The one thing I am passionate about...
To be completely honest, I try to stay passionate about all that I do. I am passionate about school and my success there and as a direct result the majority of my time is devoted to it. However, I am also a lover of life, of laughter, of time spent with friends. I suppose that, for me, if I am not passionate about whatever it is that I might be doing, then maybe I shouldnt be doing it.
I typically spend my leisure time
These days leisure time is at a premium, so I attempt to make the most by simply scheduling some time to talk with a friend while walking a random trail, or maybe a trip to the movies. I like going out and seeing people and places. Or, if I'm in the mood to stay home I might study some subject which is loosly related to my school studies, play some video games, or even play some guitar.
The most influential person in my life has been
Honesty. To me no quality is more important than being honest with yourself and those around you. I feel that honesty is the basis of respect and meaningful relationships, whether they be romantic or otherwise.
The first thing people notice about me
Definitely the quick wit.
The last book I read and enjoyed
It has been an unfortunate long time since I've read anything that wasn't a text book. The Fountainhead comes to mind as a favorite, but I cannot guarantee that it was the last book that I read and enjoyed. I think I liked it because I felt an odd sort of kinship with Ayn Rand's Ideal man Roark. I liked the idea that nothing could break his determination, that he lived his life purely by the principle he lay before himself.
The three things which I am most thankful for
- The opportunity to go to finally go to college
- The support of my friends and family
- My personal drive and ambition
The one thing I wish MORE people would notice about me
That I will one day make an incredible father.
Friends Describe me as
Good listener, Hard Working, Intelligent, Passionate
A little more about me
I need someone who is supportive of my current endeavors in college. It takes alot of time for me to sustain the standards I have set for myself, but I am completely confident that when I graduate, in roughly two years, a large time investment now will result in more flexibility in the future.