Well I think we all know that one of loves primary expressions is giving and not taking. That doesn’t mean we don’t receive. But there is a difference between taking and receiving. It’s all about intention. If the intention is to get something/someone just for myself it’s not love. When you receive gracefully and with gratitude then you are giving the other person the opportunity to give. That’s love!
I try to see the big picture and be imaginative and enjoy ideas.
I m also socially savvy, good at both talking and listening.
I m also highly compassionate care deeply about others.
I have an adventurous side; I enjoy new ideas and novel experiences and I want to share these with an enthusiastic partner.
I m a spiritual, life long connection to a "true love". But I don’t want someone who is emotionally dependent. I admire people who need a good deal of autonomy. Marriage is important to me ; but the social pledge of matrimony is far less sacred than the personal commitment I privately make to my beloved. So I express my love regularly - with hugs, thoughtful presents, romantic weekends or by creating other special times together.
I want a mate who is daring, playful and adventurous, yet one who will balance me - someone who is calm, decisive, strong-willed, focused and supportive of my enthusiastic, caring and imaginative spirit.
I dislike conflict. I seek "win-win" solutions. I m good at sharing power and ideas and good at the art of intimacy - building deep and exciting relationships with others. Nevertheless, I often enjoy solitude or intense interactions with just one individual or a few close friends. I particularly enjoy people who like to play with abstract theories and ideas, provide insights, search for symbolic meanings in life and relationships and have a broad interest in the world.