Passion for nature,
and for world-impact/greater purpose.
I work as a researcher in biotech.
I care a lot about:
-People..relationships matter above all else (including the one with myself)
-Nature! (& The environment)..I'm really crazy for nature immersion and do outdoors stuff whenever I can.
-Being intellectual stimulated:
Must feed the brain.
-Ambition - thought not necessarily for career success. (i.e. ambition to live life in a way that embraces my values, etc)
Other stuff: I'm social, love dancing, love art, love interesting things, also love being lazy
I am looking for a guy who knows how to celebrate life and who cares about the world around him; someone who has his priorities straight (eg friends/family come before work/success); loving the outdoors is a big plus. I also value genuine people who question the world around them.
Visiting friends and family
Also I can be very determined. Do you know the book "Mountains Beyond Mountains"? I like the title, because I believe in moving mountains and will do so if someone I love is in need.
On my shelf: Kingsolver, Murakami, Alexander McCall Smith, Dostoyevsky, some short story collections.
Food: I love vegetables and dark, dark chocolate (not together)
Music: Dylan, Cranberries, Bragg, Simon & Garfunkel, Nick Cave, some Israeli bands, good stuff I can dance to, percussion.
-things I want to do, i.e. backpacking, learn to surf, etc
-my family and people I care about
-lots of introspection too
I value honesty very highly. I'm good at taking care of people I care about and would love to find a man who also possesses this quality.
I don't care if you have a child, I love kids.
I don't care if you do or don't have a 6pack. I do admire the male physique..I just don't care if it's chiseled.
You want a 'real partnership' where each person's priority is the other person's happiness
You love nature
And you're generally awesome ;)
Oh and please be around my age......as my brother once said, the difference should be no more than 10% of the sum ( pretty clever, huh? It's just a rule of thumb but it's a pretty good one in my opinion)