novella with some advice:
-Be you. Let people love you for being yourself.
-Do what you want and what feels right.
-Find balance. In your mind. In your time. In your lifestyle.
-Be happy. It's a daily choice.
-Share your love and kindness. As corny as that sounds.