Mirza.mm9

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  • Located Munich
  • Nationality Indian
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  • Year of birth 1985

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  1. Mirza.mm9 added a post in a topic: 'I thought I was Jesus,' says man who killed wife   

    @ Krieg, I am sorry if you have misunderstood my post, since I was only trying to give an example there. This is the only reason why I have used the words "For Example" !!

    Probably, I should have been more clear by saying "a particular Muslim family".

    The whole idea of my post if against generalization, and it would be unfair if I myself am not practicing it.

    @ Irish Lassie, I hope you got your answer to with the above explanation. There might be some Muslim families who do not have any issues with alcohol around, and some might have. The point is not that!

    From a broader and more intelligent perspective, the point I was trying to make was that in spite of having differences in ideology, people from different cultures and religions should always look for those common grounds, mingle with the society and promote peace and love.

    Peace
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  2. Mirza.mm9 added a post in a topic: 'I thought I was Jesus,' says man who killed wife   

    @George16: Integration: In a way you are correct that most of the Muslim women and men will not be willing to take part in occasions which makes them feel uncomfortable due to their own religious teachings and sentiments. For example, A Muslim family would never want to socialize with another family while there is alcohol around etc. BUT, then again does it mean they are a bad group of people who do not want to mix? I do not think so. To me everything lies in one's thought. Are we sure there are no aspects at all that we can embrace each other and find a common ground. This is how I think, and I believe in it and practice it totally. We should try to find a common ground for socializing and integrating with each other. For instance, inviting each other for Lunch parties, going on picnics together and so many more. There is another point I would like to clear: Please note that Muslim women are not totally dependent on what their husbands say, they themselves are against something and it has nothing to do with their husband. I have nothing against my wife socializing with German women and their kids, for example at OR after kindergarten, during weekends etc. Another important point is that Integration is a "two-way" approach. Therefore, we cannot completely blame one side for not being able to integrate. We should also look at the other side, how open they are and how willing they are to embrace. There might be some Muslim families which are not willing to integrate with the society, well I must say it is bad for them not for the society. But this does not mean that all the Immigrant families are not integrating, let me give our own example: We are only 10 months in Germany, and have taken a house on purpose far away from the city in a village. So that we have all Germans around us, and very few (none in our case) immigrant families. Because I believe this will help us and our daughter to integrate with the village and learn the language as quickly as possible. We have some German friends who visit our house and we visit theirs, and simply request that we are not comfortable with alcohol. And believe me it works! So if you see, we should work towards finding a common ground, a common point where both the parties are comfortable with each other! Thank you for your invitation, and I really appreciate and me and my wife would have no problems in visiting your house. As for concerts we are not really in music, but we have visited several churches several times to attend weddings with friends etc. I feel sad that you see a worse future, but again this is your point of view and your way of thinking, and i respect that. To me, I see a happy future with several cultures and religions co-existing peacefully with each other. I hope for this, and I will work towards it. It is very important how we think, as thoughts sometimes leads to actions. Peace forever.
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  3. Mirza.mm9 added a post in a topic: Health insurance costs for the whole family   

    Hi All, Im expecting to relocate to Munich with my family, i.e. My wife and a newborn child at a gross annual salary of 45,000 Euros. What healthcare costs, health insurance costs should i be expecting/month for my family? Just trying to find out my monthly expenses. Will highly appreciate your advise, experiences etc.
    Thanks a lot.
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  4. Mirza.mm9 added a post in a topic: Living cost calculation for spouse visa   

    Thanks Guys :)
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  5. Mirza.mm9 added a post in a topic: Living cost calculation for spouse visa   

    Dear All,

    Very soon I shall be relocating with my Family to Munich, i.e. my Wife and a new born baby. My company has offered me 45,000 Euros Annual Gross Salary, Company Car, Fuel Card, Phone + Internet. Just wondering if this will be sufficient enough for us. We are planning to rent an apartment close to Munich, in places like Dachua, Ismaning, Heberthausen, Garching etc. Also, can you please help me how much tax will be deducted?

    Will highly appreciate your advise and help.
    THanks a lot
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  6. Mirza.mm9 added a post in a topic: How to calculate my net salary   

    Hello All,

    I would soon be relocating to Munich with my family i.e. My wife and my new born child. The company has offered me 45000 euro annual gross salary, company car, fuel card, 100 euro/month for my home office, and internet +phone. Just wondering if this would be sufficient for me and my family to live comfortably outside munich (dachau, ismaning, garching, heberthausen etc).

    will highly appreciate if anyone can advise or share their experiences.

    thanks a lot.
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  7. Mirza.mm9 added a post in a topic: How to calculate my net salary   

    Hello All,

    I would soon be relocating to Munich with my family i.e. My wife and my new born child. The company has offered me 45000 euro annual gross salary, company car, fuel card, 100 euro/month for my home office, and internet +phone. Just wondering if this would be sufficient for me and my family to live comfortably outside munich (dachau, ismaning, garching, heberthausen etc).

    will highly appreciate if anyone can advise or share their experiences.

    thanks a lot.
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