A Little Bit About Me
Here's a snapshot (to anyone who thinks it, it's not blowing your own trumpet. Apologies if I come across as intimidating):
My free time is usually spent in learning, exploring and keeping fit. I read quite often, enjoy TED Talks, rejuvenate in greenery when possible and burn fat at the gym. Other hobbies are (but not limited to), listening to music, watching thrillers/espionage movies and eating chocolate.
I meet up with friends once in awhile, usually for a meal and to see places. I travel with them now and then, but the feeling of true tranquility, can only be experienced with a husband, no matter where you are.
Often described as sincere and caring, I'm a person that can love deeply, whole-heartedly and unconditionally. I also trust very easily with a drop of foolishness.
I would say I am fairly God-conscious though my journey on the 'straight path' is more 'zig-zag'.
Not the most cultural type; but if you must know, I can cook Bengali/Asian food, can wrap up in a saree when the occasion calls and hold a conversation in Bengali, with gestures and nods thrown in at appropriate times. I will admit that I dislike ritual type events and extravagance.
Weaknesses are: an intolerance for liars, a strong dislike towards 'drama-filled' interfering people and, the ability to finish half a pack of McVities dark chocolate digestives in 15 minutes.
Working on: increasing patience, doing more burpees and avoiding my local chippie.
What I Am Looking For
A masculine, stable companion for life who has firm trust and belief in the Creator of the universe. He should be God-conscious, responsible, assertive, yet compassionate.
A person who values traditional/islamic gender roles (with exceptions if needed). Someone who understands the original 'dream team' - that men and women were created to complement and support each other. Common sense is highly valued (more than the abbreviations or acronyms after your name).
I'm going to emphasise, I want a husband who will be my lover, my companion, my strength and my weakness. I seem to go towards the tall, medium/muscular types. Don't rule yourself out if you're not either. If there is mutual understanding and you hate LFC, that's a good start. Also, if you are a parent, or a non-Bengali, fear not; I'm not one to discriminate. God knows best in all matters. However, I will state that I would like my own children, by God's will of course. To all the silly men who think women of a certain age are unable to produce; stick your head down a toilet then flush it. But I know you won't have the balls to do that, so my advice is, get yourself tested AND remind yourself that it is God who is the ultimate decision-maker.
Finally, although I have a preference for someone who lives in the Greater London vicinity, I am open to relocating outside the region for the right person.