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I am looking for a warm, loving woman.
|I am a||Man|
|Want children||I will tell you later|
|I look for a||woman, 40-55 y.o. any ethnicity for friendship, relationship, romance|
More about me:
"A woman's highest calling is to lead a man to his soul, so as to unite him with Source.
Her lowest calling is to seduce, separating man from his soul and leave him aimlessly wandering.
A man's highest calling is to protect woman, so she is free to walk the earth unharmed.
Man's lowest calling is to ambush and force his way into the life of a woman.
- Cherokee Proverb —
First, let me say this is my first time trying a dating service so I will try to update my profile as I go along.
I love being outdoors & traveling to warm & exotic places. I lived in Mexico for a while & speak enough spanish to both live & work there.
My current goal is to find a partner in life who is both independent & romantic...I would eventually like to spend 6 months in a warm climate & 6 months on the Island.
I am an honest & loyal friend who expects the same in return. I am intelligent, adventuresome & believe life is a learning experience both spiritually & intellectually.
I love deeply & want to find a woman I can spend my life with.
Listening to music is more than just important to me, it is a passion. I love all good music except Rap & hip hop...In my younger days I was a club DJ & have never lost my love of mixing music.
Messaging & chating is ok, at first; However, nothing takes the place of a telephone coversation before any meeting. If you would prefer a long, typed interaction then please just pass me by. The power of the spoken word should never be taken for granted; Anyway, that's my two cents.