Another ambition I have is to constantly expand my intellectual horizons. I have a huge stack of books that I'm currently reading or planning on reading sometime in the future, and I love heady conversations with fellow intellectuals. I know a little about everything and a lot about some things, and I'm always looking to learn more.
I can be very analytic and scientific-minded, but I also have a spiritual side. I'm well-versed in most of the world's major spiritual/mystical traditions, but I mainly dabble in western traditions like Kabbalah, Hermeticism, and Christian mysticism. I love hearing people's spiritual or metaphysical views, even material or non-spiritual cosmologies. I'm not concerned whether you're religious, spiritual, or secular. Just please don't be arrogant and judgmental about it. People of the "true faith," including the faith of scientific materialism, annoy the shit out of me. Have a little humility, for fuck's sake.
I try to be a good feminist/ally, but I realize I still have a lot of patriarchal shit to work through, so if I sometimes fail to live up to my ideals, I apologize. To that end, I've helped start a men's anti-patriarchy group (I think of it as "Patriarchs Anonymous") to provide a space for men (and others with male privilege) to work through their patriarchal tendencies while also combatting patriarchy in the larger community. I used to suffer from "nice guy syndrome," where I'd complain about how unfair it is that women go for jerks while putting "nice guys" like me in the "friend zone." I've grown up a lot since then, gotten over that victim complex, and realized just how fucked up and misogynistic the "friend zone" is as a concept.
I have friends who are poly, and think I could pull it off too, as I don't tend to be the jealous type. But I only have experience with monogamous relationships, so it's hard to say for sure. In any case, I've recently gone through a breakup, so I'm looking to take things slow for the time being.