People say I'm helpful and interesting. Strangers talk to me because I make them laugh. Versed in science, math, meta sciences, spiritualism, psychology and health/nutrition.
Once wrote funny profiles, but then women feared I would not be serious. Fact: I do both well.
As a couple...
We make time for festivals, boating, snow skiing, travel.. but it's NOT an obsession. Locally, we people watch. Dogs are our ideal pets. We are curious souls who engage others that interest us. Our relationship is intense; we're a power couple.
Watching a rough TV drama, been known to sip on Brandy. I prefer Sushi over meat, wine over beer... prepares/cooks 'healthier style' meals... but you will never pry that chocolate bar away, even from my cold dead fingers. Very handy, repairs things, but hate TV sports, rather be out having fun. Loathe Florida heat, active in cooler months. I work out at LA Fitness three times a week.
My dream girl might possess these traits;
You are done with untrustworthy, self-absorbed men. You want a friend who knows you better than you know yourself.. who inspires you to act on your dreams and ambitions. You expect equal say in our decisions. You eventually share your deep (even dark) secrets...(to me it's candy!)
My point is that in some of my best relationships, their differences became fun because of who THEY were.
On the flip side, had they posted this on their forehead when I first met them.. would I have lost interest?
When it comes to faith and beliefs, what there?
Would I love a woman who is Jesus fanatic, when I am clearly not?
Yes, if she didn't hold it against me either.
Truth is, no one has been able to prove what happens after death and God isn't exactly opening speaking in public.
So for anyone reading.. I label myself as an agnostic.
Agnostics are not atheist and often believe in some form of God. Some agnostics were once Jewish or even born-again Christian at one time. Some agnostics have witnessed more bizarre miracles from a higher power than a tent full of the top Evangelists. Some agnostics follow better moral codes and ethics than the most devout religious people.
I am one of those people who does NOT let religion define who I am. I let God participate in defining who I am. It's a team project. It must be the reason I am privileged to witness what I see, the privilege to help so many others and the privileged life I have had to this day. If God truly exits, then God MUST be forgiving; God made us flawed and should support all creatures.. so that God may influence them to do what needs to be done on this planet... regardless of what they believe.
Right now, our planet is losing that fight. Religion is destroying nations and it's all senseless butchery in the name of God. I see the main three religions as the worst offenders.
And it comes down now to individuals. I align with no one religion or system of beliefs. I already have my compass, it has never failed me and I am following it loyally.