You have happened upon the profile of a Child of God and Black Man of Substance who tends to notice the "virtuity" in a woman. Such a woman aspires to walk at a man's side as his helpmate for a lifetime........as it was intended from the Beginning.
I enjoy the company of a woman who is warm, sincere, spirited, affectionate and has a sense of humor. It would be nice also if she enjoys cooking as I do. She'll be strong of character, a capable lover, and she covete's her "working relationship" with Christ which gives her life direction. I'm a man who attends church 2x a week normally and I believe in supporting my place of worship with my monies and time as God commands. This is is accordance to His word and not otherwise.
For to walk in obedience to His word consistently...is to walk in Blessings and Grace abundantly!
I'm not a "trophy-hunter" so the nature of a woman's spirit is just as important to me as her shade or shape....though those things do have thier place within reason.
Domesticity is a strength of mine that I admittedly take pride in....what woman wants a man who won't help out around the house? God said Helpmate not servant lol!
My late mother was a stickler about her boys knowing how to take care of themselves and I'll be forever to her for that and so many other things that have served me well because of her.
Musically I favor gospel, jazz, and some old-school R&B.....I'm talkin' about back-in-the-day when they used to really sing!
I'm a bit of a wine connoisseur and thoroughly enjoy cooking too. If your a woman who enjoys a man who is affectionate and attentive by nature without smothering you've hit the jackpot.........and I enjoy the same as well.
Last but not least I'm a firm believer in manogomy and the lost art of courting.......for anything worth having is worth earning in my opinion. Time well spent getting to know one another the person makes for a smoother journey down the road if your truly in it for the long-haul. Intimacy as it should be is only achieved when two people are truly vested in one another emotionally and spiritually and that comes with time.....well spent.
The following is a bit of prose I came across years ago that I identify with......
"I shall be telling this with a sigh.....ages and ages hence...two roads diverged in a wood and I, I took the one less traveled...and that has made all the difference".
Sir Robert Frost