I've been a bit sheltered as a child but have always been adventurous and curious about how things work and interesting facts about creatures. I love watching history channel about the solar system, gravity, dark matter, black holes. I find Einstein's theory of Relativity to be utterly interesting to say the least. I tend to be initially quiet, but as I get to know and feel comfortable around a person, I can be random and witty. I listen to mostly alternative rock and hip-hop but I've come to appreciate all types of music including country music. (which I used to hate) I believe in spirituality more than organized religion due to its cult-like harm on society since most of the major wars in history are over religion. I do like the concept of zen (meditation and discipline to lead to enlightenment) while keeping in mind that it does stem from Buddism, it is not an organized religion, it claims that you shouldn't have to perform specific religious rituals to achieve enlightenment. I try to be a better person as each day passes, what seems to stick from growing up Catholic is to love your neighbor, treat them how you would want to be treated. Its apparent to me that all religions have one thing in common, to love yourself and others. I have no clue to where I am going in life, as no one really does, they just think cuz they have a plan nothing could intervene. My interests are things that I don't consider trivial, the difference between an intelligent person and a wise person is the quantities of information and the quality of information.
There is something about being in nature and having the sky's starlight give a glow around everything you see. I wouldn't want to go camping on a first date cuz the sleeping arrangements would be quite awkward. So more like a hiking trip around dusk to view the scenery as night falls while getting to know about the person, like if you have siblings, the type of relationship you have with your mom and dad, what relaxes you, what are the things you mostly think about? And after working up a hunger, we'd have a picnic of the types of food that you like (I'd ask before hand of course) and I would ask questions that I don't know the answer to like how they figured out to build a plane, and create a hypothesis of how they did, which can be either silly or serious. And ask you what you thought to commence a long and memorable discussion thats followed with laughter and appreciation for another's company. Hopefully this leads to conversations about anything and everything for a few hours. And before it gets too late, we'd leave and hug goodbye.