which is important LOVE or RELIGION?

July 17, 2008 11:26am CST
why is it religion became a boundary for same gender relationship? Is it the fact that LOVE is more important.....
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@alpha7 (1910)
• France
18 Jul 08
Both are important but even most religions tell us that love overcomes all. Even a religion that does not practice love is not a good religion.
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@shyamlal (3535)
• India
17 Jul 08
I seriously don't give a damn about religion....We don't need religion to be good.. Religions were introduced by some people to take the control over people...And it should be given least importance in this modern world
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@shav9292 (928)
• India
17 Jul 08
religion is a way or a path certain groups follow for a disciplined life.
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• Malaysia
17 Jul 08
this is a hard decision but i prefer to choose love than religion because love never be choose from its religion or race. I love Love!
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@Amanda81587 (3046)
• United States
18 Jul 08
I chose love! I am not very religous!
@saierchok (1294)
• United States
18 Jul 08
on this one I'm gonna have to tell you that I'm a bit religious! you know.. but I also believe that love is a base of my faith.. so they're inseperable to me!
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• United States
20 Jul 08
• Philippines
25 Jul 08
For me, LOVE is more important than religion. I am a Roman Catholic and my hubby is a Methodist. We respect each other when it comes to religious views. The eldest child was baptized in the Methodist church. The youngest was baptized in a Catholic church. We havent encountered any problem with that
@Kat4676 (474)
• United States
20 Jul 08
The way I feel is that LOVE is in every religion. They should be equal not one over the other. It shouldn't matter if one is Catholic and the other Mormom or a different religion. Love is a strong Emotion and each persons Religion is a strong Belief for them. They should not interfere with each other.
• Chile
20 Jul 08
Depend on your believings.. Anyway, religion is a very important matter in a relationship, even though people dont seem to realize..
@adoremay (2069)
• Philippines
20 Jul 08
If two in love couples have different religions, i think they should respect and compromise their religions differences. Love is never a factor that two couple will survive in their relationship if there are differences. Somehow one has to give in, one has to compromise, one has to sacrifice.
@saierchok (1294)
• United States
18 Jul 08
to me both matter, because faith is in the heart, and in the heart love stays, so they're either the same thing or at least roommates in there! and they gotta learn how to get along!
@scaflone8 (190)
• Philippines
17 Jul 08
God is a loving God and He wants us to be happy. I think He would not stand in a way when two people of what gender it may be are loving each other truthfully. Religion should not be a boundary of that love if it is real. It's just sad that no matter how much the church tells us not to discriminate and be judgmental to other people. The church itself is discriminating and being judgmental about this kind of love rather than understand it. ~Scaflone~
• India
17 Jul 08
Hi friend, I give preference to love than religion friend.Religion is kept for the respective oneself,but love is not like that.Because of that only now the world is living with somewhat peacefulness.Love is not the one it should come to a girl and a boy its sometimes signs respect too.This is what i feel. have a nice day. Love yourself so that you others love you and you can love others too..