As far as music goes, I listen to a pretty broad range of genres, but I guess right now it's mostly folksy, acoustic bands and post hardcore. It's a cliche at this point, but I just can't listen to pop radio.
I don't watch TV, but I do occasionally watch movies. Pretty much anything that has a good plot line or an important message, and this excludes most romantic comedies and action films.
- My irreplaceable friends
- New places to explore
- Books and the quest for knowledge
I suppose lately I've been putting a lot of thought into how best to utilize my abilities in order to make this world just a little bit better. I don't believe in a god or heaven or any kind of afterlife, I kind of believe that leaving something good behind is really the only way a part of us, our "spirit" if you will, continues on. But then I have to face the fact that not even that lasts forever, which brings me to the next thing I think about a lot...
Oblivion. I'd be lying if I said the thought didn't frighten me on some primal level. Eventually there will be nothing left of any of us. At some point, the universe itself will cease to exist. Trying to find purpose in what is essentially a meaningless existence takes up a lot of my time.
That being said I'm really not morose! I couldn't tell you how, but I've managed to be a pretty happy and hopeful person despite the fact that I think about the meaninglessness of it all so often.
1) Organizing/participating in some kind of event/conference/fundraiser.
2) Out with friends and either doing something culturally enlightening or getting hammered and wreaking havoc.
3) Cooking myself an elaborate dinner, working my way through a bottle of Chardonnay, and reading.
You have a strong sense of passion.
You love adventures.
You care about making positive changes.
You know that morality and religious faith are not mutually inclusive.
You know the what dftba stands for. ;P
Most of the people I've enjoyed meeting on OKcupid have had a cat in one of their photos. Just an observation.