More About Me
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More About My Match
My ideal mate:
Spiritually (to me,the most important)
Share the same beliefs as me, loves to study/research what he believes and why, actively practices his belief by helping those in need without wanting to get anything back
Mentally (2nd place in importance to me)
Smart, has common sense, able to see the big picture and details as well, able to be calm and make important decisions during emergencies, knows computers and cars and a whole lot of other information, has good intuition about people, is sarcastic but not in a hurtful way, is funny and a quick thinker on his feet
Caring, loving, not easily angered, not given to much frustration, can control negative emotions, can think rationally despite strong emotion, doesn't let his mouth blow expletives when he's upset, doesn't let his hands punch through walls when upset, has great self-control and discipline despite whatever he is feeling, has a soft heart who reaches to help others when he sees that they are in need, cares for the well-being and happiness of animals, children, and adults, even those he doesn't know, friendly, open and has eyes which brim with confidence, happiness, friendliness, and joy
Dark skin, longish black curly hair, brown eyes, muscular build, taller than me (I'm 5'4''), fast, strong, with rugged and handsome features (like Antonio Banderas in his younger days)
I just described my husband.
My husband is my ideal mate and I love him so much!!!