Do you believe in the wonder of life? Are you attracted to a simple, natural life, one in which we are closer to the source of things...where we spend more time engaged in interpersonal discovery? I am real and seek real people in return.
Passion, in all its forms, essentially aimed at consuming life and experience
Intelligence (I'm a full or at least borderline sapiosexual)
Kindness and compassion
Unbreakable (life tries, but it's always our choice to stand or fall)
While I'm open to making new friends, I am at a place in my life where I am ready to meet that one special woman. My version of happily ever after plays at the deepest level of intimacy and involves mutual recognition and appreciation. There must be no greater gift we can give one another.
Do you agree that we are all impossibly diverse creatures—light and dark, hard and soft, masculine and feminine, cerebral and physical? Do you want to revel in a space with the freedom and safety to allow each and every beautiful facet to shine like the freaking sun? Did I mention I tend to wax poetic? Ok, let's show the other side...
A word about this whole online dating thing. This from my closest friend, who palms his face at me and suggests I treat this whole affair as a "numbers game": It's the ballywick of women, insofar as women with both eyes and the ability to construct basic sentences (and this may be optional) receive mountains of contacts from scads of men. So, applicants are sorted and cast aside quickly and mercilessly for the minutest of reasons. After all, 100 more shiny objects await in the inbox! Tongue Out
Say it ain't so. Or, if you're awaiting your own happy ending, back off the delete key and let your damn hair down. What a joy it is to slowly unwrap another person, catching glimpses of their impossibly perfect lights along the way.
Lover, confidant, friend, dance partner, mental foil, running companion, compost shoveller...I'm not asking for too much, am I? Go ahead, do it. Send me a note. You know you want to. The world is small, and limits are not as limiting as they first appear.
E pili mau na pomaika'i ia 'oe