A Little Bit About Me
A man's duty is to dedicate his life to his wife and children.
I have a wide variety of interests such as my community roles for which I have Alhamdulillah received national awards, delivering humanitarian aid abroad on numerous occasions, serving the homeless, football coaching youngsters and so forth. I like to keep fit and have run several Marathons including running 10K Races in Ramadan for the last 5 years for charity! Some call me a 'Machine'! Age is Alhandulillah just a number in my case as I physically look after myself. I have done Kickboxing in the past. In short, I like to use my spare time to help others however, I realise once married I will need to scaledown the above which I am prepared to do so. If a man can give so much to benefit others imagine the love, compassion, kindness and affection he can give to his wife and child/ren?!
I have a keen sense of humour (known to be bit of a funny guy within reason) and am known for my hardwork ethic. I love going for walks and travelling around the world. I am unashamedly a big fan (who isn't?) of the Turkish Serial Dirilis Ertugrul which depicts the life of the father of the Osmanli (Ottoman) Empire. It is on a par (superior) with the Game of Thrones on Netflix.
I am quite shy when it comes to women hence why I have stayed single for so long! Some struggle to understand this due to my inner confidence when it comes to everything else.
Alhamdulillah I've achieved many things in life, the next stage is marriage and becoming a family man insh'Allah :)
I celebrate Mawlid (Milad) and commemorate Khatams but i'm not on here to criticise anyone. I like to regularly recite Salawat which brings me inner and outer happiness.
In 2006 I performed Hajj which was a surreal experience and would love to do it again insh'Allah as a married man. For me doing Tawaf around the Holy Kaabah with your wife is the most romantic moment since Allah's mercy falls upon the Holy Kaabah and those within it's vicinity :)
I am on here to sincerely complete half of my deen insh'Allah.
Once you get to know me you will understand why freinds, work colleagues have rated me so highly. My friends refer to me as the 'Real Deal'.
I am my own man, in other words I will listen to what people say but will only take an action that is right for me and not for others. I adopt a consultative approach and that is how I Insh'Allah hope to approach married life by making a decision after consulting my wife since I believe that is what a true partnership is. Walking side by side to face whatever come may.
All that is good in me is from Allah Ta'ala and my deficiencies are a result of my own weaknesses. May Allah Ta'ala give us the true meaning and understanding of what marriage means and follow the sunnah of his beloved Prohet Muhammad (Sall'Allaho Alaihi Wassalam), the conduct, etiquettes, character and how to treat each other. Ameen Sum'ma Ameen
I am not into smoking, shisha or the ilk, I mean I haven't drank Coke or Pepsi in 21 years! Yes, I know shocking for a asian guy lol! I have 5/7 portions of fruit a day - our body has a right over us and is a blessing from Allah Ta'ala which we should look after.
If you are looking for a boyfriend respectfully please refrain from contacting me however, if you are looking for a husband of course feel free to do so.
I hope I haven't put anyone off with my essay or should I say mini-dissertation lol! Jokes aside, I am a down-to-earth positive energy character.
What I Am Looking For
I am looking for a Muslimah who is caring, considerate, has love for Allah Ta'ala and Prophet Muhammad (Sall'Allaho Alaihi Wassalam). Someone who is family-orientated and has a keen sense of humour. Someone who is honest, sincere and patient. A muslimah who cares about others and will try and put a smile on those that are down. There is a saying, a womans heart is like a ocean and I hope it is a ocean I will Insh'Allah explore. None of us are perfect, in a marriage we should help one another to improve as people as marriage for me is a evolving process to the extent insh'Allah I see my wife as my best friend.
Above all, someone with a clean heart and good character, i'm not expecting her to be fully practising or the best thing since sliced bread lol, as long as she has a yearning to improve her deen I believe with the mercy of Allah Ta'ala and through the love of Prophet Muhammad (Sall'Allaho Alaihi Wassalam) I can assist her in this sphere.
I believe in the real Islam that is spread through love not coercion, through understanding not threats and above all where you practice what you preach. The latter is very poignant and important to me as I like to lead by example Insh'Allah. I greatly dislike hypocrisy.
I am a very easy going chap who is non-judgemental since Allah Ta'ala is the true judge, not a human like me plua no-one knows what resides in our hearts except Allah Ta'ala.
I am ready to fulfil my longstanding dream of being a husband and father insh'Allah. Sounds cheesy but it's the truth & nothing but the truth!