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Man – The Hunter

I occasionally talk to women to get material for my books. I bring into the conversation the subject of love, to find their opinion. Women feel that men feel about love like they do, then they get confused by how men approach the subject and how men behave in the relationship.

I have to tell you all, man doesn’t know about love. Man is a hunter and as such, man loves to hunt, his best prospect for hunting is woman, man loves to hunt the female of his species.

The purpose of this blog is to bring clarity to a subject that has been bombarded for centuries with actions created by unfulfilled emotions. Emotions that have been tortured by their hunger and by their thirst.

Since man is a hunter, the best course of action for woman is to give him a good hunt. Woman will show interest in man but she will not give in completely.

Some women are in a hurry to get their man and for that reason they do not allow the man to hunt them, they give in and feel they are very smart satisfying the man because the man looks happy for having her.

After a short time the hunter get bored by not having a hunt and then he leaves woman and goes searching for another female to hunt her.

Woman gets disappointed because man left her and thinks all men are bad.

 

Woman must know;

       That man is not like her.

       That man is the hunter.

       That woman is the dear Deer that man craves to hunt.

       That woman must choose a man that spends his life hunting her (even after marriage).

       That woman must wiggle her tale (getting nice clothe, putting make-up, being sexy) when she sees man loosing interest, to incite him to hunt her all over again.

       To suggest to man (in a suggestive way), how to romance her.

 

Yes, the department of love is woman’s duty and not man’s duty.

 

Feel your own nature and follow it, it is that simple.

 

Vincent Sylvan

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Vincent Sylvan was born in Lerida, Spain on the foot hills of the Pyrenees Mountains of Northern Spain in June 3rd, 1947. An avid chess player and philosophical thinker since early childhood, he had his plans to emigrate around the world in search of “the meaning of life” at the age of his fifteenth birthday. It was after he did his military service seven years later that he felt free to take his journey. In 1970 Vincent Sylvan immigrated to North America, first Canada, later on to the USA where he now resides with his family on beautiful Lake Lanier in Gainesville, GA. Vincent is true believer on the family and its values, realizing the damage of the divorce epidemic for young children and spouses alike, he discovers a “Formula” to tell people who they have to look for, so they can stay married for life. He tested his discovery in order to find the woman of his dreams “Victoria”. Vincent and Victoria got married six months after their first date. She was as much in love as he was, and since the Soul-Mates had found each other, the time flew by at warp speed. The cultures are different and many people had divorced from those differences alone, but eleven years later the honeymoon is greater than the first day. Convinced this formula can help many folks around the world, he writes his masterpiece book Find Your Soulmate Through Astrology, now available at Amazon, Barns & Nobel, Borders and book stores around the USA. Vincent added a second book in early 2010 Imprisoned in the North Pole. This time he writes about the torture and despair of living by yourself in a desolated environment, with no one to talk to, the main character struggles to keep sane from the loneliness that overtakes him. Vincent Sylvan is a messenger of truth, his goal to get the readers realize their true potential, happiness and to help them bring their dreams to reality. His humble writing style is often decorated of poetry and prose, a dying art which brings the beauty of the soul in tune with us. He motivates the reader to take action to get to his true destiny, like all masters he makes us all realize how simple it is to live a wonderful life.