We bring you a new pro polygamy in Islam blog. The posts will answer the most often asked questions about polygamy in Islam. Additionally, we give free advice. Especially being that most who write on this blog have life experience in polygamy, which they share here. We welcome all to share their stories.
The new pro polygamy in Islam blog is somewhat different from the earlier edition. We’ve renewed it and added a special discussion forum for each month. The discussion forum is for questions, answers, meet and greet, and general chats. People still share the most personal, intimate details of their lives about polygamy or marriage in general. They do it all without disclosing who they are. We all continue to learn from one another. One thing we all learn is that we’re not alone.
Why I designed a new pro polygamy in Islam blog
In August 2014, a couple of people from this and another blog in cyberspace set out to destroy lives, the lives of my husband, me and others on this blog. They messed with our information and stole content. They twisted our material around, distorted the facts, and flat-out lied. Allah lets us know that it’s what some people do. They lie. Therefore, what those mischievous people have done shouldn’t have surprised me. They will try to hurt us. I like the saying from the movie, “The Interview”- “They hate us cuz they ain’t us.”
What happened may not have seemed good at the time, but it was. I’m becoming internationally known. I’m moving away from the incognito. I like getting to know people from all over the planet.Things happen that bring about a change for the better.
Allah doesn’t do anything without a reason or a purpose. I’ve said before that everything has a life. The life of the earlier edition of the polygamy 411 blog was over. Everything has a time and a place. We can’t re-live the past. We, however, can learn from it to have a better present and future. The new pro polygamy in Islam blog is super cool.
The new pro polygamy in Islam blog still consists of the bright, intelligent, articulate, kind and thoughtful people
I’ve come to find that many out there in cyberspace are miserable. As a result, they want other people to join them in their misery. Nevertheless, I’ve come to accept that some people have a strong dislike for me. It’s amazing and flattering to know people care enough about me to have me on their minds and tongues all the time.
Nonetheless, I’m getting used to being the subject of public ridicule. People ridiculed and treated harshly Allah’s Prophets (Peace and blessings of Allah be upon all of them).
I, in no way am saying that I compare to the Prophets who are our examples. I simply pray to Allah for the strength to endure ill-treatment the way they did. I’m grateful to Allah that He has not given me a burden like that which He placed on those who came before me. Furthermore, I pray He will not give me a burden more than I have the strength to bear.
Insha Allah, I will continue to write the posts on the new pro polygamy in Islam blog, based on what I know
I will continue to write based on what I have learned from everyone here, as well. I will write posts that will benefit those who are in need of the information that they can’t find elsewhere.
Use the discussion forum as you see fit. Also, if there is something in particular that you would like me to write about, please contact me by way of the “contact us” form or write it in the discussion section.
Finally, please be careful with what you share on this or any blog. I will keep safe and secure your information and identity as best I can. I can’t, however, control hateful people in cyberspace and what they do.
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