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mishell
39 Kensington and Chelsea, London (Greater), United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 21 - 34
English ability: Fluent
Tom
70 Merton, London (Greater), United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 23 - 53
English ability: Fluent
I am looking for an exclusive (just one, just you) relationship that can develop naturally. I'm also looking for a truly great friend, definitely compatible and definitely wanting to go in the same direction in life. I travel a lot and so and I'm quite independant with few responsibilities. That means I can live almost anywhere (within financial restraints). I am lookimg for someone strong that is quite emotionally self-sufficient that has their own interests and life and is not needy; someone that realises that other people can't make you happy and that true happiness (and love) comes from inside you. But I do believe in an agreed exclusive relationship and enjoying life to the full...as friends and partners. This is me (at the present time): I travel and I explore - both outer and inner worlds - and I'm quite adventurous. I think life is both an adventure and a school that reminds us who we are. I'm also curious: understanding why things are the way they are and the deeper (as far as I can fathom) meaning is important to me. I'd like to be more simple and natural and in relation to that, the natural world - everything that surrounds us in nature - shows us sublime manifest beauty. It's a wonder! Nature is self-sufficient and economical and that's what I aim for. I'm not materialistic and the mad chase for more and more superficial 'things' is crazy. Though I do realise that there are certain things that are needed...but a lot less than we think. But that's easy for me to say because I've never been hungry! I'm not religious though I think it's important that people have the freedom to explore life for themselves and make their own mistakes - that's how we learn I think. I understand that it is important to be open mindedly sceptical and to embrace uncertainty - because a lot of what we're told by others (parents, teachers, spiritual advisers etc is just rubbish...lol). Lastly, I'm a happy, relatively relaxed person who loves to laugh a lot. I find the world and life endlessly amusing and almost a big joke except for the fact that many people turn it into a tragedy. Good luck!

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