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I am in love with a girl from a completely different background watch

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    Hi guys.

    Well, to begin my story, I have recently fell in love with a Muslim girl. We met several months ago at college, we are in the same class. As I helped her with her project once, we started working together a lot for the most of the group assignments after that. I think that is how we became very close friends, and I can say she is probably one of my best/closest friends now.

    A month ago we started asking each other to hang out, normally we go for lunch or a coffee. So I guess they don't really count as "dating". What I wanna say here is that she never refuses me. We talk a lot every time we meet, we do share a lot a same interests such as TV shows, food and stuff, so we always have a good chat without running out of topics or feeling awkward.

    I really like this girl, but the thing that bothers me is that, we are from a completely different background. I am a Chinese with no religion, and she is Muslim. Well, I do not really care about races or religions at all. However, I am not so sure about her. She told me once that her parents are going to decide her marriage, and she said she is fine with it.

    Ok, here are also some little things I should let you know.

    1, I am transferring to another college in a different country (there is nothing I can do), we might not see each other again. I have got only a month time with her now.

    2, She took me to the place she lives, only me and her. (Well, nothing "special" happened, we just had tea)

    3, She is open minded with good behaviour.

    As I don't really have much time left spending with her, I don't really know what to do now. Do you guys think I should tell her my feeling?

    You might as well tell her. If she doesn't feel the same way it doesn't matter too much as you're moving to a different country.

    You need to tell her how you feel, if you dont its going to haunt you for the rest of your life
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