All praise belong to Allah.
I want to be a good husband, father and brother. However, it is effortless to write while actually living up to it is tougher. I want us to be close to Allah in the next life, starting already in this one. But, it is easier said than done. The Day of Judgement is getting closer and I don't have all the answers. What I do know though, is that we can be successful by focusing on what matters...
Allah says what can be transalted to "whosoever obeys Allah and His Messenger has indeed achieved a great victory" (33:71). It is sufficient to be a Muslim and I don't label myself with anything else. I strive to follow the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet ﷺ according to the understanding of the Sahabah. And I accept that the four Madhahib are a part of this religion. I ask Allah to make me balanced and to protect me from falling into any misguidance whether it be liberalism, extremism or innovations. Islam is a big part of who I am and have a big love for islamic knowledge. I want to devote my time, energy and money to worship Allah and to establish His religion around me and ultimately everywhere.
I'm an ambitious yet simple man. I enjoy living a natural and healthy lifestyle. I try to be grateful both if Allah gives me a little or a lot. Everything is from Him. I don't like materialism and I'm very inclined to the concept of "Essentialism" (search for it on Youtube or read the book by Greg McKeown). I'm easy going but stay loyal to my core principles. Mostly kind and like to have a good time but firm when appropriate. I'm an introvert that know how to socialize and can really appreciate an intellectual conversation. I'm usually straightforward and have a difficult time with people that lie or run their mouth without making sense. I do prefer few close friends over many loose acquaintances. I believe in being positive and really dislike when people are negative. And I'm really into personal development.
I'm looking for you if Allah is the number one priority in your life. All people have shortcomings and I do not expect you to be perfect. What I do want is that you strive to be a better Muslimah. Characteristics that I cherish are that you are affectionate, loving, gentle, merciful, forgiving and that you want to build a family around tranqulity and the pleasure of Allah. Apart from this, let's talk and see if we make a good match.
Also, you should know that I like to involve your Wali sooner rather than later. Do things the right way and hope for blessings from Allah.