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Assalam O Alaikum I shall attempt to tell you a little about myself without boring you :) I started off studying medicine in the Netherlands in Amsterdam but during my rotations I found myself having too many conversations with patients where I was telling them that we have exhausted all medicinal and operative options I am afraid there is nothing more we can do for you. Repeating this conversation all too often really dis-heartend me as my intention to study medicine has always been to be able to help people. I found that allopathy had too many limitations. So my journey started in alternative/Natural medicine. After searching and going through many different paths from chinese and japanese medicine i eventually ended up in the world of Ayurveda which has a lot in common with Islamic Medicine and based on logic that appeased my scientific side. Aside from practising Ayurvedic and Islamic Medicine I also give workshops on these subjects as well as bodylanguage
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Iam an easy talker, a reader, I go almost every day to the gym, I love kids hopefully one day I can have my own. Furthermore I am quite ambitious and my friends tell me I am a guy who is able to make friends quite easily, although to be honest I dont have that many good friends.
I am single son of my parents and have two younger sisters, spent most of my life in Lahore and traveled around different countries on projects. I am telecom engineer and working in this field for last 6 years. Got a polite and relatively soft spoken nature. I hope you will like to meet me.
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Maybe im not the best .. but i always try to be the best .
I am an Allah-fearing, patient man who tries his best to be confident, righteous and kind to others. Learning is an obligation which I take very seriously; both Religious and worldly matters, even though even worldly matters are mostly Religious when seen in the right Light. Marriage would be the reward for all my struggles...
Beside this I am a very warm man, I love doing good and making people happy. But I am firm when it comes to matters of the deen. I do not let culture or family come above the truth of Islam. I love spending time with family and playing with kids. I love to travel and have spend my childhood traveling with my parents in various South East Asian and Middle Eastern countries. It has given me the opportunity to learn the good aspects of other cultures as well as good Islamic example put into practice. I hope to travel with my future wife and kids insha Allah. Since I know it is a very enriching experience, if done correctly. I love offering sunnah and nawafil prayers (qiyam al layl) and to observe voluntary fasts. I also find being healthy very important, as our bodies are an amana from Allah. Thus I have studied a lot about biology, nutrition and exercise. I am physically fit and eat a very conscious healthy diet. I do not listen to music or watch movies. I do not talk to the opposite sex unless absolutely necessary and I lower my gaze. I wear a beard and cover my awrah. I try to wear the Thawb as much as possible and to not wear western clothes that are revealing like pants. I love giving dawah and spend quite some time in doing so. And also love to organise projects of sadaqa. I like a simple life and do not care at all about materialistic things. A few clean and good clothes are enough and no need for luxury. I am calm and it takes alot to make me angry, I am patient but also realize that as a man and leader of the household it is necessary to be able to take action and make decisions.I am a good listener and can be very affectionate. May Allah grant us pious spouses and offspring that are the coolness of the eyes.
Hobbies: Reading (islamic & general topics), going for walks, biking in nature, Deep conversations. cooking, teaching and learning. I am a social and talkative type. characteristics: Social, intelligent, creative, talkative. like to listen and to be listen to. understanding. Not to quick to judge others. I like to think out of the box. Islam is very important to me. However I dont like Islam on a sheep level, following the masses. I considder deep insight more important than endless repetitions. I like spending time with family and friends. I think it is very stupid women are excluded from many islamic activities. shehbaz at tele2 NL FB shehbaz Zoetermeer