Conversation Between LowRider and Xsmurfy786x
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Just take the risk dude, apply you might like it and you don't want to regret not doing the placeMent
I've been looking at more placements and I don't like the idea of having to move for 2 months on my own to some random place.
My sister gets to travel quiet a bit to the states and other nice places as she is one of the people in marketing.
Saudi - amazing but last i went i was in y7, I remember it but would love to go again, my family all went last year but left me at home to look after madrassa so my dad promised to take me next year inshallah
Syria - awesome, stayed for 8 days, it was another spiritual typa trip lots of scholars of Hadith are buried there, the karbala happened there so it was really good
Dubai, UAE - really good, pure chills though beaches and big houses and like really touristy
Greece - went in the summer with my friends, really good, was a good break from everything even though we stayed in the hotel pretty much the whole time coz we died of the heat lol
Wanted to go France but my mum didn't let me back in year 8 haha ... I still hold it against them lmao :P
I think I agreed with everything you more or less said.
I've been france, saudi, turkey and egypt.
France = was quiet young it wasn't anything special
Saudi = Obviously good spiritually
Turkey = Really nice would go again food was great and some good tourist attractions I would like to go syria too
Egypt = Alright but didn't really like it
i havent done any revision all day. so bad
not in the mood today, no motivation!
that was a short sweet reply to my massive posts lol :P
ive been to saudia arabia x3, syria, dubai, UAE and greece.
Which other countries have you been to apart from pakistan?
hey shouldn't you be revising
no not as a condition when doing a rishta gosh thats quite ridiculous, a girl has to leave her parents house, as much as she doesn't want to face it its the truth right
well its ideal that the guy is the head of the household of course but it has to be a compromise. tbh as a brit born pakistani girl whos going to uni to get a degree which will get me a job in the end, i know for a fact once im married i will probably work for 2 years or so and then i would want to sit at home look after the in laws and kids if any.. id always have the degree so if i wanted to go back to the job i always could but id prefer to stay at home n let the guy earn and provide, regardless of having a degree or whatever.
all that British born prospective of living life etc is all gibberish to me, being a muslim pakistani girl you actually have to take in consideration marriage family life and children innit.
ahhhh then that is not what I'm thinking of. lol
What I was thinking of was for example when you have rishtas and people are discussing and the girls side says that the boy should move to the girls city if he wants to marry the girl as a condition or something. I think I actually heard of something like that from my mum.
Obviously there should be discussion but on some level I kinda feel that the guy is the head of the household and certain final decisions fall on him if he's smart enough for that . Each group has to have there own leader but they still work hand in hand in harmony or I hope so .
In many households now both people are working so it is a compromise for some things like career and all that whereas maybe in the past it was all about the guy as he just provided. But the responsibility ultimately falls on the guy right?
nowadays it's kinda different as both people end up working I think ideally most guys would want there wife to be at home and for them to take care of them and all that stuff but that can be hard financially. We're kinda taught to think to be successful both people should have really good jobs and if you stay at home have kids and take care of them as a way of life then you haven't achieved you're potential in life from a British perspective.
ps: well done for replying quickly