Quran dating pros and cons of carbon dating
However, if you are giving in to your urges and satisfying your physical desires, I suggest you fasten your seat belt before continuing to read some of the verses I come cross in the Qur’an.
There are clear verses in the Qur’an against the natural results of dating; from the seemingly innocent kiss to the more obvious.
And aside from that, how about learning the Islamic basics of marriage, the rights of the spouse and readying yourself to making a lifetime commitment?
Some time would definitely have to be invested on your spiritual education which should be a higher priority than your financial and career development.
The least important is the fact that you are probably years away from being ready to tie the knot.
Of course, completing your education, having a source of income besides your weekly allowance , and setting up a place to live other than your parents' house are useful little details which may have skipped your mind.
And since you're so caught up in the euphoria of "being in love", you can't hear the weak calls from your soul.
I am pretty sure that no matter how strong you think you are, this soul drain is bound to happen when you invite the process of premarital dating to your life.
It's a pretty good argument I've tried to use myself more than once.(See: The Truth about Why Women and Men can't be "Just Friends" [VIDEO])There are some folks out there who date but due to factors like religion, trust, outrage from parents etc. That may be admirable to some extent but Lord knows there's this lingering feeling deep inside the psyche; the growing desire for contact and romance.When that's the issue, you should ask yourself one question: "What's the point of winning the battles of avoiding the physical stuff while your soul is losing the war from all the energy and effort that's being drained away and spent? You either remove yourself from the situation or end the guilt and get married.My findings brought me to the realization that dating is a process which occupies a great deal of your emotions and tempts you physically so fast that you don't realize what hit you. The "game of dating" --especially if you're a Muslim-- inevitably spins out of control and becomes very hard to maintain.The real challenge to your faith starts when the attention shifts away from the needs of your soul to the needs of your body and drains your efforts to increase your remembrance of God.
Typically, the word dating is used when a guy and a girl develop both an intimate physical and social relationship together.