Battle Creek, michigan vegetarians, vegans and raw foodist events and singles dating
is a 33 year old, Catholic female.
Living in Battle Creek, michigan
I am a athletic, educated, passionate person. I am huge into animals rights. I also love to read and write:) I have three dogs: two Great Danes and one Golden/Chow mix. Anything else, you need to ask.
is a 38 year old, other / not disclosed male.
Living in battle creek, michigan
Almost veg diet.
out of town at present. plans changed. would appreciate if profile could be deleted for now.
is a 27 year old, Agnostic / not religious male.
Living in Battle Creek, michigan
If you follow an Abrahamic Religion and hold its text in a dogmatic literal view I am not the guy for you. If you are a vegetarian who wants to champion the cause against meat-eaters I am not either. The meat vs. nonmeat debate is not so black/white.
I was raised a literal interpretation Bible Christian from birth till 19 and then became a Buddhist/Taoist. I practiced martial arts very obsessively partly from enjoying it, and partly from supernatural beliefs. I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis and am now taking about 1 more year before deciding a career path. I am thinking of a Master's in ABA specializing in autism, a bachelor's in another science field, or going back to get a teaching certificate. I love studying science and need to improve my math though.
I am reading different books on Critical Thinking to be better at analyzing peoples’ truth claims, deconstructing arguments into premises and conclusions, and then finding observable knowledge to refute or support the claim. I recently became agnostic after I realized wanting to believe in some absolute truth was actually depressing. I feel that knoweldge should be approached from what can be observed, documented, and repeated with little bias. I do not claim that we can know what appears to be mythylogical records in early human history is all untrue though. However, I will remain a skeptic of the soul, afterlife, and supernatural abilities until it could be observed directly apart from people's confirmation bias. Lots of Eastern Herbology is legit though and I take several kinds. The one exception I hold to this mentality is brimstone style hell concepts, that is just a fuc..d up mental torture device. I feel religions were useful when our species was more childlike, a time and place before science and logic rules. But it is time as a species to put away childish things.
As far as movies and books I mostly like comedies, science fiction, and fantasy. History is always changing the more we try to uncover. Unraveling the mystery of history is better to me than any mystery, spy, or romance movie could hope to be unless it's based on history. Sometimes truth is better than fiction. History should be more important to us since it instills a type of emotional connection with those who came before and protecting history from those who distort it for their dogmatic views is important.
I also enjoy the advancements we have made, but I prefer to spend less time enjoying them than I do increasing my knowledge that can be observed, documented, and then used as a basis for thinking of new ideas and how to test them. I like going to movies, bowling, music-even some Taylor Swift-, and walking. Don’t judge me cause I like Taylor!! I dislike most rap.
I would also be loyal while with someone since logic shows strong support for it. STIs will always be around. Also, trying to get some on the side is a just plain waste of time. I have a hypothesis that enjoying sex but not being obsessed with it is the greatest way human intellect and curiosity is opened. Honestly, trying to devise ways to get it every day is a terrible waste of our intelligence that our species struggled and selected itself toward. It is safe to say that I don't plan on having a church wedding someday. I would just want a big get-together at some country club and the fun typical wedding sound, vows, and rings absent of a pastor. I like the tradition of couples getting rings after awhile. Finding someone to rely upon and provide the same support to during life that shares similar views is important I think.
I drink alcohol very infrequently since more than a few a day is bad for the brain, and it is often only when others want to. I hate beers and refuse to drink them. I need to exercise more and quit processed food for good to protect my ability to continue learning into old age.
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