No matter what religion you happen to be, tapping into your spirituality is easier when you have a reminder of what you believe. That's what makes a religious tattoo such a great choice. It allows you to share something you're passionate about and lets you give yourself a simple reminder of your beliefs anytime you need one. Here are some fantastic options that can inspire you.
Which one do you love the most? Where will you get it?
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Monica Somehow I feel a religious tattoo is bizarre.. In the sense that faith is within.. So to brandish it on your body is strange
RaniSami Don't get Christian stuff as tattoos if you're Christian when the bible literally says to not get tattoos at all lol don't get a Buddhist tattoo if you're not a Buddhist don't get a Hindu tattoo of ur not Hindu etc etc. religious tattoos make no sense when u actually think about it. just get a necklace or something!
TessaMito @RaniSami: Old Testament law says not to get tattoos. But if you’re a Christian, and you read the New Testament, then you’d know you don’t have to follow those laws. If you eat pork and cheeseburgers, and if you wear mixed fibers clothing, then you can get a tattoo. So basically, unless you’re Jewish, then those laws aren’t binding.
How would she know when she is not a muslim. ? Don't know why crescent is being considered symbol of Islam though there is no such rule been ordered in Quran or sunnah. Just a practice. The other thing is my grand dad had his name tattooed on his arm since child hood and it was a practice in the area where he was born. Just to keep little children safe and known and returned back to their families if get lost. We are Muslims by generations. The point is some times even a follower of some special faith doesn't know his faith completely and even if he does, he might take a decision opposite to the faith. Just a point of view. No offence intended.
Lala Very beautiful with the meanings great blessings