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Seattle, Washington
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In their own words

Living to please Allah - Jannatul Firdose is the goal

Bismillah, As salaamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu! The goal is Jannah not this dunya. I'm looking for a sincere brother to complete the other half of my deen. Life is short and Qiyaam is near. If you're serious, I'm right here, in shaa Allah. I love wearing niqqab and my beauty is only to be displayed for my closest family according to the dictates of Islam. My word is my bond. I'm very kind, gentle and enjoy using my brain. I expect the same of my future husband. I pay attention so if you're not familiar with or using basic adab I will reject you. It matters to me. I don't drink, smoke or do drugs. If you indulge in any of these, keep looking, I'm not interested. If you are younger than 50, please do not contact me. If you're looking for a sponsor or green card, keep looking, I'm not interested. If you do not currently live in the US, you should keep looking. Please do not contact me if you are the age of my young adults and if you have no profile information or photo. If you have not read my entire profile we have nothing to discuss. I pray you find that which you seek so long as it is to please Allah as Wajal. Be honest and transparent for surely honesty is the best policy. For me this isn't a game and I'm not here to play. Jazakallah kheir and may Allah bless us all with the mate of our dreams, ameen.

Appearance
Hair
Black
Eyes
Brown
Physique
Average
Height
5'  5"   (165 cm)
Family Roots
American
Race
Black / African descent
My Lifestyle
Has Kids
Yes
Wants Kids
No
Religion
Muslim
Education
Some College
Occupation
I'll tell you later
Income
I'll tell you later
Exercise
Regularly
What languages do you speak?
English
Favorites
Favorite Artists
I love listening to Qur'an recitation, islamic lectures and Islamic presentations on Adab,Yaumul Qiyaam, Death, The hereafter and various islamic subjects
Favorite Authors
Ibn Kathir, anything from Dar us Salam
Favorite Books
Qur'an; Bukhari; Muslim; Fatwa Islamia; Fiqh; Tafseer
Favorite Cities
Mecca & Madinah, Arabia; Kampala Uganda; Nausori & Suva, Fiji Islands; Vancouver, Canada.I love to travel around the world
Favorite Clothing Stores
I only shop out of necessity, I only like Islamic styles and can't stand the malls in the USA
Favorite Colors
I love all colors
Favorite Country
These are the countries I intend to visit in shaa Allah: Turkey; Jordan; Jerusalem; Tanzania; Malaysia; Indonesia; Mexico; Spain; UAE; Egypt there's others as well, in shaa Allah
Favorite Magazines
Message, Sisters, Azizah, (Good Housekeeping, Sunset)
Favorite Sports
Hiking, walking, light weight lifting, pilates, yoga, muscle toning
Favorite Foods
Only halal non-gmo organic food.
Interests
Animals
I have an aquarium, l like horses, sheep, goats, chickens, birds, cows...most outdoor animals. I may get a dog for protection but, it won't live inside my house.
Antiques
I love vintage tea cups and collectibles but, no longer indulge.
Art
I appreciate art in it's many forms.
Astronomy
Interested - I love looking up at the sky at night observing the different planets, moons and constellations , l love seeing it through the lens of a telescope, in shaa Allah
Biology
Love it
Business Finance
Very Interested
Camping
I like glamping, camping is ok too
Cars
Vintage cars and collector vehicles are so fascinating to me
Children
I love children, especially my Diamonds and Pearls
Community Service
Feeding the homeless
Cooking
I'm an excellent chef and come from a line of chefs. I don't get in the kitchen as much since the children have grown up.
Drawing
Interested
Electronics
Interested
Exercise
I love hiking waterfalls and being in nature. I also enjoy my home gym when the weather isn't great.
Food
I enjoy trying foods from different cultures. Halal/zabiha only. My favorite meal is a good salad and fish. I love organic grains and pasta..
Football
Not a big fan
Gardening
I enjoy planting seeds and watching them grow, blossom and harvesting what I plant
Internet
In small's doses the internet is okay
Math
I love numbers! I'm getting better at it. I used to dislike math but, I was always pretty good with numbers.
Medicine
It's all natural for me. I won't take pills but, will eat beneficial foods and avoid harmful foods. I also like organic vitamins
Movies
