I am who others pretend to be. Honest, noble, convicted, empowered, romantic, passionate about what I believe, sense of humor, family oriented, fit, kind to those who can do absolutely nothing for me, professional, proud about the right things for the right reasons, patient, I adore strong women, no desire to change someone yet no desire to be changed, flexible enough to bend strong enough not to break (bamboo), insightful, reflections of the past, I anticipate the future, passionate about the moment I'm in, adventurous, and I revere the women in my life that have been responsible for the man I am.
The lady I would like to meet is secure in her femininity, and comfortable enough with the woman she is to workout (health maintenance). She should be strong willed (not 'over-bearing'), inspired, and compassionate (the value of giving of your time). She should be the type of lady that can make more money than her man (successful woman are very attractive) and not use it as a weapon against him (no weapon formed against me shall prosper). She should have standards for her potential man (nobody wants somebody everybody else doesn't want), but she herself should have standards as high or higher of herself (to whom much is given, much is required).
I would like to meet someone with many of the traits I mentioned in this essay; however, there needs to be enough differences to keep it interesting. If we both agree on everything all the time, then one of us isn't necessary (a little friction generates the best 'heat'). I would like to meet a lady with the strength to tell me what I need to hear (I require her consultation), but the belief in her man to support him if he stumbles (need her support to help keep me strong). To paraphrase a song I heard earlier today "I'm good all by myself, but am a force when we're together".
There is nothing about me that would give one the impression that I have lived as long as I have (a blessing). Not my appearance, not my demeanor, not my attitude. I'm not sure how a 50 year-old is suppose to behave, or look (no wrinkles or gray); but what I do know is that I can do at 50 (physically) what I did at 25 . I will admit that much of what I did at 25 is no longer of interest to me at 50 (but by experiences not age comes wisdom), but I believe that a sound body is a prerequisite to enjoy all the 'delights' life has to offer. The primary difference with me at 50 compared to 25 is I don't heal as fast (smile). Another difference is that I have enough life encounters to know what I want, and what I like. And now that I think about it, probably just as important, I know that which I don't want. Because after all, the secret to life isn't always getting what you want, but wanting it after you get it (if am not good to you, or not good for you, then what good am I).
If all or any of this makes the slightest bit of sense to you, contact me and let the forces that be do what they do.
Peace and Wellness to You.