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[24; male; NE Ohio] Seeking Partnership for Collaborative Pursuit of Shared Goals

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Hi all,

I'm looking to meet new people who either live in Northeast Ohio, are trying to move to New Hampshire, or both. I currently live on the east side of Cleveland and am trying to get a group of people together to either purchase in bulk and subdivide a piece of raw land in New Hampshire or to form a nomadic squatting community somewhere in Northern Appalachia.

As a longer term goal, I'm hoping to find a partner with whom to develop not only friendship and edible ecosystems, but also a high level of emotional intimacy, communicative proficiency, and potentially offspring (if we successfully establish an acceptable level of economic productivity and stability to raise children in).

In case this information is relevant to anyone who finds this post, I'll share some methods I've found of depicting an approximation of my personality.
For those who are familiar with the Myers Briggs Typology Index, my personality type according to that seems to be between INTP and INFP (my thinking and feeling seem to alternate as being the dominant trait).
In the context of the Enneagram I would probably be described as a 5w4.
My sun sign is Sagittarius and moon is Gemini.
Here I'll give a brief explanation in other words. I am primarily introverted, though in many ways I am also quite forthcoming, mostly in one on one interactions or situations which feel private or secure. Perception and intuition are the main ways that I take in information about the world, though my intuition seems to be hindered by fear and shame, especially in the context of social interaction. My value system is very important to me and I'm very particular, also a bit stubborn, about how my actions relate to my values. Highly creative person; I am a musician, artist, and sometimes a writer. The people around me have told me that my creative output is of notable quality. I just like making it, for the most part. I'm really interested in rewilding and I try to give myself as much opportunity as I can to be a great ape. I have a tendency to use words in a somewhat tangential way, because there's a potentially infinite amount of things to be said and it's hard to know which way to turn out of all the directions. I guess I will leave the rest of who I am up to be discovered by anyone who may be interested in interacting with me. I'm pretty strange but there's quite a bit to offer somewhere in here..

This is what I look like these days

Let me know if there's any particularly relevant information that I've left out or if you would like to exchange meaning chunks with me one on one or something.

I hope you find much good fortune in your endeavors, reader
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Location: Sydney Australia
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Hello Alex,

How are you there? I'm from Australia, I know I'm quite far but I'm interested of knowing more about you. I believe we will have topics to share with each other. I love music and arts. Also I would love to know about you and your personality.
Alex Michaud
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Andrea Riley wrote:Hello Alex

Greetings Andrea,
I am doing as okay as I can be here I think, though having a rough time being in the city. I would be glad to talk with you, though I may not have a ton to say online anymore (these days I find myself overwhelmed by the drive to do things with my body, move and create things, which is why I really want to find people I can spend time with in person). I suppose I left out an important sphere of interest that I have which is philosophy. but then... I think it's hard to find some thing that isn't interesting in some way or another.
Would you like to continue to communicate here? Or, private messages? whatever works.
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