Why there’s a rule forbid a person to get married with a person with different faith?
I don’t blame the rules that have been written on the holy bibles. I’ve been thinking about this for past few months. Firstly, I have to confess that I was afraid being friend with a Jewish. What I know and what I’ve been taught is they want to control the world. But so far, the rumors about it is perhaps not true. Not really sure though.
Let’s straight to the point. It’s obviously has written in Koran about marriage regulation and I’ve read about disallowance for a woman marry to a non-muslim man. But why it allows a man marrying a non-muslim woman? Don’t you think that’s not fair at all? No offense, for me this such a non sense. But I am pretty sure that I am not the only one who have thought like this.
One day, I ask my Mum, how if I marry to a non-muslim guy in the future? It was shocked her at first, she was about to cry and persuaded me to keep on the track. But still, how if God chooses a non-muslim guy to be my partner in life?
Actually, the reason I talk about this is not because of I want to be married with a non-muslim guy–but who knows? For the God sake, it’s just a random question that I still cannot find the answer yet which could possibly convince me more. I still have no idea, why I keep questioning about this? Sometimes I wonder, how if I meet a non-muslim guy in the future and we connect to each other. How if we both have similarity? How if he also has the same vision of the future as me? I will never know where God will lead me to. I guess, keep praying to God is the best way?
Another question appears in my mind afterwards, “Do I have to feel guilty for the rest of my life if I marry a non-muslim guy? Would it be easy?”
I have asked some friends about this and say, “Why don’t you live life simply normal just like the others and keep following the rules that have been written on the bible?”. Don’t you think it sounds boring to live life like a normal? I mean, you only live once. We have a big amount of opportunities to try something we haven’t tried. I, personally, try as hard as possible to not being a two-faced kind of person. As I know, there are a lot of people I know for years turn out to be such as doucheba9. I promise to myself to only follow my heart about what is right/wrong like I used to, choose the life options based on what I believe.
Surprisingly the other half said, “The choice is in your hands, darling. Do what makes you happy, because we only live once!”. Actually, I hardly want my closest people say the same way too and encourage me about what I will choose for my life.
Nonetheless, it shocked me a bit, why having that kind of question cannot be a normal thing for certain people? We definitely have different perspective to see things around us, accepting things that we think it makes sense. Yes, it’s definitely hard. And we basically grew up in various background. I thought we, as human being, have to respect to each other about people’s life decision, which is called human rights.
Last but not least, I hope, when I decided to be something (lol, to be a Wonder Woman) or to own something in the future will not makes my closest people stay away from me and I wish they will always be there to support me anytime I need them to, no matter what happen. Okay, that’s my random questions with explanations that maybe make you think what happened to myself?
Well, its already 1 am, no wonder why I keep yawning during writing this post. I guess I’ll see you tomorrow or the day after tomorrow with different topic. Talk later, blog.