I am somewhere between a spiritual ace and a lover of emotions, good, bad and ugly. Incidentally, I am also "ace." Romance is ridiculously important to me, but the form it takes almost doesn't even matter.
There's no way I could ever provide an up front and personal synopsis of myself in this little space, but I've been described as "verbose," "responsible," "level-headed," and occasionally "irrational." Take from that oxymoron what you will, that's me in three brief paragraphs.
My studies will not end after my bachelors degree, but will continue on to one or two masters, all in English.
I plan on living in NYC for life, with short livings in other countries while I learn their languages. I aim to learn, within my teaching years, at least Spanish and Russian, in that order.
While I aim to be financially secure, acquiring wealth is not a primary goal of mine. That's about all I can reasonably say in this space.
I am, at once, a faith Christian and a spiritualist. My views on religion and faith don't usually mesh with the church view. I am, however, a strong supporter of separation of church and state - especially in social justice matters. This influences my philosophical thinking.
Other things I am good at, however, are working with people, learning, arguing, baking, cooking - especially seasoning, and academics.
About half of the books I read end up becoming my favorites. I generally have a lot of luck with books.
I'm also into short stories. To name a few, The Yellow Wallpaper, A Good Man Is Hard to Find and The Ones Who Walk Away from the Omelas.
My favorite bands and artists are Nightwish, Billy Talent, Yoko Kanno, t.A.T.u., Rammstein, A Perfect Circle, Machinae Supremacy, Maroon 5, Gorillaz, Abney Park and Gnarls Barkley. I also like some Hip-hop, Reggaetón and some Electronica, but not particular bands.
As for movies, I have way too many favorites. But my number one favorite, as of now, is The Fifth Element.
2) Daily structure
3) A plan
4) A computer