I am dating a muslim guy

30-Aug-2019 20:31

All subheadings are to be taken as general guidelines."A woman is married for four reasons, i.e., her wealth, her family status, her beauty and her piety.Getting into such atainted friendshipwill only cause problems on multiple levels.A person may be able to control their thoughts and desires, but after repeatedly meeting a non-Mahram in an unstructured setting to spend time as friends, the battle against the self becomes increasingly difficult.So you should marry the pious woman otherwise you will be losers (your hands will be covered in dust)." Narrated by Abu Huraira, in Sahih Al-Bukhari (Book , Marriage) It is acceptable and encouraged in Islamic culture to marry somebody with the same socio-economic background.People marry rich daughters of businessmen all the time.Disclaimer: much of the following is from various Islamic studies and a result of research.This is not definitive nor applicable to all men, but it is a standard.

He flew out to meet me and stayed for the weekend (in a hotel, I didn't stay with him)I was always honest with him regarding my past and my son. He parents thought getting married and having a child right a way would be too much for him to handle.Let’s start with our own bodies to understand this phenomenon.We are composed of billions of unique cells but most certainly we can see that our bodies have several different organs, and all of them have to work together for us to live a normal life.Its now ramadan and he's gone completely a wall with it.I had many friends in palestine and most guys I knew didn't fast, and if they did, they'd stay up all night and sleep all day so they could eat and drink. I always understood it as not giving into sexual desires - so no kissing and definately no sex.

He flew out to meet me and stayed for the weekend (in a hotel, I didn't stay with him)I was always honest with him regarding my past and my son. He parents thought getting married and having a child right a way would be too much for him to handle.

Let’s start with our own bodies to understand this phenomenon.

We are composed of billions of unique cells but most certainly we can see that our bodies have several different organs, and all of them have to work together for us to live a normal life.

Its now ramadan and he's gone completely a wall with it.

I had many friends in palestine and most guys I knew didn't fast, and if they did, they'd stay up all night and sleep all day so they could eat and drink. I always understood it as not giving into sexual desires - so no kissing and definately no sex.

By the way, this is not a Muslim problem exclusively; it is a problem of all faiths, again it is not the faith, but the whims of the guardians of faith.