I've spent a lot of time in my younger days pursuing a career and life circumstances (stuff I have, degrees, trips, etc.) only to find that the seeking of an abiding satisfaction and peace does not come from experience and degrees and the american dream is not a great recipe for the happiness but it's not nothing. I'm fairly settled in a content, non-seeking kind of way and meeting someone who knows this and thinks it is important too would be great.
I like adventure, quiet, introspection, a challenge, teasing, practical jokes, being kind and going with your gut.
INJ#%@!% whatever... I try to talk when it's meaningful, find great intimacy in silence, find connection to be very important but not wired to be a constant talker. There is a lot of shit happening in the silence of life :)
Lastly, spirituality is very important to me. Not as a belief system, ritual or an ideal but to help orient oneself towards true autonomy, recognition of what is true, learning when to let go and loving deeply in an intelligent, non-sloppy kind of way.