I was born and grew up in Tbilisi, Georgia. Come from a multiethnic family background, which gives me an opportunity to see life situations and maybe the world itself from a few different perspectives at once – I can relate to Sarah Jones in this respect. Earlier in my life this sometimes felt confusing and frustrating, but lately I’ve grown to be grateful for this inner parliament. I am focused, mostly present and together, and take joy and assertiveness against bitterness or anger any day. But being through a mixed childhood, I occasionally go sad and quiet, and might need either an alone time or a sympathetic ear. I hope to meet someone who wouldn’t mind that. My background is classical music. I’m in different industry right now and planning to mix the two in the future. I’ve traveled a bit, and lived for years in different countries. I have no requirements for nor expectations from the woman I’m hoping to meet, except perhaps for one – a compassion.
I usually begin pedestrian, to see what kind of run it's going to be. The marathon is fun as you can accelerate and slow down according to the circumstances and the people you are running with. But I was a decent sprinter at school, and it's a real kick when you are next to someone who keeps up with you and even pushes you, squeezing the best out of you. I haven't experienced this feeling for a while. Would be nice to find it in someone's eyes.
Films: Beautiful girls, Night and the City, early Alexander Payne movies and all of Jason Reitman's. Love cinematography in The Legend about Thyl.
Music: Chopin, Zaz
Food: prepared from fresh ingredients
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