that I am a nuclear power plant kind of guy. You're going to look at me, and you're going to think to yourself, there's no way on earth this guy hangs out with the Homer Simpsons of the world. I believe that you are defined not by what you do for a living but how you live your life.
I've spent most of my young adult life traveling. I've been to 35 different countries, and my passion is immersing myself in culture.
Every day I'm drawn into the world around me. It could be a simple thing, like a walk home on a pleasant evening, and being able to exchange conversation with total strangers, and sometimes I think, how have we not met yet?...
Traveling the world, I like to spend hours a day just talking to people and soaking up the culture around me.
When I travel, I always try to spend my time wading into real life in a place. I like to live in a culture because when you do, you not only absorb the culture, but it absorbs you too, and it becomes part of your soul.
I spent several years in Japan and Korea, embraced by the most wonderful friends who I met in the most amazing strokes of good fortune, and they showed me the ins and outs of the places. I came away with a great passion for the Japanese language, and since then my list of passions has just kept growing... I truly believe that you're put on this earth to live a life of passion and live a life of doing what you love.
So I'm not always going to be Homer Simpson in the nuclear power plant.
What am I looking for?
Everybody seems to list what they're looking for. Being somebody who's seen quite a bit of the world and who spends so much of life in the present moment, I'm looking for somebody who loves life. You see the best in every situation and in people. You're open to the world, and you're curious, almost like a child. You find the little things in life totally hilarious. People are drawn to you by who you are. You're very secure in everything about you, and even your insecurities you've embraced, and you own. Everything about you is your own. You march to your own drum, and you don't follow the masses.
Online is really just reading somebody's profile, checking out their picture, and seeing if there's a certain feeling you get that resonates with you. We'll never know if this feeling is real or if there really is chemistry until we actually meet up.
Cup of tea, some good music, and some
great conversations. Are you ready?