I'm a Christian. My faith is important to me. I try to live it out as much as I can. There is no Jesus fish on my car, but there might be a hobo sleeping on my sofa.
I am not a political person. I realized a while ago that the commandment to love my neighbor was simple, direct and of upmost importance. Politics these days seem to dwell on friction. It is easier for me to focus on what is truly important when I tune out of politics.
I like to have an informed perspective and to think about things as deeply and accurately as I am able to. Knowledge is important to me, it makes other aspects of life richer, it is also portable and entertaining.
I answered all those OkCupid questions for a minute. I think they are valuable, but I don't know that anything in life is so easily distilled into a multiple choice question.
I fix bikes, guitars and other things.
I've been into painting scenes of space and interesting landscapes.
I have a house, a cat, a couple of aquariums.
I've been trying to go without my car. I miss driving though, so I'll probably break down and start driving again soon.
I'm self employed. I'm gaining stability, trying to make up for lost time. I had a difficult stretch of frustrating circumstances, I'm beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel. I've learned a lot along the way.
I like a lot of music. I don't follow anything too closely. Theillalogicalspoon.
I love jamming. I don't care who with.
I love good food, I can eat adventurously, I love foreign food. I love home cooked food. Cooking is not my greatest strength, but appreciate it all the more when others are good at it.
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I think I'm a pretty safe guy to message. I might look a little stern, but I think most people I know would say I'm a nice guy.
I'm open to different "types". I think that chemistry between people doesn't always have to seem predictable to actually come about. We learn things from each other and share interests as time goes on. We are already likely to be interested in different things. Having a functional relationship is more important than listening to the same music and whether or not we both like sports.