To save you time reading the rest, if I can find everything about you in a non-Jewish woman, I would be looking on Match.com.
By saying that I'm mean that being Jewish means being somone different. Deserving something good by being Jewish, and in a Jewish marriage, means making a sacrifice. That sacrifice is your degree of acculturation to the non-Jewish society you live in. If you are looking for a Jewish husband, you are not just looking for a Friday night dinner, are you?
And this is where your answer in My Ideal Match Religion comes in. If you said nothing, you just don't care what motivates me on the inside. Not a good start, is it? Most people don't realise this, but here is NO Jewish religion. Not in the common sense of the word since in Latin it means to return, i.e. Baal Teshuva. What we do have is lots of culture and law. You don't need a degree in either to be Jewish, but you do need to learn or remain a wearer of a vague label. Lastly, you should know that like a good Jew I don't 'believe' in God. There is a conversation starter :-)
When not otherwise engaged, continuously learning something, usually Talmud or related to it, but also other subjects more relevant to my project/s I also like to study history. I am intensely mystical though this is not the right word to describe me in general, I'm a typical Gemini, and for the MBTI-minded, I'm and E/INTP who would like to be more J, or a j
I'm serious, but not without a sense of humour. I try to understand...everyth ing.
It seems to me the personality assessment used here (Colour compatibility) describes me fairly well
I am not antisocial, but I do prefer the home life and the setting of intimacy rather than the crowded public space
On the other hand am looking forward to participating more in my community, and the Jewish community in general
(I go though periods of gaining and loosing weight, currently entering the later, so in about 6 months will be at about 85-90 kgs)
If you want to know more about me just ask, I'm fairly open as a person.