Hello. I am Seth Michael Goodwin. I live in Spring Hill, Kansas. I was born 4/9/1996, year of the rat and thank the Lord everyday that I am a rat, lol. I am one of the most compassionate people you could ever meet. I try to do the moralistic, virtuous, or wise thing in every thing that I do. I am very philisophical. I philosiphize the frack out of anything and everything. I'm Catholic. I have ADHD and OCD at the same time, lol (along with multiple other negative conditions). It makes me stress about ridiculous things and be fricken lazy, simultaneoulsy, lol. I love to do the basic things, such as watching TV and movies and playing video games. Mostly, all of my hobbies and things that I absolutely love relate to Japanese culture in, at least, one way. I love to read manga, watch anime, play Go (I also moderately know how to play shogi, which is fun), and I really enjoy practicing my Samurai martial arts. I go to JJSS: Jinmukan Japanese Sword School, part of Jinmukai International. I love training to be a Samurai (which I almost am) and I feel really proud of what I do, playing Go and keeping bushido alive in the modern world. I absolutely love it. My absolute, most important goal/dream is to be a missionary to restore Japan to being a Christian nation and converting the world. I want to be a saint that everyone just stops to acknowledge my prescence and immediately reforms themselves. I want the saviour. I know that I won't do this. I would just to be a saint of some sorts and be the guy that everyone remembers as the one who changed the way things went and saved us from destructive patterns. I could never quit being jealous of Jesus, lol. Anyways, I love to make really strong friendships and have extremely stimulating conversations. If you would like to talk to me, please pm me or text me on my phone. 816-806-0828. I would love to meet you.
You are not here merely to make a living. You are here in order to enable the world to live more amply, with greater vision, with a finer spirit of hope and achievement. You are here to enrich the world, and you impoverish yourself if you forget the errand.
-Thomas Woodrow Wilson.