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Mikaeel
28 Cornwall, Ontario, Canada
Seeking: Female 18 - 19
Height: 6'3" (191 cm)
Sid
36 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Seeking: Female 24 - 33
Height: 6'2" (188 cm)
Zaid
31 London, Ontario, Canada
Seeking: Female 19 - 25
Height: 6'2" (188 cm)
I have joined this site in hopes of finding the person to spend the rest of my life with. I know some people may be here to date or meet new people, however that is not the case for me. I find myself to be at the age both numerically in years and matureness to start sharing and building a future with a special someone. It can be difficult to accurately describe yourself for marriage and it is certainly restricting over text. To overcome this challenge, I have split up my life into a few sections below. I hope that this will make it easy to follow, understand and get to know me. Personality and Interests: Three ways to describe my personality are: witty / sarcastic, outgoing and excessive. Not that one’s personality can be summed into just a few words, but I assume you don’t want to be here all night reading a novel. So here goes, Three easy ways to get to know me: 1. Witty / Sarcastic – I love a good sense of humor. You don’t necessarily have to tell a joke to be funny and that’s the beauty of it. Often times the best entertainment is the conversation that you can have with someone that you are compatible with. It usually takes me sometime to open up and actually be my weird self, but when I do I enjoy being a goof. I work hard for what I have and I enjoy taking a step back to take it all in. I feel that it keeps you young and internally happy. When I picture spending time with my wife, I picture this. Sitting on the couch or lying in bed, talking for hours, goofing around and just enjoying each other’s company. 2. Outgoing – As much as I love lazy days, I can only put up with it for so long. Sure it’s nice to have a day off and be a bum but like all things in life, balance is the key. I enjoy travelling, being outdoors and playing sports. Travel wise I haven’t been outside North America much, but within it, I have been around. With all the technology and travel being as easy as it is, I find no excuse to not enjoy what is in your own backyard (North America). Also, I absolutely love summer and warmth because it opens up your options in what you can do outdoors. This summer I have picked up hiking and must say I love it. In addition to that, I joined a few sports leagues as I try to adapt a more active lifestyle. Since December, I have lost 28 pounds so I can get back to these things that I really enjoy. 3. Excessive – I am extremely passionate. Whether it’s for my career or my personal life, I try to do the things I love because it drives my passion. Naturally, this leads me to be excessive in what I am because I am either onboard with something or I am not. I don’t like middle ground or settling, thus I don’t half ass something. I believe in enjoying what you do / appreciating who you are and the best way to do this is to do things that you are truly passionate about. Professional Life and Career: Keeping the same theme from the previous section, I split up my career into Three sections: Education, Work Life, and Post-Work Life. 1. Education – I am going to put this out there: I was dreadful in school. I failed my last year of high school and almost got kicked out of first year university. I was the problem child for my parents. I can recall when we would have family parties and parents would brag about their kids, my parents couldn’t contribute. The problem was that I wasn’t passionate about what we were learning in school. It made no sense to me whatsoever. Since school wasn’t working out for me I decided to find a job. I worked at a telemarketing agency where saw a mother and daughter both working ridiculous hours together. One day I asked them why they work there because it was such poor pay, negative culture and lack of job security. They told me it was because the daughter was pregnant and they couldn’t afford to take care of the baby without both working at this place. That moment was the first time that I was motivated to try. If not for myself, or my parents bragging rights, but for my wife and kids one day. I found my motivation and just needed to find my passion. About a year later I found a job in the marketing industry, feel in love with what I did and decided to pursue it as a career. 2. Work Life – As I was going through university I continued to work with this marketing agency. I took on some elevated roles and worked my way up as a manager. Once I graduated university (with a 3.8 GPA – which I was quite proud of considering I failed first year) I went to this company full time. After working there for 5 months, I received an offer at a competitor and decided to take it. About 2 years later my old company wanted me back (they always come crawling back, jk!). I decided to go back and things didn’t work out. It wasn’t that I lost my passion for working or the industry, it was the management that I wasn’t happy with. This was a blow for my parents and myself because for the first time since I starting working, I was out of a job. But, I wasn’t a complete sucker. I had a plan. 3. Post-Work Life – For some time I had been working with an idea to start my own business. The main reason I wanted to do this was because of my future, family and flexibility that it would provide. I want to be the kind of father that can drive my kids to school and take them to the park. I want to have the flexibility to take my wife out, travel with her and spend time with her. That was my motivation and I already had my passion: helping others. My business is a training and recruiting business aimed to help professionals advance in their careers. If you are interested in learning more about it you can check out the Website or Facebook page (Links below). a. www.impactintuitive.com b. www.Facebook.com/impactintuitive Family Life: Because I’m sure that you are sick of my bulleted points and numbers, I’ll give you a break in this section. My family comprises of my two parents, two brothers (I am in the middle, separate by 4 years from both), my sister (in-law but I don’t like calling her that) and two beautiful nieces. My father works in software development, mother is a stay at home mom, older brother is in marketing as well, younger in school and sister a stay at home mom. We are a relatively tight nit family especially because the kids are all older now. Religion I come from a very conservative family however find myself with relatively liberal views. My parents can be strict with certain things as are most brown parents. The reason I am slightly more liberal is because I find that we don’t follow the priorities of our faith. For example, we all know of or have over heard people going to the mosque to pray, but backbiting their brothers and sisters after Namaz with gossip. If you’ll be tempted to do that, it is better for you to pray at home. I find that Islam is in your heart and mind before it is anywhere else whereas some people don’t. To each their own and it is not my place to judge, however, I choose sometimes not to associate myself with that. With that said, I do want to start learning more about my faith. I don’t pray 5 times a day, can read Quran but not to the level I would like nor have a deep enough understanding of my faith. But then again, in Ramadan, I am at the mosque every day. I’d like for my wife to be in a similar place and willing to learn with me. I can only imagine the blessing a marriage would have if the couple committed to learn about their faith and be better people as a result. The challenge that is naturally apparent from that is that my parents would like a conservative wife for me. However, that somewhat eliminates what I want in being able to learn with my wife. Over the years I have spoken to my parents about this and they have become more and more open towards it. For me it is not about where you are now, it’s about where you are heading.

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