Love for children and life partner

Children are a gift of the Merciful Creator. They should be seen as amanat - what is entrusted to you in temporary storage, you need to protect them, treat them with wisdom and gentleness. A sign of the love for children for the sake of Allah is that you will bring them in accordance with the instructions of the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him), who said:

"Among the rights of the child over the parent are three: To give him a good name, to teach him to write and to marry him when he comes of age".

Also look at this example from history. It was narrated from Umar, may Allah be pleased him. A man with his son came to him and said: "Verily, my son is sinning against me". Umar, may Allah be pleased with him, said to the son: "Aren't you afraid of the wrath of God for sin towards your father?" The son said: "O commander of the faithful, does son have the right over the father?" Umar, may Allah be pleased him, said: "Yes there is. In order not to cause grief to the son, the father should not marry a woman of low birth". Then Umar, may Allah be pleased him, said: "The Father is obliged to give his son a good name and teach him the Quran". The son said: "I swear to Allah, my father humiliated my mother". He bought her for four dirhams from Sindh. My father did not give me a good name, and called me a "fool" and did not teach me any of the Verse of the Book of Allah. Umar, may Allah be pleased him, looked at his father and said: "You say that your son offends you, but really, you yourself have committed a sin. Depart from me".

Love for life partner because she is a gentle gift of the grace of Allah. But in any case, do not connect your love with her fleeting beauty. Truly, fairest side in a woman - is her softness, the ability to exercise care, gentle disposition, lurking in her inherent elegance and femininity. 

The Supreme Lord said: 

"They are clothing for you and you are clothing for them". (The Quran, 2:187)

The Mufti of the Republic of Tatarstan Kamil hazrat Samigullin

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