Warrior Princess

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  1. Assalamu Alaikum I think that the main reason is that the parents themselves do not know the answers to some of the questions and also they find it difficult to give answers to their children---because they know that they will not like it (Ex. "thats not fair" <---try to convice a little kid when their mind is already made up). And also its cultural too---a lot of parents do not feel comfortable discussing some topics with their children.
  2. Femme Fatale You brought tears to my eyes walahi. I have always heard from pro and anti-abortionist both men and women...but this is a totally different side to the abortion issue. MOst people dont realize that the fetus experiences pain during the abortion. Unbearable pain.
  3. ^^I dont think she made up the question. Thats how it was worded and you only have two choice. (I think I saw this somewhere before ). But I think if you have a different slant on this...you can offer it to. Case 1: Yes I think so. Then people would take more responsibility for the welfare of others. Although there should be laws in place to protect them against frivilous lawsuits. Dark Angel: There was a case where a woman was being raped in a PARK during DAYLIGHT and no one came to help her. Passed her by..men and women. Its scary walahi..how everyone is looking out for themselves only.
  4. Cause an Idle mind is the devils playground. There is something about the anonymity of the net that makes pple act out. 4) WHy does Bush resemble a monkey?
  5. :eek: :eek: You dont like shopping? What!!!ITs like in our genes to shop girl. Havent you heard quote from the Emperess/Conqueress when she came to Someplace (forgot the name) I came, I saw, I did a little Shopping Starbucks coffee ....I tried so hard to resist...but cant.
  6. If a man is standing in the middle of the forest speaking and there is no woman around to hear him, is he still wrong? Why do somalians claim everyting has vitamins? OR everything contains keemikaals?
  7. :eek: :eek: Somali parents talk about Sex?? yeah right, not in a million years. It's not part of our culture or religion. So how should kids be educated about sex?? well just send them to Osama's boot camp...he will for sure teach them..alright! :mad:
  8. WOW A MAN BEATER!! Thats a problem now...if anywomen is in that kind of situation, i suggest you to get out your baseball bat and start beating his *** . No women deserves that kind of violence from her husband and if these men dont want our violence then they should think again the next time they lay their hand on us.
  9. loool, wow a what a great plan to excape, they were almost out! well too bad boys...maybe next time you will find a fence there.lool
  10. loool, wow that was off the hook! i love it.
  11. Somali_chick, so what your saying, is that you will marry a guy that has his deen hoping that he will aslo be kind, smart, caring and stuff like that. Sis just because a man knows his deen does not actually mean he will automatically have all these other characteristics. Anyhow sis, you would marry for deen even though you say that love is needed in a relationship? Well i agree with you that deen is important but you also need to consider how the person is ...dont assume that just becasue they are religious they are also kind, smart, and caring. peace
  12. Man of Freedom, you are always talking about how it's impossible to please somali women; well nothing is impossible, however if your having trouble pleasing us, may i suggest you start looking else where.
  13. OG_Gril,sister, i understand what your saying but even if the person has the best of manners and really respects you, there is a chance that you might not still love them. People usually hurry to marry when they meet someone saying that they have a better chance of getting to know the person. well i believe that you should take your time when u meet the person and really get to know them. You dont have to marry them inorder to really know who they are or to see if they are meant for you...stuff like that. When u marry someone thats it, there's no going back. so before u marry the person u should decide if they are good for you. To get to know the person, you can go to areas that are public...i'm not saying to do the gaalo way. You can still follow the islamic way and yet get to know the person.
  14. OG_Moti, sorry to break apart your theory but your theory is not true for everyone. I'm a living prove that there can be love without hate. You say that it was "scientifically proven that without hate love does not exist", however you should know that science is not always right. It was scientifically proven, also, that humans evolved from apes. So bro, not everything sceince says is true. Did you had to hate your parents/someone esle in order to love them. Inorder for them to love you, did they first had to hate you? When we are first born, we know that the feelings we get when our parents kisses,feeds and change us is a good feeling. So how did we know that these feelings are good feelings and later associate it with love? Did the infant had to hate inorder to say this is a good feeling? Hate doesn't need to tell me that love is a good feeling. Hate is a disease and it blackens the heart. Give love not hate.
