My name is Madalina. I am 22 years old revert from Europe and this is my story:
I was born in a Christian orthodox family but never felt like i identified with the Faith. Certain concepts and rituals in Christianity did not make sense to me. I had this connection with God that i could not name.
During high-school i went through many years of depression and self-denial. I could not understand why we are here; where we are going;...
I grew up in an orthodox Christian village with my family, in a pretty traditional environment.
I loved talking to God since I was little. Even though I knew that God already knew everything, I was making sure I’ll tell Him all again after the end of my night prayers. I always felt that God guided me each second of the day.
I grew up, moved away and started to get my religious education .After time passed; I started to not feel...
I grew up as a Christian but my parents weren’t really practicing so as a teenager religion was not really a priority in my family. But I felt things happened for a reason, following a defined scheme and I had the need to get closer to God. At a certain point in my life, I started questioning the religion my family followed. I had the chance to meet some Muslims that made me get closer to Islam, in particular a classmate.
When you're starting to read this, you're probably here for a reason. If you're looking for reassurance, for a sign, for anything to make you feel like you're on the right path - I don't know if that is it. But I'll try to be honest here. I'm a girl that somehow ended up reverting to islam and this might be the most bizarre decision I've ever made in my life. I've never really cared about religion since no one around me has - people ...