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(salam) Brothers & Sisters, I trust you are all in the best of health. Firstly a dua for you all. I pray that all you brothers and sisters who are married have the best marriage filled with love and compassion. And both of you grow stronger religiously together and never ever ever have to face separation. And if you are facing difficulty in marriage may Allah(swt) put mercy and love in your hearts for each other. Ameen. And for those brothers and sisters who are not yet married, I pray that you find the best spouse who would love and cherish you. Put all your needs before his/her own needs. And you never ever ever have to face separation. Ameen. I got married several months ago and I have been researching on marriage rights and divorce quite a lot. For what I have understood, marriage in Islam is such a sacred bond but nowadays we are toying with it, abusing it. Why? Allah(swt) has made this bond so beautiful. Allah(swt) has made your spouse your garment. A human being who supports you emotionally and completes you. Your spouse is your wonderful companion. Allah(swt) has put mercy and love between you two. :wub: I have seen couples separating and for the most absurd reasons. The divorce rate is on the rise which really pains my heart. Islamically, it is a permissible act but why do we forget that it is disliked by Allah(swt). I was researching on what kind of women should be divorced and came across the following hadith. I hope it will stress my point of writing this thread. It was reported to the Holy Prophet that Abu Ayyub Ansari had decided to divorce his wife. The Prophet knew the woman personally. He also knew that Abu Ayyub's decision was not justified. He said: "Divorcing Umme Ayyub (Abu Ayyub's wife) is a deadly sin". The Holy Prophet said that Gabriel had exhorted and counselled him so much in respect of women that he felt that it was not permissible to divorce a woman, except when she was guilty of adultery. Imam Sadiq (AS) has reported that the Holy Prophet said: "There is nothing more pleasing to Allah(swt) than the house where a marriage takes place, and nothing is more displeasing to Him(swt) than the house where it is severed by divorce" Imam Sadiq (AS) has also said that the word 'divorce' has been mentioned in the Qur'an time and again and its details have been given because Allah(swt) hates separation of couples. AI-Tabarsi in the Makarim al-Aklaq has quoted the Prophet as saying: "Do marry but do not divorce, for divorce shakes the throne of Allah(swt)". Imam Sadiq (AS) has said: "No permissible act is more displeasing to Allah than divorce. Allah dislikes those who resort to divorce again and again". May Allah(swt) have mercy on us all and also guide us to the right path. And also make us in to a true momin. Ameen. (wasalam)
http://www.shiachat.com/forum/index.php?/topic/234998269-unspoken-attraction/ Today, an extremely tragic movement happened. This spectacular and humorous thread disappeared and now we have been denied access to it. Hence, I have no choice but to open this thread in commemoration of that beloved thread. Our right to view such a topic has been vetoed. This is an earnest and polite request to the Admin to restore our right of viewing it. There have been plenty of other threads that have been alot worse in content [masturbation topics and ferocious cuss battles, for instance] that we haven't been denied access to, yet such topics online receive a 'lock'. Why are you being inconsistent in this matter, then? Surely, the thread isn't bad to that extremity. The ones who stirred the commotion are the ones who corrupted this otherwise innocent thread. The thread should be open for everyone but 'locked'. I need a petition, please. A lot of members worked hard giving advice and it's quite different from other threads which makes it rather refreshing. Please heed my calls, Ya Admins. You should be using your authority in a democratic manner, power to the people, not in a fascist or authoritarian fashion. It's only fair. Ok, LebanesePrincess, you can take the mic now.
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