I figured out that religion is a simple instinct, not a truth, even when I was a boy.
I was born into the Mormon church, but I figured it all out to be the gobbledygook it is well before I reached my teenage years.
However, despite my open, clear, creative and some might same deviant mind, I am still glad I grew up with no alcohol and tobacco products in my home. I am glad I value my health.
I do not regret my childhood. But now I am faced with the challenge of finding an open minded, adventurous, passionate and creative partner in life who craves an extremely deviant fellow such as myself, yet... who also appreciates my lack of interest in drugs (including alcohol) and other negative social rituals, and someone who values their health as much as I do mine.
Interests and Hobbies:
Exploring in Japan (and other Asian countries)
Athletic endeavors of all types
Living a creative life
The Wind in the Willows
Hotaru no Haka - most powerful film I have ever seen. If you do not speak Japanese, I would still recommend watching it with Japanese audio and reading the English subtitles instead of listening to dubbed audio track.
Favorite activity after mormonism?
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