INFJ, if you're into that sort of thing. Boiled down: I think the Dalai Lama was right when he said that happiness is not ready-made but that it comes from our own actions.
I used to be quite shy, but after working on it for a decade, I now love meeting new people and learning about their lives and perspectives on things.
I'm very serious about my work, but I am also incredibly silly [thanks to my dad, who is always making up silly songs, and to watching hours of Bugs Bunny in my formative years].
As for the non-answered particulars below: I hate going to gyms but I love doing things to get exercise (e.g., skateboarding, exploring/walking, and I really want to take dance classes). I used to have a phobia of dogs, but at age 19, I thought it silly, so I dog-sat until I was no longer afraid. I love those little French bulldogs and any dog with a smooshed face. Political views are a bit harder to describe--I consider myself libertarian, which for practicality's sake equates to voting Democrat. [You can ask me what I mean in person!] And regarding children, I absolutely love them and helped raise two of my cousin's; however, I only want to bring children into the picture if the right partner also wants children and because we have so much love in abundance. [Cheesy, I know.]
I've had a couple long-term relationships, and I remain friends with both of them. For some people, I think it's difficult, but I know exactly what I am looking for in a partner: fundamentally kind (not just nice), similar orientation towards what a partnership is and how it should work, same goals for life and love, and some ineffable connection--you know it when you have it.