Romance and Islam

My research to expand my understanding of Romance takes me to unexpected places.

I came across an article filled with suggestions on keeping romance alive with your sweetheart. The author’s insights included:

  • For a successful marriage, romance, affection, and passion are important;
  • Happy couples put the time and effort to keep romance alive in their marriage;
  • Sometimes it is the little things that you do that can keep the romance blooming;
  • Try to be in tune with one another’s feelings with “emotional intelligence”;
  • Surprise your spouse with a gift to express your love and appreciation;
  • Call your partner with the most beloved of names to him/her. Use nicknames to show affection.

My favorite suggestion? “Open the car door for your wife every time she gets in and out of your car. It may seem trivial to the husband, but it makes a woman feel respected and pampered”.

Where do you think I found these suggestions?

If you guessed the worldwide web, you’re correct. My commitment to deepen my understanding of Romance includes web searches about Romance.

What surprised me was the source – Amal Al-Sibai who regularly contributes articles to the Saudi Gazette.

The author provided these insights within the context of the Muslim community. The article encourages Muslims to keep Romance Alive with their sweetheart as part of the duty of their faith.

Two reasons I shared this with you:

  1. The need to Keep Romance Alive cuts across faith and cultural differences, and
  2. You can find insights into Keeping Your Romance Alive in surprising places.

No matter your time zone, no matter the hemisphere where you’re located, no matter your cultural background, keeping Romance Alive is important to your relationship.

I encourage you to be a romantic pupil. Search the Internet and discover suggestions and ideas for “keeping romance alive”. Robert

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Helping people grow relationships via romance. Been studying, researching, observing what is romance and how to be romantic since the 90's.
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