  15. Wow ManshaAllah, so many benefits. plz,we should strive hard to pray all five prayers on time.
  16. ManshaALlah sister, this was a beautiful story it really made me sad. As Qac Qaac said, we are to blame for not being strong in our religion. May Allah guide us back to the right path and may Allah protect us from the wrong doers.Amiin
  17. lol diamond, so i guess for you its impossible to fall in love with someone who's not religious or educated..interesting. OG_GIrl, so your saying to marry the person if they are religious and educated ...and that love will come after? what if love never comes? I hear many people say love comes after marriage but i say "hell no", there's noway i could marry someone i didnt love. x_quizit and mis_Nasima , obviously when you love someone they will have all the characteristics your looking for, other wise there is no love. You love someone for a reason however, sometimes they dont encompass all that your looking for. SO would u still love them? Shaabella, sis, love doesnt stimulate your brain cells?lol OG_moti, interesting theory bro...however, i have never experienced hate but yet i know love exists. We dont need hate in order to love, we dont need to know how hate feels inorder to know how love feels. If i would have to expereince hate inorder to know what love is...i dont think i would ever want to know what love is. Qac Qaac, i agree, you have to be religious if you want a religious person. However, there are always those who act religious when they want to get someone religious. so you cant always believe what you see.
  18. I have noticed many articles about "love" in this forum...so i was wondering, is love all you need?? Would you care about other things like the person's education, physical health (if they're disabled), and most importantly whether the person is religious. I believe in love, but it's not only about love. IF i was truly in love with a man and i knew he wasn't religious i would not marry him. (when i say religious i dont mean the basic stuff) Well enough about me, i want to hear your views. SO, IS LOVE ALL YOU NEED??
  19. Wow. This is not a hard question. But the real question is, would you love someone who does not love you back?? If i'm in love with someone and they dont love me back, how are we going to have a solid relationship? I would not settle for someone who does not love me back. Nor would i waste my time with someone i truly love, knowing that they will never love me the way i love them. SO, nothing would work out when one person is loving and the other one is just being loved. At the end you would want someone to love you the way you love them.
  20. ManshaAllah this is a beautiful topic. I dont think we can ever repay for what our mothers have done for us. I will always be grateful for what my mother has done for me and our family. When the civil war in somalia started, my Dad was not in Somalia with us at that time, so it was my Mom who had to take all 6 children out of Mogadishu. We traveled many times within somalia, through gunshots and dead people everywhere. It was our Mom who comforted us and told us everything will be alright. It was our Mom who led us from somalia to Nariobi and later to Canada. Through hardship, our Mom tried to make us feel better by telling us happy stories. I remember when we were in this boat, that was about to crush, coming from somali and heading to nariobi...how our Mom would say happy things even though there was chaos all around us. I will always be grateful for what my Mom has done for me and my family. She is the most strongest somali women and one day i wish to make her happy, the way she made me happy. I LOVE YOU MOM.
  21. loooooooool. OG_Moti, brother lets be real now...i doubt any somali girl,at least those, living in da west is gona be replying to you that way. Walahi its hard to understand that; however, i can understand some of the girls back home playing hard to get. But come on, for us girls living out in the west when a guy tells us that we are his "world" and he truly means it, i doubt she will say KIR. But then again i cant speak for all the somali ladies. peace
  22. lol diamond, well i guess your right, i'm wasting my time and energy with Man of freedom. As from this moment i'm done, no more replying to this topic. Me and Man of freedom meant for each other?? lol sis, you must be kidding me! well peace and love to you all
  23. Conspiracy, ofcourse HIV doesn't know a gender; at the moment i was just talking about the somali males, since Man of freedom seems to think that they possess the best qualities. And no i have never had a bad experience with a somali man, i just refuse to except that there is actually a somali man that has all these qualities.
  24. looooool. Good one sis i love the short term memory and the self-esteem one.lol