When I actually get time away from work, I like to go horseback riding, play volleyball or paintball, play card games or (selected) role-playing games with my friends...there's actually a lot of stuff I like doing, I'll try almost anything once. If I like it, I might even do it again. I've got a long list of 'trump cards' I can pull out when I play "Have you ever..."
I don't smoke, drink, or use drugs. I've got friends who do, and while I cringe at the thought of what they're doing to their bodies, it doesn't change the fact that they're good people . I've had a lot of people ask me why I don't do any of these things...quite simply, I've never wanted to. I'm quite content being the designated driver.
I have very deeply-held religious beliefs...among the strongest of which is that each person has to find their own way in life. I have friends of several different faiths, including a few of no faith whatsoever (unless you count faith in humanity). I'm not going to try and convert you, though if you ask me questions I'll try and answer as clearly as possible. As long as you're trying to be a good person, and show some general respect to the people around you, your religious affiliation (or lack thereof) is your business.
I am I am introspective, apolitical, and and self-assured