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Asalaam Alaykum, I hope you are all well Inshallah. I have a question regarding temporary/permanent Nikkah for engagement. Which one is better? I have been informed by family and friends that permanent Nikkah is better because if you get temporary Mahram with your fiancee, this might ceate doubts in your heart and give the idea this is temporary relationship. They say that after your temporary Nikkah has ended, you may break up and not willing marry that person. What is your opinion about this? Sara
Dear SC members, Asalaam Alaykum everyone. How is it going? Does any of you have advices about how to not get distracted from studies during engagement period? I know this may sound stupid, but I really need your advice. I am recently engaged and this worries me alot. Please no stupid comments, sarcasm or making fun. Thank you. Sara
I'm curious about everyone's opinions regarding Instagram (or social media in general). I have Instagram but I don't post loads of pictures because I've been a bit busy these past couple of months as I graduate uni in May. Besides that, life as a student is not all that exciting, so I don't have anything terribly interesting that would be worthy of daily posting. Most the pictures I post are of the weekend, weddings, parties, on holiday, or anything else out of the ordinary. My fiance, though, posts loads of things on his Instagram. Personally, I don't have a problem with that because he's quite sociable and outgoing in person and it stands to reason (at least to me) that he would be that way on social media as well. He also travels quite a bit for his job, so he does have more interesting things to post. Recently, a friend of mine tells me that she finds some of the things he posts objectionable (i.e. a pictures at the gym, at the beach, etc.) especially for someone that's already engaged. I don't have a problem with what she was referring to because people still have lives, friends, and interests of their own, even if they're engaged or married. What do you guys think? Do you guys think there is anything wrong with posting personal pictures on Instagram if you're engaged, married or otherwise taken?
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