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32 Casablanca, Grand Casablanca, Morocco
Seeking: Female 25 - 45
hicham
35 Rabat, Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaër, Morocco
Seeking: Female 20 - 30
Martin
67 Khemisset, Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaër, Morocco
Seeking: Female 25 - 40
Moved to Morocco in 2016 from California, to start a new phase of my life, living in a Muslim country, with a similar climate. Living now in Tiflet area, 60 km from Rabat. Main language English. Working on improving my high school French. Arabic will take longer. Enjoy spending time in nature to renew my spirit. Prefer healthy rural lifestyle, within 1 hour of a city. Sincere, Romantic, Affectionate, Realistic, Optimist, Positive, Kind, Compassionate, Patient, Sense of Humor. Daily Exercise: Walk, hike, bicycle, backpack, swim, yoga. Prefer seafood, fruit, vegetables diet & simple lifestyle. Read widely; Watch Videos, NO TELEVISION! Licenses: SCUBA & Pilot Small Airplanes. Enjoy Time with Family & friends. Make new friends easily. Eating Ethnic foods. Volunteer helping others in need. Advocating for Peace & Social Justice. Good Communicator; Prefer Face-to-Face, rather than social media. Enjoy variety of Music, intellectual discussions, learning about other cultures. Technical, Business & Teaching background. I may be older. But I am in excellent health, young in spirit, and prefer the company of younger people. I raised 2 of my children alone. I miss having children in my daily home life. For me, home is not a home without children living there also. I had an operation and can no longer be a natural father. And there are many children without a father in their home, or who are orphans. I also know, from pursuing a 2nd Masters degree in Social Anthropology, that the modern trend toward a couple and their children living alone, is not what Allah intended for us. The children have limited emotional support and choices of role models. The parents have only one other adult in the home to share life and responsibilities with. So, a very important part of my Morocco life plan, is to serve Allah by adopting and raising 6-9 orphans, in loving partnership with three sister-wives. I have purchased 6 hectares of agricultural land, and am beginning to turn it into a farm to demonstrate and teach the principles and methods of Permaculture, growing / raising many kinds of food and animals for us to eat and to sell, ride horses, all in harmony with nature, incha-Allah. I expect to begin construction soon of a large home for our extended family with common cooking, eating, relaxing, and entertainment areas, a large children’s play area, a large home office, a private bedroom suite for each co-wife together with 2-3 children, and a bedroom for me.

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