Why is [THIS] seem so taboo in marriages?!?
It is not a taboo, just a personal preference. You two have some difference in choices. Just deal with it if you can
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your opinion on young marriages..?
You know, people say you really should not marry until age 25 because apparently you grow a lot from 18 to 25. I, myself, am getting married next march, four months from my 23rd birthday. Of course you are going to get the people who say you are too young but really if you feel it's right and you know that you want to be married, then I do not think it matters. We've dated for a year and a month, we got engaged last month and have been living together for a year next week. It really depends on you. I strongly suggest living together first though especially at a young age, like myself. :-)
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Why are interracial marriages so beautiful as opposed to same race marriages?
It's because they offer the opportunity to have "half-breeds" as offspring (like moi). Hehe, just kidding (kinda). But no. It's like any other marriage, or sometimes worse. You should see my parents... My dad made a racist comment towards my mom's ethnicity the other day. Of course they do not take it that seriously but it could still be seen as harmful.
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True or Falsetto: â"God supports and blesses all marriages"?
False,what some are trying to call an marriage is not in God's opinion.Men can make things into law but it's the things that God approves of that will get validated.Why was Adam and Eve given to each other in the first place? Does not the bible say that mn shall not lie down with mankind as with woman -kind,it is an abomination? You can believe what you want to believe ,it's your choice but what you believe has no bearing on what is true unless it's based upon and firmly founded in and on the truth. which is the word of God. If you are appointed before an Judge ,who may happen to be your relative ,would he just let you get away with murder or breaking the law or would He have to up-hold the law no matter whom was placed before Him? An earthly judge may have the option of withdrawing him or herself because of the family ties others can take his or her place in the sentencing but who can take God's place? No one ,there's no one that He could appoint to be judge over the affairs of men and the universe,so He must judge and sentence no matter what our connection or relationship happens to be.No person gets into heaven on their own merits or works ,it's only through accepting Jesus as Savior and Lord that you get in.We are all God's creation but not all god's children,we become children after having repented of sin ,of which having sex with the same gender is an sin as having sex outside of marriage (man and woman) and asking him to save you and to come into your life and be that God ,Lord ,savior that we need.
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What are the most common dishes in Gujarati marriages?
Still it's depend on person, But following will be most common.Puri/RotiUndhiyu, Dhokla, PaatraButtermilk and PapadSweetsDal-rice
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A question for people in interfaith/ culture marriages?
It depends on the individuals, I would think. If one is willing to completely accept the identity that the other wants them to, good for them. Hopefully it will work and they will be happy. I am actually in an interfaith relationship (I am Pagan, he's Christian), and neither of us has felt the need to ask the other to change to accommodate. We have respect for one another, and neither of us feels our faith is threatened by the other. However, I have known people who were less tolerant in their beliefs, or people who believe so wholeheartedly that they are right and there is no possibility of them being wrong that they cannot be in such a relationship without their partner converting/changing (it's been my experience that there's a sort of almost fear in these situations: like if the partner is not the same faith they will be punished in an afterlife and/or the punishment may be applied to the person of the unyielding faith). It's a very individual thing, and should be up to the people in the relationship. Yeshua: if you let your faith be the only thing that defines you, I suppose you would not have anything in common with a spouse who believes differently from you. Maybe I am a bad person, but I have interests in other things: fiction books, television shows, nature, the internet, having philosophical discussions with someone with a different viewpoint, etc. I have many facets and do not let just one of them define me. I have known people who are in interfaith marriages who are just fine the way they are because they accept one another and love one another for who they are, not who they could be if they change. The only reason I am not in an interfaith marriage is because we have not had the ceremony yet. We live together and are planning the weddings (one for each faith). The marriage itself is a ceremony, but it will not change us so substantially that we will be torn apart by this one small difference that has never been an issue during our entire relationship.