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Marriage a Bond of True LoveBY: Liyakat Shah | Category: Women | Submitted: 2012-06-25 09:43:35
Marriage A Bond Of True Love
Marriage is a Sunnat of Prophets (Peace And Blessings Upon Them) and the traditions is carried on by we humans. Marriage has a pure and clean relationship between two identical living beings. Both husband and wife are interdependent on each other. The happiness of successful marriage blooms like a flower everyday and spreads the fragrance of true love and co-operation in the house and society that too when both the souls have a common understanding in every aspect of life. Both of them stand firm at times of joy and sorrow. The male person is a hard worker as compared to female so the responsibility of earning Halal and feeding the family falls on his shoulders and its wife responsibility to manage all household work with elegance and manage the expenditure within the reach of her husband. Not to carve for that thing which is not in our reach and if we need it than we ought to work hard for achieving that status in life within Islamic circle. Remember that family is a very happy family who lives a simple and happy life. If we work for earning for too much of money than we may adopt some false means or may choose that route which is not permitted in Islam, too much of money may make a person far away from becoming religious minded. So one should be well satisfied with whatever we have. It is Allah's responsibility to feed and care us. Man is only a worker he keeps on working and Allah provides us with all sorts of amenities.
Marriage is such a beautiful relation that can solve our sexual problem as it is a human nature for sexual desires and for this God has given us the solution as marriage. So that we can have sex legally within Islamic circle to make alive a Sunnat of Prophets (Peace and blessings upon them)
Husband and wife must be religious by nature and should offer five time obligatory prayer and non-obligatory Nawafil prayers. This should be experimented for whole life which may add love and affection in both the souls. Similarly married couples should follow the Sunnat of beloved Prophet ( Peace and blessings upon Him) if every act of married life is lead with the Sunnat that our life would be most happier and prosperous, one would begin to feel as King and queen and this would give rise to new generations of kids of their own kinds.
Marriage is so pure that even Allah Rabbul Izzat has spoken about it in Holy Quran
The Quran says: "And among His Signs is this, that He created for you mates from among yourselves, that you may dwell in tranquillity with them, and He has put love and mercy between your (hearts)" (30:21)
"They (your wives) are as a garment to you, and you are as a garment to them." (2:187)
"He it is Who created you from a single soul, and of the same did He make his spouse, that he might find comfort in her."(7:189).
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