Name five of the most beautiful things about yourself, things that you also seek out and appreciate mirrored in others.
I'm not feeling very beautil at the moment, so I will just put the aspects of myself that I try to stress and improve apon.
Kindness: Compation, mercy, and charity.
Inteligence/Wisdom: What you person knows, their reasoning ability, and the willingness to learn new things.
Creativity: Creative self expression.
Active: Not just wanting to sit on the couch watching TV.
Adventurous: A willingness and desire to go do new things and explore.
Tell me what the hardest thing you've experienced so far in 2003 taught you.
It's a tough one. I lost my job. I lost my home. And I lost the woman I love. I would have to say it breaking up with Heather was and still is extremely hard.
If you could release yourself from one major hangup for the rest of your life (in exchange for a new major hangup, of course, cuz that's life), what would it be, and why? What do you think that hangup is rooted in?
I tend to base my self worth on what I think others think of me. Why? I was the geeky, scrawny, outcast kid growing up. With no friends, and dailly getting beat up. Once I got to college, I started meeting people and hanging out with people. The attention and feeling like I belong was/is like a drug. I feel happy amoung friends and when I feel loved. And when I am not loved or amoung friends, I tend to feel there must be something wrong with me and get depressed.
What makes you feel the most sacred? How do you make yourself feel like the God(dess) you are?
When I make others happy. I feel good. I suppose it could be close to feeling sacred.
Do you have a "The List"? If you do, post it where I can see it. If not, answer explaining why not. If not, I additionally challenge you to start working on one over the course of the next week, and post it next Thursday. (I don't mean the "fuckable qualities" List, I mean the "stuff I want, need, desire, and sprinkles on top" from a Good Relationship List.)
Not really. As long as they cover most of the five things listed above. On, and a beautiful smile. That's a big one. Some people guys talk about boobs or, ass, or figure. You spend 5%-10% of the time looking at the body. But you spend 90%-95% looking at the face, and that is how I usually base a visial evaluation on. So, a smile that lights the room, and causes their eye to twinkle ranks as the most important physical trait, usually. But mental aspects usually rate higher than physical aspects. I find my view of a persons personality greatly colors my view of them physically. A "hottie" with a shitty attitude will often look ugly, and someone ofa less conventional beauty will appear amazing if they have a great attitude.