Looking for an acroyoga partner.
I'm just another human trying to figure out how to make the most of life. If you're into Myers-Briggs, I'm somewhere between an INTP and an INFP. I skew toward the feeling one, but that's just because the test questions treat logic and emotion as mutually exclusive. They aren't.
A quote I like:
“If the world were merely seductive, that would be easy. If it were merely challenging, that would be no problem. But I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve the world and a desire to enjoy the world. This makes it hard to plan the day.”
― E.B. White
On to some random facts:
My name is a sentence, and I try to make it true when I can. (What could that mean? I'm so mysterious.) I like to sing and play music, though not necessarily well. I play guitar in a just-for-fun band. We do a mean the fox. I like to run barefoot. You should try it. It's amazing.
It's hard to say exactly what I'm looking for in a partner. I've liked different types. That being said, here are a few things I usually find attractive in a lady.
1) Independence. I'm all for spending a lot of time with the person I'm dating, but I don't want to feel like you'll have a meltdown if my phone dies. Hopefully you have your own aspirations too. You should have your own opinions. If we can take different sides of an argument and have an exchange, I find that extremely attractive. (As long as you're not just being irrationally stubborn, this ties into the next one.)
2) Intelligence. It's hard to define this since there are so many types of intelligence and most people think they are smart. I just want someone who enjoys thinking. The ability to entertain an idea without necessarily accepting it is nice.
3) Passion. Hopefully there is something you really, really, enjoy or care about. It can be anything. I just like to see fire in someone's eyes.
Right now, I make math and science content for a nonprofit education website. I get to play around with math and science while helping to address a major social and economic human problem. It's really my dream job.
Part of me wants to become a super influential person who helps affect the course of human history, and another part of me wants to forsake all my possessions and just wander off into the wilderness. Neither is very likely, but hopefully I can find some happy medium that satisfies both of those parts of myself.
Forgetting to bring shoes
Stuff to learn