Be a decent and kind person and care for women and children and the elderly. (The Little Prince) Assalamu Alaikum Ummziba: You seem to have a lot of names ending in "a" you could have added mine to the list....

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They are not as bound by the ticking biological clock factor and can usually (not always) find a wife when they get serious about marriage.

Nawaz Khan*, in his 70s, has coffee with his wife in the lobby of the Walter E. He is in tears, worried about his very well-educated daughter’s prospects of finding a husband. He is amongst the many worried parents at the ISNA convention.

why not baby boys2, mumies can name their baby boys unless their is some sort of arrangement iv got to have power over this n that is part is under ur authority wassalam Many Arabs I know have named their first born son after their husbands father, a common cultural practice. They go by their diminutive with friends and family and aquaintences use their first name and patronimic....example Ekaterina Igorevna Petropavloskaia would be Katya to friends. ------------- Bismillah irrahman irrahim Assalamu alaikum jazak Allah khair sis ummziba for understanding hidden meaning n starting names for baby boys, sometimes i go a bit shy, hopefuly sis 222dnallohc dont mind well my favourite names are Muhammad Abdullah, Muhammad Ahmed, Muhammad Almujahid, Yahya, Zakariya, and basically any nice name and put Muhammad infront i was listening to 'The life of Muhammad' by Imam Anwar al-awlaki and he mentioned that he met some1 called Muhammad the tenth and he asked him reason behind it and the person goes that his father likes the name Muhammd so much he named all his sons Muhammad with first, second, third n so forth at end, subhan Allah wassalam i like muhammad,insha'Allah if i ever have a baby boy i will name him muhammad.-------------"You will never attain piety and righteousness,(and eventually paradise)until you spend of that which you love."(Al-Imran:92) Assalamu alaikum!

I also know some Indians whose daughters were named by the husbands sisters, again a cultural tradition. Here are the names of my nieces, i love them all Safa, Simrah, Sumaiyah, Salawah, Juwarriyah, Taiybah, Hansah, Hajerah, Alizah and Alibah.

Al Rahmah Marriage Bureau in Baltimore has two women for every man in its database.

At a local marriage brunch, many of the women attending were born and raised in the US, educated and articulate, while most of the men were first generation immigrants, without large local networks.

“We are modeling for our community the lack of marriages, single families and broken homes, that good practicing sisters may never get married.

So, if you are a young girl looking at the life of a mu’min versus the life of the dominant culture, the dominant culture may seem more alluring and look to have more opportunities than the mu’min life.

Sincerly Um Yasin-------------Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said "Be kind, for whenever kindness becomes part of something, it beautifies it.