44 • Banbury, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Male / Single / ID: 2546406
Seeking Female 25 - 35 For: Friendship, Marriage
Last active: 4 days ago
Beach / Parks, Camping / Nature, Cars / Mechanics, Education, Family, Gardening / Landscaping, Meditation, Motorcycles, Museums / Galleries, News / Politics, Philosophy / Spirituality, Reading, Science and Technology, Social Causes / Activism, Traveling, Volunteering, Writing
Middle Eastern, Barbecue, Seafood, Vegetarian / Organic, Vegan
Archery, Auto Racing, Bodybuilding, Boxing, BMX / Mountain Biking, Cycling, Extreme Sports, Gym / Weight Training, Hiking, Hunting / Shooting, Jogging / Running, Martial Arts, Motor Sports, Mountain / Rock Climbing, Tennis / Badminton, Yoga / Pilates
Don't really have time for movies - why fill your wonderful mind up with pre-programmed garbage?? That said, La Haine and Scarface are classics and Occupation 101 is a heart-wrenching analysis of the horrific oppression of the Palestinians. A must-see for all who care about human rights.
"7 ways to cure massive procrastination". Is it any good? Don't know - I haven't read it yet
Fresh filtered coffee in the morning...mmmm... My body is a temple so it’s gotta be fresh, unprocessed, and high in protein, slow complex carbohydrates and essential fatty acids. Not a fan of nasty meat, but like loads of fish and veggies. No, I’m not obsessed about good nutrition, I just want my body in top condition cos I got big plans to change the world. Inshallah.
Shall we get into the whole "is music permissable" debate? Nah, not here.You see “It's like a jungle sometimes it makes me wonder how I keep from going under”......
Impeccable. Smart for work, casual for home and scruffy when I can't be bothered. But it helps that I'm extremely handsome and so look good in anything ;-)
Dark, twisted and very specialised. Quite sarcastic.
Too many to list. I'm a human rights activist and that takes up a lot of time. I'm politically astute. I'm a dad to my only son and I try my hardest to be his super hero. I climb mountains and love anything adventurous and outdoors. I hate the cold but I love the rain. I love motor racing and have a big fast motorbike that puts a smile on my face every time.
Gosh - Nepal, Pakistan, Turkey, India, Spain, France, Morocco, Germany, Brazil....just about to tour East and West Europe on my bike... I'd love to go to Africa, the rest of South America, and the Middle East. So much to do, so little time...
I prefer different cultures even though. 'culture' is a social construction - there is no such thing. If you are a practising Muslim, then that is enough. I have a lot of 'love' for those who reject the belief system they were brought up into and embrace the truth, as I find that more often than not, they are more serious about their faith and do not have cultural baggage.
ummmmmm....that's a very personal question! Probably out in the forests, high up in the mountains, in a log cabin by a deep blue lake under the silent sky, in the presence of good company.
Deep. I do like my own company and can be in isolation for long periods. I am a deep thinker, study logic and rationale, yet am deeply spiritual. I used to be an introvert, but since university and work and other experiences, I've matured into kind of a strong, silent type, who knows what he wants and doesn't tolerate incompetence. I'm very laid back, but the problem with that is, people see that as a sign of weakness and try and take advantage. That's where my other side comes in and I guess I can be a bit ruthless. Wow, that sounds pretty mixed up, doesn't it?
Interesting question. I don't believe in matching. I think sites like this are simply an anonymous method of marketing yourself. So I don't buy this matching stuff. Just get out there, create opportunities for yourself, and see what the universe brings to you.