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Re: When the truth became clear...its awesome

PostPosted: Mon Nov 02, 2009 12:57 am
by yeezevee
peace-angel joins and says
TOO STILL STRUGGLE WITH ISLAM A LOT BUT THIS SITE HAS GOT ME THINKING
What is there to struggle and what are you struggling with Islam dear peace-angel ? Now onwards It is a straight path to Allah heavens and pleasures to you and to the generations that come out of your gene pool .

So did you convert in to Islam recently?? It is wonderful that you joined to share your experiences.. welcome to FFI

with best wishes
yeezevee

Re: When the truth became clear...its awesome

PostPosted: Tue Nov 03, 2009 6:58 am
by praisehimalleluia
Hey guys, don't be too emotional, will ya all. This is my personal journey. Not just some journey but everyone comes to a point they had enough.

Indeed we are given brains to think, and do consider the many doctrines of Islam that has pervertly made human beings inhumane.

I was hoping everyone respect my decision to embrace whatever I wish, be it Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, etc... The sole purpose was to proclaim my discovery of an inhumane faith called Islam.

Hope this end this topic with some peace within your hearts.

Re: When the truth became clear...its awesome

PostPosted: Wed Dec 23, 2009 10:10 pm
by capner
A good site to go to for more support is:
http://www.muslimjourneytohope.com/watch.asp
enjoy. :cool:

Re: When the truth became clear...its awesome

PostPosted: Mon Dec 28, 2009 7:40 pm
by AbdulRahman
capner wrote:A good site to go to for more support is:
http://www.muslimjourneytohope.com/watch.asp
enjoy. :cool:



This is very good.

Re: When the truth became clear...its awesome

PostPosted: Mon Dec 28, 2009 7:56 pm
by HollowScar
Even Christians consider there to be an eternal hell, for disbelievers. In this hell, homosexuals will go to. My point is that every religion seems to have some flaws. Why have a religion? Why not just believe in a creator?

Re: When the truth became clear...its awesome

PostPosted: Mon Dec 28, 2009 11:14 pm
by Wootah
HollowScar wrote:Even Christians consider there to be an eternal hell, for disbelievers. In this hell, homosexuals will go to. My point is that every religion seems to have some flaws. Why have a religion? Why not just believe in a creator?


Well you are back in the game so I think it is better to let you dwell on these questions.

Re: When the truth became clear...its awesome

PostPosted: Mon Dec 28, 2009 11:26 pm
by byteresistor
HollowScar wrote:Why have a religion? Why not just believe in a creator?

Organized religion doesn't like that faith is a personal matter (even though the followers of most religions repeat it is a personal matter over and over again as if they're trying to convience themselfs rather than the critics). That would make religion pointless and we can't have that now can we? All the self appointed gods messangers (imams, priests, clerics etc.) would be out of a succesful con job.

Re: When the truth became clear...its awesome

PostPosted: Wed Dec 30, 2009 3:54 am
by HollowScar
It is a game, Mr. Wootah. I followed a religion for all my life, and recently left it. I do not need to dwell in questions, as I should not have any questions to begin with. If there is a creator, he would have been there. We don't have a powerful king, who does not rule, and hides until we die. All we have are scriptures that came to be. Yes, there are the authenticity of such scriptures, but they do not have any concrete proof. I try to read websites, and it the same thing. God will present himself, to whoever is sincerely looking. I don't want to play mind games, or feel emptiness, before I get my proof. I need it now more than ever, now that I feel lost.

Before, I was a guy who could fall on something. Now, I have no barrier. I cannot honestly say, that a really poor guy, wise at heart will go to heaven, and neither can I claim that a free life rapper or rock star will face the punishment for wasting excess wealth. With me, I only have a conscience which religion shaped for me all those years. That's all. I am not here to have rage, and anger, but rather to find the truth. Like a cave this life is, and I am still lost.

Re: When the truth became clear...its awesome

PostPosted: Sun Mar 14, 2010 6:50 am
by freeatlast2010
You are so lucky ur husband is open-minded and loves you enough to research his religion.
Most Muslim men will not do that. Wish u the the very best!!