Looking in the Mirror

Spiritual Revelations for those seeking Humanity in Humans ~~CordieB.

Love Vs. Religion

There was this girl who was Christian and this guy who was Muslim they fell in love. They wanted to get married and live their lives together. Then Religion was brought into the relationship. He told her that if they got married the kids would have to be his religion. She quickly responded that she wanted her kids to be Christians. There was an invisible wall put up between them from that moment on. Her love for him grew strong and she even thought that maybe she could change him or find a way to persuade him that it could work. But this thought of how much she loves Jesus kept coming into her mind and that her kids would not be able to feel that love from Jesus or for Jesus if she was marry him and have kids with him. He was also very concerned if he would marry her about the fate of their children’s soul. He told her that if she could not agree that the children would be Muslim then they would have to end the relationship. 

To read the rest of this thought provoking story, visit Bright Warrior Nika’s blog at http://nikabrightlightwarrior.wordpress.com/2007/12/15/love-vs-religion/

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  Christian » Love Vs. Religion wrote @

[…] Madhan Kumar wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptThey wanted to get married and live their lives together. Then Religion was brought into the relationship. He told her that if they got married the kids would have to be his religion. She quickly responded that she […] […]

  persistentillusion wrote @

Wow. Well, you definitely shouldn’t get married to someone with the intent of changing them.

CordieB wrote: PI, although what you say is definitely true; this is not what I got from the story. Did you read the whole story by clicking onto the continuation link to another blog? I found the story quite profound.

  persistentillusion wrote @

I did read it. My comment should have been,

Wow. (as in, what an impactful story)

Well, you definitely shouldn’t get married to someone with the intent of changing them.

  cordieb wrote @

COOL. I felt as that the moral of this story is let go and let God. Follow your heart.


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