Inter-religion marriage....!

@shilpaum (1753)
India
March 10, 2007 5:42am CST
If ur daughter/son wants to be in....will u allow her/him? I don't say, I will oppose hard, afterall its their own decision, but....still "but" exist. I'm not orthodox...but its really hard to manage under such situation. What is ur opinion...?
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7 responses
• Philippines
11 Mar 07
I am a product of a mixed marriage. One disadvantage is the confusion it causes to the children (most specially during molding period). However, great advantage of this is the fact that children who are products of mixed marriage tend to be more openminded. The presence of two different views on the background make them compare the difference & weigh which is right or wrong.
@shilpaum (1753)
• India
11 Mar 07
Nice to meet u..! Yeah, this really helps children to be openminded...!
@gharinder (2044)
• India
10 Mar 07
that's what i was thinking when i had the first glimpse of your question, although these marriages are not much acceptable in the society ,but it will be really a long time and may be things might change, you never know, so its difficult to answer . further i know that i am quite emotional and never tries to hurt anyone whom i love, so it would be really difficult for me.
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@shilpaum (1753)
• India
11 Mar 07
Yeah, its long way to go, things may change, but I don't think will change so much...that it will remove "The but", somewhere in corner of our mind.
• India
10 Mar 07
Ofcourse I would sure have that "but" because I am very much in to my religion it is not that i oppose other religion, I do respect them all but certain things are which we have from our childhood brought up like that it is really difficult to accept. Still long way to go to think about it...
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@shilpaum (1753)
• India
10 Mar 07
Still long way to go to think about it... for me too...lol I think its situation with many of us from India. Thanks for responce.
• India
11 Mar 07
this is very difficult to answer and its totally depends upon the boy whom my daughter wants to marry . means if he will same education level, same status and mental level than most positively i will allow to do but if don't posses this quality than it is difficult for me to allow . well one things is always true that Love is blind. and if she go against my opinion than i have no choice for accept that boys .
@shilpaum (1753)
• India
11 Mar 07
Many thanks for responce.
• India
13 Mar 07
thanks to giving my response BR.
@Neo_Knights (1887)
• Indonesia
11 Mar 07
Actually I don't really mind about that. I just demand their responsibilities to keep their own religion instead of asking their partner to follow their religion. Many people in Indonesia always ask their partner to change the religion. I can't see any useful of it. I know if their religion ask them to make a Godless man into a religion one. I think nobody should change their belief just because of someone's will. I thin people may change their belief in a matter of faith. They may change their religion if they think that their religion the having now is not fullfil their faith anymore.
@shilpaum (1753)
• India
11 Mar 07
Many thanks for responce.
@sensesfail (2251)
• India
10 Mar 07
I think its easy.As long as you are able to give up religious sentiments which you've been following for the past years,you could really do well.
@shilpaum (1753)
• India
10 Mar 07
Marriage - Marriage religious sentiments
Its not that easy...both partners can give up, but what about family members, its hard to manage. Many thanks for responce.
@asish1672 (339)
• United Arab Emirates
18 Mar 07
It is a difficult situation to handle. I would never teach my children to walk on this path and would make them understand the practical reasons of not getting married inter religion or cast. But irrespective of these if they get involved into it, definitely we have to accept this. I also think that day by day all these differences will fade out, as it has been since we were born, and people will be less concerned about it.