Sunday, June 19, 2011

Road to Paradise Through Your Mother's Feet


Road to Paradise goes Through Feet of Your Mother
Family life and values are the basic principles of Islamic Society. These values and principles are becoming more and more important in present day social environment. When Age Old Homes and Senior Living , Assisted Living become fastest growing segment in Healthcare business. Under such circumstances these binding values are of great importance when Children loves their parents in old age and care their well being. When Children loves their parents when Parent needs best care. This is Islam.

Islam teaches how to treat each of thread of the society. And these threads when comes together is strong Islamic Society based on love and respect.
Islam is all about Love and taking care of each your near dear. Each of society gets its due share of the love and respect. Today world is searching for Love and Peace in their life.
Let embrace those who are looking for love, looking for peace by our deeds and by delivering our responsibility. If we start following Islam, definitely people looking for peace will flock in Islam by huge number. Ramdan is near, Let us pray all, so that we give best examples in our lives to follow.

If we follow Islam in day and night definitely success will be granted to all of us Here and Hereafter. This is the Promise of Allah the Almighty.

Prophet ( Peace be upon Him) and Importance of FamilyOnce a companion (may Allah be pleased with him) asked the Prophet (PBUH) as to whom he should show more kindness. The Prophet (PBUH) replied: "Your mother." He (may Allah be pleased with him) asked who comes next and the Prophet (PBUH) again replied: "Your mother." He (may Allah be pleased with him) asked the Prophet (PBUH) yet again who comes next. The Prophet (PBUH) replied: “Your mother." When the companion asked for the fourth time, only then did the Prophet (PBUH) reply: "Your father."

‘Abdullaah Ibn Mas’ood (RA) said: “I asked the Prophet (PBUH) which deed is most liked by Allah? He (PBUH) said: ‘Prayer offered on time.’ I asked him: ‘Then what? He (PBUH) said: ‘Kindness and respect towards parents.’…” [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim
(17:24) 2. Treat your parents with great consideration; if either or both of them live with you in their old age, do not say even "fie" to them: nor rebuke them, but speak kind words to them; treat them with humility and tenderness and pray: "Lord, be merciful to them just as they brought me up with
(17:25) Your Lord best knows what is in your minds. if you live righteously, He surely forgives and turns towards all such people as are penitent and obedient.

This verse enjoins that after Allah's right, the greatest of aII the human rights is the right of parents: therefore, the children should obey and serve and respect their parents. The collective morality of society should make it incumbent on children to be grateful and respectful to their parents, they should serve them as they nursed and brought them up in their childhood. Above aII, this verse is not merely a moral recommendation but is the basis of the rights and powers of parents the details of which we find in the Books of Hadith and Fiqh. Moreover, respectful behavior and obedience to and observance of the rights of parents comprise the most important element of the material education and moral training in the Islamic Society and civilization. Incidentally, all these things have determined for ever the principle that the Islamic State shall make the family life sound and secure by laws, administrative regulations and educational policy and prevent its disintegration.
17:26) 3. Fulfil your obligations towards your relatives and the indigent and the wayfarer.
(31:14) We enjoined upon man to be dutiful to his parents. His mother bore him in weakness upon weakness, and his weaning lasted two years. (We, therefore, enjoined upon him): “Give thanks to Me and to your parents. To Me is your ultimate return.
The whole passage from lure to the end of the paragraph is a parenthesis, which AIIah has inserted as a further explanation of the saying of Luqman.

HADITH : KINDNESS TO PARENTSThe Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was once asked: "Is there any kindness that I can do for my parents after their death?" He replied: "Yes, you can invoke blessings on them, seek forgiveness for them, carry out their final instructions after their death, join ties of relationship that are dependent on them, and honor their friends."Sunan of Abu-Dawood, Hadith 2440

Allah's Messenger (Blessings & peace be upon him) said: ‘Let him be humbled into dust! Let him be humbled into dust!’ It was said: ‘O Allah's Messenger (Blessings & peace be upon him) who is he?’ He (Blessings & peace be upon him) said: ‘He who sees either of his parents during their old age or he sees both of them, but he does not enter Paradise (through his deeds of service towards them)!’

The Messenger of Allah (saws) said, "Shall I inform you of the biggest of the Greatest sins?" They said, "Yes, O Allah's Messenger (saws)!" He (saws) said, "To join partners in worship with Allah, and to be UN-dutiful to one's parents." Sahih Al-Bukhari Hadith 8.290 Narrated by Abu Bakr

The Quran 2:83] We made a covenant with the Children of Israel: "You shall not worship except GOD. You shall honor your parents and regard the relatives, the orphans, and the poor. You shall treat the people amicably. You shall observe the Contact Prayers (Salat) and give the obligatory charity (Zakat)." But you turned away, except a few of you, and you became averse.

[The Quran 6:151] Say, "Come let me tell you what your Lord has really prohibited for you: You shall not set up idols besides Him. You shall honor your parents. You shall not kill your children from fear of poverty - we provide for you and for them. You shall not commit gross sins, obvious or hidden. You shall not kill - GOD has made life sacred - except in the course of justice. These are His commandments to you, that you may understand."

The Quran 46:15] We enjoined the human being to honor his parents. His mother bore him arduously, gave birth to him arduously, and took intimate care of him for thirty months. When he reaches maturity, and reaches the age of forty, he should say, "My Lord, direct me to appreciate the blessings You have bestowed upon me and upon my parents, and to do the righteous works that please You. Let my children be righteous as well. I have repented to You; I am a submitter."

(46:15) We have enjoined man to be kind to his parents. In pain did his mother bear him and in pain did she give birth to him. The carrying of the child to his weaning is a period of thirty months. And when he is grown to full maturity and reaches the age of forty, he prays: “My Lord, dispose me that I may give thanks for the bounty that You have bestowed upon me and my parents, and dispose me that I may do righteous deeds that would please You, and also make my descendants righteous. I repent to You, and I am one of those who surrender themselves to You.”

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