The one thing I am passionate about...
Finding the right woman for me and creating a life that I've always longed for. Second, upon finding that, then helping others to work out their life difficulties and improving the quality of others lives. First I must improve mine before I'm of real benefit to any one else. Finding her will reinforce the value I know is there, but am not currently experiancing.
I typically spend my leisure time
It seems to always be changing by what ever the latest event or purchase in my life has been. For instance. I bought a mountain bike this last fall. So when I can round up one or two of my friends who also have bikes? I will go for a ride when the weather permits, though quite often. It's just me by myself out riding.
The most influential person in my life has been
Shallow am I not!, but,... I am looking for the one that will knock me back with her beauti. I definately want us to have some strong chemistry. Then after the initial shallow, surface level, superficials. Her inner beauti to shine out through personality, wit, and general character. Then begins the long and enjoyable process of a life of bonding. Growing to appreciate one another on a continual incline.
The first thing people notice about me
Usually through talking, my intellect. I'm told quite often that I'm a phylosopher. To which, I'm very much not. Just gifted/cursed, depending on your outlook!?... I see things most people just don't care to. It has been most of my life more of a curse than a blessing.
The last book I read and enjoyed
I'm dyslexic. So I have never enjoyed reading, though I always liked being read to as a kid. I will sometimes get books on tape and listen, though I must admit. Unless it's an extremely rewarding topic or material? I will not usually spend the energy to struggle through any literature, if there is not an internal or external value in doing so. To learn more about myself or someone I love. I have never understood (being reading impaired) the term "pleasure reading"... My last 'book'/tape, that I read/listened too. Was one by Dr. Phil, "Self Matters".
The three things which I am most thankful for
- The opportunities for emotional, spiritual, psychological growth.
- My gifts and abilities, both natural and aquired, in relational matters.
- My health and ability to function fully, that I tend to take for granted.
The one thing I wish MORE people would notice about me
Is my heart. I understand why people don't. The world we live in is not always nice or accepting of peoples uniqueness or skills. Humans by nature can be pretty ugly at times. We all are at times, but I wish more people could be a little more assumptive in that not everyones intentions are selfish or intended to hurt or sting others. I've had to learn to tone down my humor imensely. Allow people more time to get to know me, then I can cut up and rag on others with out them getting their feelings injured.
Friends Describe me as
Genuine, Intelligent, Loyal, Thoughtful
A little more about me
I don't feel comfortable in explaining myself and my various characteristics. Not all of the good things about myself anyways. That always seems/feels pompous and bragadotious to me. I have many great qualities, but you will learn that as you get to know me.