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“Mixed marriage,” the canonical term for marriage between a Catholic and a member of another Christian church, is a fact of life in America's. Christian pastors and Muslim imams have come together to draw up Wedding rings placed on a Bible and a Muslim Marriage certificate (Getty Images) We had discussed the option of one of us converting but decided. He was a Christian when I met him but comes from a Muslim family. I must tell you plainly, that the only reason our marriage works is because.
The reason I am telling it now, is because someone recently asked me if I was planning to convert for my husband and it kind of caught me off guard.
But for now — let me take you right back to the start. And for me it starts with the search of God. The search for God is a reversal of the normal, mundane wordly order.I'M A CHRISTIAN, HE IS MUSLIM... WHY IT DIDN'T WORK - #LOVESEXRELATIONSHIPS
In the search for God, you revert from what attracts you and swim towards that which is difficult. When I understood that, when I comprehended that, more than that, when I internalised that, ingested that, I became courageous. People who knew me prior and still know me now could probably attest this. I stopped living to please people.
I started to become honest with my feelings and myself. And in the vain of honesty — the true reason why I had wanted to marry a Christian guy was because it just sounded right. People would look at us and think we have all our shit together. And that feeling of admiration from others — I wanted that. I wanted to be the status quo but the truth is, that when you follow God, there is no such thing as being the status quo.
God now have a divine place in MY life.
When my husband came into my life, he not only knew this but he understood this and wanted to help me on this journey. But God knew I n-e-e-d-e-d this love. I legitimately do not believe that he would have wanted me to turn it away.
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Love is very strong, stronger than we can even fathom. This is what happened to me. It still humbles me that this force that makes leaves and fleas and stars and rivers and you, loves me.
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I am really blessed to have what I have and who I have in my life. I have worked hard to get here. I wanted to run as fast as I could to the front to be with my maker. It is actually quite remarkable that the picture I once had in my head at the start still manifested in some shape. Having a love like ours is difficult. The assumption here is that sharing the same religion is a shortcut to deeper unity.
But praying the same words in the same order, or reading the same sacred book through and through again, or singing the same songs are not necessarily a gateway to a meaningful connection. Each journey of faith is unique and personal. No two believers are alike. And, as anyone in any relationship will tell you, no two people are alike.
Everyone has their own views, opinions and convictions, regardless of their chosen religion or lack of one.
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Some relationships are interfaith, but all relationships are inter-belief. What is that necessary and sufficient factor? We have found that it is far more important to share the same values than the same religion. It is true that some values are associated more closely with certain religion affiliations.
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But values do not just take root inside a person as a result of their religion, of how they have chosen to describe or name or worship God. We choose our values because of myriad factors: Our values shape us, as our journeys through life — and our journeys through faith — play out. In faith, as in love, we leap.
We whisper holy words, words that hold power, maybe magic. We pilgrimage across whatever distances necessary. We experience the ineffable. We understand the unexplainable. We sense in an instant a familiarity, a knowing. We get over and outside of ourselves to connect with something so much bigger.