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I've never minded not having a religion, and I like the fact that because I'm a blank religious slate, I can approach new religions without prior assumption.
I grew up celebrating "Christian" holidays like Easter and Christmas, but in America, these days are so mainstreamed and commercialized, they almost seem secular.
Actually, people who come from different faiths, nationalities and races can have successful marriages if they completely explore the important issues before they make the final decision to wed.
The process of exploring these important issues has to do with what each considers to be of such great importance that they cannot compromise.
Your question is deeply important for yourself, this girl and many other people today.
The consequences for yourself and the girl you love can have reverberations that can impact the happiness of each of you.
When I’ve said that before, some people say it’s hypocritical – that discriminating against a potential romantic interest based on religion is itself a form of bigotry.
Even if they loved the debate and their kink was being constantly told how wrong they are…no thanks.
When you weigh the fact that most of the couples who divorce come from homogeneous religious and ethnic backgrounds the entire issue of marriage and religious differences take on a whole new meaning.
If people who come from backgrounds with shared values cannot save their marriages is there any hope for those who come from different backgrounds?