Tall Dark and Handsome
824 days ago
824 days ago
824 days ago
Body Type: Thin, Slim, Average
Appearance: Casual, Stylish, Average Trendy
Sexual Orientation: Straight
I hate this section , maybe because I'm a Scorpio, or maybe theres just too much about me that can be told I
always say its better to see than to hear its better to feel than to touch and no book should be judge by its cover or by its length. Only those close to me have seen a glimpse of who is me. and to get close is a very trialling test but worth the journey should you choose it, the reset well lets leave it a mystery shall we ..... ;-)
The best thing is not to hate anyone, only to love. That is the only way out of it. As soon as you have forgiven those whom you hate, you have gotten rid of them. Then you have no reason to hate them; you just forget.
No two relationships are the same each is dynamic and unique . The way you interact, how you interact, and your feelings for one another all depend on you and the other person.
Relationships take time. I do expect us to get on like a house on fire (though that does occasionally happen).
I enter any relationship (love, family, friend) with an open mind. Remember these people that you interact with are different from you, so they will have different habits, abilities, traits, etc. We would not have to forgive people if we didn't judge them in the first place.
Communication is vital to a successful relationship. Suppressed emotions can fester and you may eventually find yourself shouting at people (not good for building up relationships).
It takes about five positive experiences to erase one negative one. ( To err is human, to forgive divine.)
Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.
To feel love in a single touch
and a life time in an hour
see a infinite universe
in a finite space
just remember our first kiss
and see the time unfold
like a flower
Copyright ©2005 Me
p.s Smile its a wonderful day ?
What I'm Looking For
Here are some adjectives describing what I look for in others: energetic, aware, enigmatic, intelligent, passionate, witty, observant, inquisitive, engaging, focused, loyal, creative, empathetic, honest, active, socially-conscious, open-minded, cerebral, intense, surprising, compassionate, introspective, complicated, multifaceted, adventurous, spontaneous, unconventional, adaptive, and independent. Still...it's funny: despite an extensive idea of what I seek (please see the glaringly obnoxious example above), sometimes a person will have a certain intangible appeal one cannot describe using words. While I believe similarities are important, there should be enough differences to keep things interesting. I seek someone I can learn from, who also learns from me--someone I love learning; someone who fascinates me; someone who takes care of me and lets me take care of them, but this someone should also be capable of taking care of themselves; someone I am physically attracted to and have amazing chemistry with, who is also my very best friend; someone who makes an effort to understand me--that is, I want someone who loves my random idiosyncrasies and eccentricities (oh, and there are many); someone who recognizes beauty in simple things, yet strives for incredible experiences. (How was that for a Virginia Woolf type sentence rife with semicolons?) In short, I want someone who is full of life... There are about 650,000 hours of life, actually--yep, that is just one example of the useless knowledge that I have--and I plan to make the most of each and every fleeting moment.