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In the Name of God بسم الله

SeekingEnlightment

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  1. Yes I actually call her my 'naimat' and yes I know that we have to be very careful so that what we have doesnt become a 'relationship' and trust me its not. Everyone have their own experiences and the most blessed thing is the one that is guided by Allah himself ^__^
  2. Hmm? If she doesnt want to eat anything she wont. I dont get you. Let me just make it easier for you. If she wants to give away every single thing I have I will not utter one word of complaint. ~~ so the rest of that stuff ^ becomes minor ~ if its haram dont eat. :)) Im sorry if I offended you. I still dont quite understand you ^ But my point is that yes i dont know the 'basics' of shia Islam. But I trust her. And i know whatever she do she will do it right according to what she believes in. If i have to change myself to adapt to her I will change. If she wants to do anything I will
  3. If im totally honest with you all that you wrote ^ XD It kinda sounds funny that I will complain about such minor stuff :3 Its laughable enough for me really ~
  4. huh? I actually didnt get most of it ~ I also currently dont have enough time to do that big of a research on shia Islam ~ Also yeah I can claim that I will allow her 'total freedom' -_- for that I think I have more than enough knowledge about shia Islam. Also I already mentioned above ^ that I everything will go her way and I trust her completely. I will not repeat it again. Also like AGAIN I mentioned before ~ Minor things like her not having her feet wet or her not eating seafood. You may find it annoying but I personally dont. -_- so instead of judging someone's character beforeh
  5. Whats 'marja' ???? And most of the people said its allowed ^ even though there are complicalities ~
  6. I understand what you meant now ~ Still Allah tells us to give religious freedom to everyone but ultimately the choice is ours. Ideological differences? ~ I think I mentioned it concisely before maybe indirectly that inshallah Allah will help us go through that phase too. Brother, the thing me and this girl have is much deeper than that which I have explained up there ^ I will just highlight some of the stuff so that you may understand. This girl; she is very independent, mature and understanding. Both of us know our differences well. When I say Allah 'chose' her for me. I real
  7. Especially since its based on mere opinions from what I gather with no reference quoted <<
  8. Kindly, understand or atleast read everything before writing as it helps avoid repetition . Yes I am GIVING her religious freedom. How else would you want me to phrase it? I honestly dont know xD I apologize if it offended anyone :)) Allowing her to practice her faith? Letting her? Its a simple give and take. Since we come from different backgrouds. She is GIVING me religious freedom just as I am GIVING her religious freedom. Yes, its true she still had that at her home and i wont technically be giving her anything 'new' but the fact remains that she will be living with me later on in her lif
  9. Walaikumasalam :)) I have no idea what this 'ahlulbayt' is and i fail to see how she will leave its path ~ Also what you say is true. Even if I give her the Religious freedom it will be hard and there will be tensions between families and a lot of complicacies but I am sure that Allah will help us go through with it inshallah :)) Non-shia? Hmmm alright. I didnt think that that would be much of a problem as in bigger than her being sayyed and me not because the community we live in Pakistan. There are much more Sunnis than Shias so I had a feeling that maybe her parents would ha
  10. First thing, they wont exactly be acting 'arrogant' if they are merely following their beliefs. Secondly, I think one should refrain from judging anyone if one doesnt know for sure if they are the true Sayyeds or not. Thirdly, 'kiss their feet' thats kind of dramatic and personally on behalf of her parents which you know nothing about I find it a bit offensive so try not to judge please. Now. I am not the type of person who would just marry someone's daughter, even if the daughter in question agrees, unless I have convinced her parents that my intentions are sincere and inshallah I will
  11. Oh that spoon feeding thing meaning she explained it all into consumable bits and pieces ~ Also that may be true that she is not actually Sayyed but what if her parents think that she is one of those 'true' Sayyeds? Like that will kill the point and will lead us back to where we are if her family thinks they are actually the true ones cause it matters to them and they will make their decision based on what they believe in right? Also social media played a major role in our discussion so that may be one of the factors that their parents may notice?? Cause technically we met just once most of ou
  12. Also since I am Non-Sayyed I talked to this Shia-Sayyed friend of mine Ggnerally. He told me even quoted a saying from Prophet PBUH apparently prohibiting a Sayyed giving his daughter in marriage to a Non-Sayyed. That is basically my prime concern really ^
  13. Oh and ofcourse my life has changed dramatically after her. She spoon-fed me as to how I should respect my parents how to get close to them and to be patient if they get angry at me. Mashallah I at the moment think that I have the best family in the world. Everything is perfect right now. Those things that arent are merely a test from Allah. Parents dont get angry at meanymore and every single aspect of my life including studies and relatuonships and respect from society has taken a great jump towards the positive so ~~ yeah all cause of Allah through her ~
  14. Why? Why? I wont go into much details as to how Allah brought us together as a reply to this forum. It is because she is the best thing that has ever happened in my life. I have had family issues for years. I used to get locked up in room stay in depression for a long . Even considered suicide in all manners i was lost. I was never close to Islam. I didnt pray. Infact i hadnt prayed for years and i didnt use to take ramadan or any of it seriously. We actually met once professionaly. Professional talk lead to Islam. She told me stuff about how she felt pity on those who didnt pray. Ho
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