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Believe me, I have spent many nights racking my brain trying to figure this one out for myself back in my teenage years.I yearned for that one magical verse or explanation that makes everything clear.(See: The Truth about Why Women and Men can't be "Just Friends" [VIDEO])There are some folks out there who date but due to factors like religion, trust, outrage from parents etc. That may be admirable to some extent but Lord knows there's this lingering feeling deep inside the psyche; the growing desire for contact and romance.When that's the issue, you should ask yourself one question: "What's the point of winning the battles of avoiding the physical stuff while your soul is losing the war from all the energy and effort that's being drained away and spent? You either remove yourself from the situation or end the guilt and get married.You may try to ease your mind quickly by defining sexual relations as intercourse only, leaving all other contact as fair game.It's a pretty good argument I've tried to use myself more than once.In this case, the relationship should be called a friendship, not dating, and all parties involved should have a clear understanding of this from the very beginning without any room for guesswork or temptation.Even then, what one day seems like just a friendship may develop into something more.
For some, there may be a sincere intention to have only a platonic social interaction with a person.Typically, the word dating is used when a guy and a girl develop both an intimate physical and social relationship together.The physical part is as simple as holding hands and gradually evolves into hugging, kissing and eventually S-E-X.By that time, the "rightfully yours" dream date may be out of your life and you realize your useful excuse provided temporary pleasure at a great expense to your soul.
The main problem with the rightfully yours argument is that this Quranic statement has nothing to do with supporting dating intentions.Let me break the suspense by saying that I have yet to find that one verse.