I believe that everyone is unique. I am not particularly looking for someone that is exactly like me nor one that is totally opposite of me whether it is hobbies or work field. There are good things that we can share together for similar interests; and for us with different interests, we can experiment with them to expand our interests. For example, I don't play music but I love musician (violin melts my heart). I am not in the military but I admire military personnel for their bravery and sacrifice for our freedom and others like entertainment, computer, etc.
As for myself, I am a bit shy at first but usually quacks too much after a while :-) as I get to know people around me. My friends describe me as someone that is ambitious, intelligent, hard-working, honest, easy to admit mistakes, extremely loyal (monogamous), humble, serious at times (job-related), less likely to get angry, (job-related), passionate, compassionate, and kind. I do tend to fall to guys who are kind.
I hope to form friendships which hopefully can flourish into something long term. I am looking for someone who is not only taking care off his body but also his intelligence and skills, well rounded, humble, kind, caring, honest, sincere, independent, and hard-working. MORE importantly, you love what you do.
I am not looking for a perfect Mr Olympia as I value intelligence and personalities much higher than physical appearance.
I haven't met or dated anyone in 7 years as I was solely fixated on work, studying, and volunteering trying to get into medical school. I realize that it was a big mistake to ignore the most important aspect in life as if my life is not complete despite achieving these endeavors. I really miss the feeling to share that deeper connection with someone.
I am not perfect by any means. I have lots of flaws. However, I hope that when the right guy comes along, those flaws will become strengths as we complement each other.
FYI, I am not interested in hook ups. Sex is beautiful in its own place and time but it is not everything. For me personally, without that intimacy, sex is without meaning. I used to be fixated on looking at profiles based on how good looking a guy is or how chiseled his body is. But, I learned that it is more important to learn underneath those perfect bodies of the traits that make a person, i.e. good personalities, honesty, kindness, humility, and intelligence.
Sorry for such a long intro. I am a nice guy once you get to know me. If this caught your attention, write me an email. I am open to have lots of friends as well.