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Riaz, Islāmābād 59 y.o. ID8948

Personal details
Age:59 years and 38 days
City:Islāmābād, Pakistan
Marital status:Divorced
Registration:07 November 2012
Zodiac Sign:Aquarius
Languages:English (10)
Children:No Children
Weight:60 kg (132 lb)
Height:168 cm (5 ft 6 ins)
Eye color:Brown
Hair color:Brown
Religion:Not Religious
Education:University degree
Job:Financial Consultant
offline 177 days
Riaz Islāmābād

About Riaz:

I strive for the same things that I value in others. EMPATHY: to feel for others, human or not, and to act accordingly with compassion, humility, and wisdom. PASSION: to live and love with all of one's heart, mind, body, and soul. SINCERITY: to value people for who they are and not for what they can provide. CIVILITY: to respect all cultures equally, without bigotry or preferences in ethnic origin, religious affiliation, or social status. SIMPLICITY: to enjoy life without reducing it to the mere satiation of senses, to enjoy material comforts without making them the purpose of life, to enjoy good food without frequenting all the pretentious restaurants in town. AWARENESS: to know the world and the stuff that goes on in it. DISCOVERY: to explore the world and to take an interest in as many fields of human endeavour as possible - from the arts to the sciences. FITNESS: to enjoy, appreciate, and care about nature while staying healthy. In short, I value balance and balanced people.


Tennis, in-line skating, cycling, skiing, hiking, history, literature, travel

Looking for:

In a relationship, I value passionate love, open communication, and respectful understanding above all else. Such a relationship must also enable people to grow and to achieve their goals. I think when people live together they should help each other improve. They should learn new things together and teach each other what they did not know before. Such a couple would open the best and most diverse opportunities for their children to have a fulfilling life. Lastly, a negative comment, but it's more tongue-in-cheek than serious. I do not get along with self-proclaimed princesses. While genuine royalty is welcome, a princess with grace and graciousness, it's the other variety that walks on clouds, gets stuck in front of mirrors, and thinks people should eat cake if they can't find bread - well, we all know how history deals with that variety. If this offends rather than amuse you, then you don't need me - you need a sense of humour (wink).

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