What I'm looking for:
I looking for someone who is a friend first. It's important to base your relationships around respect. In general I seek authenticity and try my best to live authentically. I want to spend my spare time with someone who inspires me.
~ I'm eating more veggies and less grains. (I prepare my own food as much as possible)
~ I like to look for dress shirts in thrift shops.
~ I focus on maintaining energy levels and sleep
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMMlslXPVPU <-I'm visible at around 1:20.
I'm not at all interested in starting a series of disjointed relationships so from the outset, I'd like to meet someone I would admire. I do read profiles to assess where someone's values lie.
Ie, evaluate match%, enemy%, then decide if number of questions answered are a representative sample and so on.
"“Love means that you accept a person with all its failures, stupidities, ugly points… And nonetheless the other person is absolute for you, everything that makes life worth living, but… you see perfection in imperfection itself, and that’s how we should learn to love the world.” Zizek
Staying current with things that I value while looking for new avenues for growth.
This summer I've taken to mountain biking in a serious way. (Disclaimer; I'm pretty much invest all of my time into my interest and then find pockets of free time.) .
Movies: Anything by Stanley Kubrick or Ridley Scott. I'd say that I prefer mostly drama or documentary movies (social justice/social equality). (I refuse to watch action movies)
Music: Joy Orbison, Robert Henke, Daughter, Bjork. Luke Vibert, Underworld. Go GO Penguin. .
How a good stretching routine prevents injury. Pre-hab is rehab.
-Pro tip: people venture from far away places to enjoy our mountains
and forests. Recent discovery: BC is to Mountainbiking as Hawaii is to Surfing. This basically means I have en entire province to explore.
Most often I'm resting or cooking.
Stretching and working on core while listening to music.
~I imagine that I do interesting things day to day but to be honest I have a hard time deciding if I'm boring or interesting. (Trying something new entails getting a different type of bike).
~ I love sport but find sports fans boring.
~ I consider myself a risk-averse intensity junkie.
~ I want a dog and a cat or two dogs or two cats. It seems that i need to settle down to make this happen.
~You have good book suggestions.
~Are a native speaker of anything other than English. (I want to learn a bit more)
~ You feel like riding a bike would be fun.