A Little Bit About Me
So I guess this is the part where I am supposed to sell myself, try not to be too cheesy and say how amazing I am, but I just haven't found Miss Right, hence why I am probably still single, well its TRUE. I simply have not found Miss Right and I really hope that if you are reading this, then it might be you.
I'm not very good at selling myself but my family and friends would describe me as a calm and collected person with a positive outlook on life.
I'm established in my career and feel that I'm now ready for marriage. I'm currently working in the IT Sector.
I'm an educated and independent- Alhamdulillah-easy-going, loyal person.
I do enjoy travelling; reading, working out at the gym, loving spin classes and one day, god willing, I want to run a marathon or possibly do other outdoor excursion activities, climb Everest who knows, watch this space.
If my friends had to describe me they would probably all collectively agree on one word that says something about me, Adventurous.
I'm not a typical extrovert but I do love to try anything and am always ready for a new adventure.
I've enjoyed abseiling, quad-biking, scuba diving and indoor skydiving just to name a few. I'm ready to try so many other things, however just don't ask me to touch an insect.
I am an easy going guy, honest, reliable, trustworthy, relaxed, funny, outgoing, talks for the world, down to earth and hard working.
I work full time and when not working I try to spend time with my family and friends. I need that time to relax with loved ones. I love going out for walks, drives, eating food from different places.
I would describe myself as an energetic, vibrant people's person.
I hold family values close to my heart. I am very ambitious and someone who strives hard for success and is willing to work for it.
I do pray, read Qur'an and fast, Islam is very important to me. For more details, feel free to ask. I truly believe everything happens for a reason and Allah's plans are always best.
I always feel like I could do more so I try to take as many opportunities as I can to progress myself spiritually. I have a good appreciation of religion and continue to reflect and strive to apply the message of the Qur'an in my daily life.
If there's anything you'd like to know, then please do get in touch.
What I Am Looking For
The time I’ve spent as a Singleton has really allowed me grasp my true identity.
I can do things alone, do I want see a movie? Great, I can go alone.
Do I want to sit at a dinner table and work? Great, I can go have a cup of coffee and a booth to myself.
It's Saturday and I have no plans and no one’s around? Great, the museum is fun to go to on my own.
Sure, I love my friends, but if they’re not able to hang out, I am A-Okay. Being single taught me that skill, it’s a useful one to have and makes you independent and decisive. It makes you sure of what you like and don’t like without someone else’s stuff getting all muddled in your brain space.
I never spent hours and hours embroiled in a fight with a partner. I never cried over someone from the opposite sex for weeks and lost myself through the emotional burden and strain.
While people waited for a text from some flaky dude/gal, I wrote a kick-ass thesis. I never checked in with anyone, I never had to compromise my evenings. I never did anything I didn’t want to do (unless, you know, it was for a family member/friend I obviously loved.
Planet Singleton gave me oodles of time and time let me do some worthwhile stuff, which I’m glad I got the chance to do.
But then there comes a point where you think, who am I kidding?
You’re at a crossroads in your life and even nephews/nieces under 6 are scratching their little heads wondering what the hell is wrong with him.
Trust me when I say this, kids can be observant, brutally honest and intrigued by things they don’t understand.
This has been to my detriment, absolute shock horror and embarrassment, specifically during large family gatherings. The brats certainly know how to pick their moments to address their curiosity.
If your life is governed by the trends of Bollywood/Hollywood movies, magazines and you're glued to the TV 24/7 etc., then I'm not sure we would have a whole lot in common.
OK, so this is the hard part, but only one in all of the millions of women out there will truly be the right one. I think everything else is relative.
I could be here all day listing a predefined checklist of requirements, as human beings we have been made imperfect, so please just contact me if you think we might be a good match and take it from there.
Marriages are after all, made in heaven.