I love a good Islamic movie or lecture, I will occasionally watch a non- islamic movie
Painting
I'll try it
Photography
Allah's creation is so beautiful I love capturing it in pictures
Psychology
Love it, very interested
Reading
I love reading.
Religion
Islam is my deen. I love wearing niqqab
Shopping
I do not like the marketplace unless I'm traveling and only in small doses
Singing
The human voice was made for the praises and worship of Allah
Sky Diving
If I had a friend (or husband) to try it with I would do it at least once
Snowboarding
I would like to try snowboarding at least once
Soccer
Like football, not fan
Stock Market
I don't have very much knowledge on it
Technology
The ever changing mind occupier
Tennis
Not any more, I used to love playing. I'll watch a little.
Traveling
It's great to see other countries and how other people live (especially Muslims). I love exploring other lands it is both rewarding and educational
Video Games
I don't have time for video games, although I do understand other people's enjoyment of them.
Walking
I love walking especially when it's scenic. On a beach or a trail, in a park or around a lake.
Writing
I've not written in years. It's a talent I intend to revisit., in shaa Allah
Lifestyle
Energy Somewhat High
Neatness Super Neat
Punctuality Often Early
Spending Somewhat Thrifty
Work Ethic Driven
Insights
Describe your perfect weekend.
Begin with Fajr out in nature, watching the sunrise while listening to the sounds of nature as it awakens. Taking a hike and enjoying a picnic in the warmth of the sun while sitting under the shade of a tree. Taking time to pray in the openness of a meadow or down by an empty beach. Taking in the sounds of rushing water that leads up to a beautiful waterfall. Catching the sunset from a high climate and there's just enough darkness after Isha to take in the stars and constellations using the naked eye and/or a telescope. No lights, hustle and bustle of the city! Just the cool calmness of nature under the darkness of the sky.
How many kids would you like to have?
None I have four young adults and several grandchildren I adore
How important is someone's physical appearance to you?
It shows how well they care for themselves. If they don't practice self-care, physical, emotional and mental it's going to prove problematic in the marriagel
What is the purpose of marriage?
To join together fisabilullah. It's important to have a mate who is focused on the akhirah but, still able to navigate and enjoy this dunya to please Allah. This is our temporary home so my husband must not only be aware of this reality but, actively preparing to meet Allah and we support each other in meeting that end successfully, in shaa Allah. We can enjoy the dunya but, just be aware that this isn't our home.
What is the most important lesson that you've learned?
Allah before everybody and everything! To take responsibility for and own my mistakes without pointing a finger at someone else.
What do your friends like about you most?
I'm honest I have a good sense of humor but, I'm also no nonsense. I enjoin them to do good deeds and we are striving together to gain Jannah. We respect each other's opinions, feelings and differences. I'm humble but, will speak my mind appropriately.
What gets on your nerves?
COWARDS and BULLIES!!! Negativity and harping on the past. People who don't accept responsibility for their actions and blame others. Excuse makers. Hypocrisy, people who are sneaky and not forthcoming. Dishonesty and laziness. Can't do attitudes. I don't like manipulators or scammers. Culturalism, tribalism and racism. People who talk but, don't listen. Men who are overly focused on a woman's role and are careless about their own responsibilities and obligations.
What is the most important thing in a relationship?
Putting Allah first. Honesty, respect, communication, loyalty and trust. A great sense of humor. My husband must be a man who honors, respects and protects the women in his life. He must also be trusting and know that my fear of Allah is his protection from my harm. If I make a mistake I will own it as must he. We can work through almost anything. Cheating, drugs, smoking, alcohol and night clubbing are deal breakers for me.
What do you hope to be doing five years from now?
I plan to retire (in two more years, in shaa Allah). I can discuss the rest later as I have two options, in shaa Allah. I will pray istikhara for the best decision.
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