I am told I look much younger than my age. Some people guess I am mid to late 30s when I am really over 50. They usually ask to see my proof of age and then they still refuse to believe it. Sometimes there is envy. I am very lucky to retain my youth in body, mind and soul. I have a full head of brown hair with green eyes and clefted chin. I would like to maintain a little privacy so I don't intend to publish my photograph, but will send one if requested by any acceptable lady. I am a philosopher, well read in history, religion, philosophy, science, politics, economics. I especially enjoy the biographies of the greatest thinkers. I drink very deeply from the sea of knowledge. It empowers me with wisdom and vision. It is the secret to real wealth. I love to be creative and admire creativity in others. I take pride in my work. Work is a noble thing, no matter what type it is. I retired after many years in the field of law and for philosophical reasons started a community magazine in which I am editor and publisher. (see rivertownproject.com) Through many years of working hard and smart, I have become financially solid as a rock. No debts. Many assets. I own a lot of property and will soon be getting royalties for the natural gas recently discovered under my land. How incredibly lucky am I? I raised three wonderful children (by three different mothers) and would step in front of a train for them if I had to. I designed and built a beautiful log home on the edge of a large, clear lake, hidden in the Ozark forest, remote from the taints of humanity. It is an enchanted place with giant trees, spectacular cliffs, numerous waterfalls, panoramic views and all kinds of wildlife. I don't go there to hunt. I would never kill an animal for sport. It is my fortress of solitude where I go to become purified by oneness with nature. Amidst the subtle sounds and hushed silence of the forest is where I go to Iisten to God. Only one thing is missing in my life. I have an athletic build because I work out and run on a regular basis to stay fit and healthy. That is the smartest thing that anyone can do. A little discipline pays tenfold. I will take an occasional aspirin for pain, but I will never otherwise take pills and tobacco is out. It will make you age too soon and will kill you before your time. Women who smoke look very tacky to me. They have bad breath and smelly clothes and hair. In social settings I might have a little whiskey, but too much alcohol makes me very ill. I believe that clean living is how I retained my youth. Being a philosopher in backwoods Arkansas can be a boring life intellectually, but it gives me a big advantage in my dealings with people. I am honest. I take pride in my honor. My motto is "be kind to everyone." I try to lead and teach, but humanity tends to be stiff necked when it comes to truth. It is difficult to get people to listen or to follow what is right and logical. And yet I am blessed with many great friends, but also cursed by many moochers who drain my energy. Oh well. Women find me attractive and will sometimes become very aggressive toward me. Female stalkers are very weird. I could write a book. I find most American women to be spoiled rotten and addicted to anything and everything bad. American women have become media creations and the media is diabolical. American women have become thoroughly corrupted. They seek luxury and vice without regard to the consequences. It is really a very ugly scene. And so, unfortunately, I have learned to become suspicious and skeptical towards women, especially the aggressive variety. Eve cannot tempt me with her apple. I am tired of the way American women behave and have decided to search the world over for that one true female, that beautiful creature who will have no apple to tempt me, only love in its purist form. Until then, despite all my other blessings, my soul will be sad and alone. God's greatest force is the love which flows within us. Let it shine forth. Be kind to everyone.
Ideal match description:
Sweet and kind. Health conscious. Smart. Loving. I will know you when I find you.