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Obedience to parents in islam hadith pdf
Results 1 to 7 of 7. Thread: Obedience to Parents. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Obedience to Parents Hide this Ad Report bad ads? If you want to attain success in both worlds, then you should apply the following advice: 1. Speak politely to your parents and humble yourself before them and be kind to them, and never scold them nor express a word of disgust to them.
Obey your parents as long as no disobedience to Allah is involved. Never frown at them, nor give them an angry look. Honour them and guard their reputation and their property. Never take anything from them without permission. Do what pleases them, and help them out even without their asking for your help. Consult them in your own affairs, and apologise to them if you fail to do so.
Respond to them quickly and with a smile and when they call you. Treat with courtesy your parents' friends and relatives during their life and life after their death. Never argue with them, nor blame them and if they err, show them politely their error.
Never speak to them with loud voice, and listen politely to them.
Help around the house, and offer help to your father at his work. Do not travel without their permission, and if you do, keep in touch with them. Never enter their bedroom before knocking and receiving permission to enter.
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Never offend them by any bad habit that you may have. Never start eating before they do. Never give your wife or children priority over them.
Seek their pleasure, for doing so secures the pleasure of Allah. Do not sit on a place higher than theirs. If you maintain them, never be niggardly towards them. The way you treat them, your children will treat you. The most deserving of your kindness is your mother, then your father, and know that Jannah lies under the feet of mothers.
20 beautiful hadiths & Islamic sayings about parents
Never be disobedient to your parents, for this is the case of misery in both worlds. Ask your parents to supplicate in your favour, because Allah responds to their Du'aa for you or against you. Supplicate frequently for them, and ask Allah's forgiveness for them. Never cause anyone to curse them. The Prophet [sallallaahu alayhi wasallam] explained this by saying, 'When a man curses another, the other would curse the man's father.
So beware of this horrible sin. Remember whatever good deeds you do or accomplish, your parents will benefit from it after their death.
And remember too that the Prophet [sallallaahu alayhi wasallam] said, 'You and your property belong to your father'. Insaanah liked this post. Google ads Report bad ads?
The significance of obedience to parents
Re: Obedience to Parents Thanks for the above bro. I wish we all could remember the importance of the parents.
We are to honor them, serve them, and take care of them in such a way that pleases them. For we will find the pleasure of Allah in the pleasure of our parents. On the other hand, if a person is disrespectful, disobedient, or careless toward his parents, he has just opened his door to hell through this behavior. It is a sign of the importance of this issue that in the Qur'an, the command about our duties to the parents always occurs next to the command reminding us of our duties to Allah.
How children can honour their parents
To me is your return. Be good to your parents. Whether one or both of them attain old age in your life, say not to them a word of contempt, nor repel them, but address them in terms of honor. And, out of kindness, lower to them the wing of humility, and say: 'My Lord!
Bestow on them Your Mercy even as they cherished me in childhood.
This bracketing of the two obligations calls for reflection. The fact is that the relationship of parents and children is unique among all human relationships. Parents sacrifice everything for their children and genuinely want them to be better off than themselves, without any calculations or expectation of returns.
Obeying one’s husband comes before obeying one’s parents and siblings
Parental love is indeed part of Divine love. While parental love is mostly instinctive, the way we treat our parents has been left to us. We can choose to honor and obey them or we can choose to do otherwise. Hence the reference to heaven and hell. For it is through exercise of our free will that we choose the path of heaven or hell.
There is another important reminder here: We should never think that we have done all we had to do. This is a very different concept of the family then one finds in today's society.
In English the common metaphor used to describe the family is that of the bird's nest. Little birds stay in the nest and are taken care of by the parents.
Hadith on Obedience: No obeying creation if disobeying the Creator
A soon as they grow up they leave the nest to enjoy their own life. Of course, grown up birds do not know or care about parents or grandparents or uncles or aunts or other relatives.
For their low level animal existence this is okay because they don't have to build a civilization or develop human society. Unfortunately, this metaphor too closely reflects the real life in the West, which has descended to the level of birds and animals. In this society, father is the "old man," and the battle cry of the young man is, "this is my life, leave me alone.
The resulting devastation is now well known. Family has been disintegrated beyond recognition and human relations have been decimated. Old people live a sad existence in retirement homes. Sacrifice, commitment, and deference to parental authority, are as alien as the extended family, and increasingly, even the normal family. Compared to this despicable situation the family life in the Muslim countries is a great blessing despite the general decline there. Today this institution of the family is under attack from all directions.
Forty Ahadith on Parents
A central line of attack incites children in rebellion against parents and targets parental authority in the name of what else children's rights. Those who are living and growing up in this environment, and who have absorbed its cultural symbols, and its metaphors may find Islam's teachings as strange as does a sick person when tasting normal, healthy, and good-tasting food. Nevertheless, it is important that we remind ourselves and our children of Islam's teachings regarding parents.
Here is a summary: We must honor and respect out parents under all circumstances. It does not depend on their having "earned" this honor in our eyes.
It is a right granted to them even if they are non-Muslim. The most important thing in this regard is our conduct toward them.
We are not to say a word of contempt or even one showing the slightest level of irritation, rather we must show great humility toward them. We must obey them within the bounds of the Shariah. In Islam, there is no absolute obedience to any one.
All obedience of subordinates to the bosses, of the children to the parents, of the ruled to the rulers, of the wife to the husband are constrained by an overriding principal described in Hadith: "There is no obedience to a creation in disobedience to the Creator.
In one Hadith the Prophet, Sall-Allahu alayhi wa sallam, repeated the statement three times "even if the parents had been unjust to him. As an example, scholars say that leaving home to invite people to Islam, though a very meritorious act, is a voluntary good deed and therefore subject to approval by the Muslim parents. It is their right that we should also pray for them, both while they are alive and after their death.
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It is doubtful that anyone praying for his parents will then turn around and intentionally do things to hurt them. The good conduct toward the parents should also be extended to their friends and relatives. While we do all this with a deep sense of gratitude and with an eye toward the rewards in the Hereafter, it is also important to remember that good or bad behavior toward the parents also brings its rewards and punishments in this world.
Those who bring sorrow to their parents will see sorrow themselves and those who bring joy to them will see joy themselves in this life. Re: Obedience to Parents Indeed it's a duty upon every Muslim brother and sister, old or young to obey their parents.
May Allah give us the ability to do so. Re: Obedience to Parents Ameen. Good points brother mmc and nice article Swanlake!
Even though our parents or we think may not understand us we still have to obey them.