I would say that I'm an old soul with a young spirit! fighting! A mixed-raced (Indian, Indonesian, English, and Turkish) Malaysian lady... yes, I'm quite a salad bowl! LOL... Hence, I have always been inclined towards other cultures and races... Just to be clear, I'm not here for a marriage visa or any of that sort... I am a professional and well-educated. I can fend for myself. I just need t complete the other half of my deen. In shaa Allah. Personality A lady who is optimistic about things or at least strives hard to be considering how damaged the world has become. Little things make me happy. Brought up in a balance of the modern-traditional, western-eastern environment. A little bit of a dreamer, an idealist, a soldier, a sensitive-sap, a perfectionist, and a slob all in one. I'm pretty adamant with my principles and my way of life, deen-wise. Otherwise, I'm a very adaptable person. A simple, rooted person who is a fun loving, as my moderate Islamic core would not let my wild side outshine who I truly want to be. Independent but don't mind occasional pampering. Can be serious, but has a good sense of humour and can be playful (I just love being silly! ;p) My Passions ♡A scientist who appreciates arts, crafts, culture, enjoys photography, gardening and cooking ♡Passionate about nature (activities and conservation alike), education, humanitarian work, and loves plants and animals ♡Loves travel and adventures, sporty, loves outdoor activities and into fitness yet feminine. Oh, did I say I learnt Silat and a bit of Tai-Chi? Don't get scared, I learnt martial arts because of the art and to protect myself, not to beat people around! LOL 🤪 ♡a HOMEY person, but up for ADVENTURES and TRAVEL; I have lived in London for years and in Miaoli, Taiwan for half a year... ♡Enjoy good reads and films, loves a calm and relaxing stroll in the park, and lying in on a lazy day ♡Keen learner of the Deen and open for discussions, I want to grow Islamically and as a person
My long term goals
InshaAllah, these are my goal: When you have a secret, she will keep it; when you need advice, she will give you the best advice. She will always be with you: when you wake up in the morning the first thing your eyes will see will be hers; during the day, she will be with you, if for a moment she is not with you by her physical body, she will be thinking of you, praying for you with all her heart, mind, and soul; when you go to sleep at night, the last thing your eyes will see will be her; and when you are asleep you will still see her in your dreams. In short, she will be your whole world and you will be her whole world. She is Your Wife.
Things I'm good at and enjoy
♡enjoys READING, CALLIGRAPHY and ARTS & CRAFTS ♡passionate about NATURE ♡I am SPORTY and loves to DANCE (I dance for fitness at home) and OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES ♡martial arts fan, I learnt SILAT and a bit of TAI-CHI, keen to learn KICKBOXING
The first thing people notice about me
That I'm warm, caring and self-contained.
My family background and values
I was raised as someone who is family centric, responsible, enjoys silly and fun times with the family member, hardworking but live a simple life... Allah and love are our basis...
What I love most about Islam
That it is shumul (universal)... it's for EVERYONE... Literally!
Things I'm looking for in a partner
Most girls that I know have dream weddings and has an idea of a perfect wedding. I, on the other hand has a dream marriage. In that dream I see myself married to a man who completes what is lacking in me. He and I have the similar goal of how we want our marriage to be and how we would want to raise our children. And I see me serving my husband faithfully, with respect, love and care (trust me... if anything, I have a lot of TLC within me). I dream of a spouse who is somewhat like me who is serious in learning about Islam and try to improve ourselves whichever way we can, Insha Allah, responsible and also somewhat crazily bonkers like myself! (Very important! :p) Insha Allah, it is not just a dream... :)
You should message me if
...you strongly agree with the following... I can say that the purpose of marriage is like the reward it gives you (Insha Allah), which equivelant to building a mosque. Meaning, you and your spouse is building a mosque for the sake of Allah and this mosque needs constant maintenance in which both husband and wife should contribute whichever way they can for the next generation (the children) to benefit from it. It's not merely satisfying ones desire to be loved, it's bigger than that. It's a lifetime commitment and responsibility. It's about LOVING SOMEONE IMPERFECT PERFECTLY. :) P.s. Not interested in becoming a co-wife. I'm not against polygamy and I am well aware that it's permissible in Islam. I just do not practice that. Allah knows best.