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This is what makes DM so exciting. Now that we have covered love and sex for the past few weeks, we come down to marriage and religion again. Tongue

I'm not a religious person, but am spiritual. I have a strong sense of personal faith and it is integral to who I am. To me religion is just a means for people to find and express faith. It does not matter to me what religion people follow. However, I will admit that it is not easy to completely ignore or omit religion. It is an important consideration. In order to marry despite religious differences it is important for me that I be able to respect the other person's religious beliefs and they be able to do the same towards my faith. If either of our faiths are unable to come to a mutual compromise and respect, marriage will be very difficult.

Speaking of marriage, when people of two different religions are married - how do you raise your children? I mean once you have made the initial compromise to enter a relationship, it is not going to be a bed of roses to move on. Do you bring them up mixed religion? Is it possible for a parent to have a child being raised in a completely different faith than their own?

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Originally posted by *Woh Ajnabee*


Phew, hope the daggers didn't hurt too much. ;)



Bechara POH, seven daggers. Did you drive them all into the heart or into the brain?LOL

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Originally posted by gengarjetty2

Originally posted by *Woh Ajnabee*

Originally posted by _LalithaJanaki_

 
Hmm, nicely putClap 
 
This makes sense to me.


Hey, thanks!


Hmmmm..............


What hmmm? Confused

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Originally posted by return_to_hades

Originally posted by *Woh Ajnabee*


Phew, hope the daggers didn't hurt too much. ;)



Bechara POH, seven daggers. Did you drive them all into the heart or into the brain?LOL


Wherever it is more effective. LOL

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Originally posted by *Woh Ajnabee*

Originally posted by karandel_2008

I will disagree with anything that creates hurdle for true love.




Hmm, okay. But define true love.

If family stands in the way of "true love", then are they considered a hurdle? Do you also not love your family, and does your family also not love you? Is that love not "true"?

Not attacking your thoughts, just adding fuel to the fire, if you will. ;)


I would not literally call family a hurdle in the way of love (true or whatever it be). However, sometimes family can make it emotionally wrenching. Family may love you, and want the best for you; but they are not perfect and will not always know what is best for you. Family does not see the world the way you do, and in that sense may not be able to see that someone of a different race, nationality, religion can be the best thing for you. Family does not always feel the emotions as you do and does not think the same thoughts as you, so they may not understand what you need and want in a marriage.

That by no means family is a hurdle or loves you any less. It just means that life is a bitch and damned if you do, damned if you don't.  LOL

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Posted: 24 December 2009 at 1:37pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by *Woh Ajnabee*

Originally posted by _LalithaJanaki_

 
Hmm, nicely putClap 
 
This makes sense to me.


Hey, thanks!
 
You're welcome. :)

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