Posted: 13 May 2011 at 1:21pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by mourinho
What is your view?
I am Portuguese/Spanish. My wife is all Indian and a Hindu. I am from a Catholic background. We went around 3 years prior to marriage and we discussed everything from sex, religion , identities and family. Religion , in our opinions is subject to interpretation. We believe in the religion of love. We have all grown up with different religions, but what holds true to most of us is the values that were instilled in us as we were growing up, Respect each other values, principles, love each other in whatever form, mother, brother, sister, father etc. Treat your mother as you would want your children to treat you, and this applies to every relationship. We don't believe in caste and who is Spanish, Indian, Muslim, Sikh, Punjabi, Gujrati, Negro or white. We are all human beings.Cut my indian wife hand's , cut my portuguse father hands, and red blood comes out of it. All religions teaches us the path of righteousness and goodness just like all rivers lead to the sea, all religions teaches us to seek God and his etrnal goodness. My firm belief that if someone truly loves someone, it wouldn't matter whether they are Chinese , Negro or Indian, the marriage can work. Love always stand the test of time, it goes beyond time. I've been married for over 10 years and this Spanish/Portuguese man is still very much in love with my Indian wife. The fact is I love her more today than the day I married her and I will love her for every janam.