Hi My name is Stalin. I'm 37 years old, and I am down to earth. I believe in contributing to make the world a better place and in community building. I love international music and food. I think this city's cultural diversity is such a tremendous asset. I'm goofy and real somewhat indifferent towards other people's judgment. I'm here to connect romantically or in a platonic way with a genuine person.
I do not have a laundry list of an Ideal partner. I do think that kindness is the paramount virtue. That exceptional ability and willingness to give of one's self. Therefore by the divine principle of equity one can not demand of others what one is not ready and willing to give. I do think that qualities or virtues work; they flow nicely while flaws and character defects crash and blow up.
I am searching for someone in my corner. I admire the families and couples that stick together through adversity, because uncertainty in this world is about the only reliable entity. I'm about team work; I do not believe in keeping score as in who does more or less for the relationship. In true love, the line between giving and receiving is blurry.
Friendship may lead to romantic relationships. Dating in general is difficult and to complicate things further there is this not so mysterious and quintessential little rascal called chemistry.
I am close to my family and would love to find someone that also prioritizes family, I am able to identify and appreciate emotional maturity. I'd like to think of my self as being relatively mature.
Other than that I guess I should add some more about me. I live a life full of friends and family. I love cycling. In my view, cycling can be a way to bring about a new era of green, renewable power. Cycling can also contribute mightily to rebuild a sense of community lacking in today's world. The bicycle enables people to get to places with out polluting albeit slow. Bicycling, also allows people to see, smell, and experience their communities. It's time to turn to our noblest invention, let's pedal our way into healthier hearths and a greener planet. My profession is challenging. However, I meet urgent needs.
I am a handy man by choice there is no better way to learn than by doing.
However, the most valuable learning happens internally since the most fundamental questions about life have no definite answers.
I've survived the pressure to develop a well rounded small business skill set; to survive wall street's sacking of the economy. I've even learned to cook.
Fortunately, this work has it has perks, I can take off, close shop early and ride to the nearest shore line and indulge in at least an hour of riding it is astounding to see the sun set and feel the breeze clear up my soul.
In my opinion, people will never ride their bicycles to work on a regular basis unless the infrastructure is there; the roads the bicycle shops, efficient and affordable public transportation. The line of bicycles that go beyond the recreational such as the delivery bicycle, work bicycle, the group commuter bicycle. I think I would be a terrific way for coworkers to build team unity by cooperating to get to the work place. I've never seen a cyclist going through a road rage episode.
I have a tiny bicycle shop. I try to make a contribution by persuading my costumers to use a bicycle as much as possible. I also try to persuade them to avoid driving when it is a reasonable albeit Inconvenient choice. I am aware that I'm no more than a speck in an infinite universe ruled by motorized vehicles. Nevertheless, every year there is less driving and more bicycling.
As a matter, of disclosure I am a US reserve soldier. I have been over seas twice. My first tour was in Iraq in 04 and and my second tour was in Kuwait in 2010. I have mixed opinions/emotions about my involvement with the military yet some one had to fund my well intentioned environmental projects, what better donor than dear uncle Sam.