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I see nothing wrong with not married and not having kids, Jaime

Reader comment on item: Advice to Non-Muslim Women against Marrying Muslim Men
in response to reader comment: Agree to No Arguing but Not Having Kids can be a Good Thing

Submitted by jessica (canada) (Canada), Jan 6, 2020 at 17:55

Correction - this is not a dating/marriage site ... its a site about non muslim against marrying a muslim men or women.

I agree with you not married and not having kids actually is not a bad thing. you could enjoy alot and you can do whatever you want and no one can tell you what to do. i was married young and divorced now and im not rushing or plan to get married anytime soon. maybe some day i will get marry again but not now. no rush between me and mohamed. we like things we are now. but being single all life could be fun when you are still young and you have the ability to do anything.

but think about it when you are 80 year old or older and when you see all your friends have kids and grandkids and loved one come and visit you and take you out on special occasion like christmas or mother's day and you have no one just so lonely. No one to share the love. but to each their own.

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