Lessons from the admonishments of Luqman the Wise towards his son, and how we should admonish our children
The BBC recently published a news item entitled: “Muslim women’s segregation in UK communities must end”. The subject of the article was plans outlined by David Cameron to set up a fund of £20m to integrate Muslim women in to the UK.
The most beloved action to Allaah (the Majestic and Exalted) is happiness that you bring to a Muslim, and that you are an avenue of benefit to the rest of creation
… due to this, the Prophet (sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam) used to order justice in dealing with son and daughters even if they be little children
The righteous woman will remain in the company of her husband – if he is a righteous man – for many years. She is the ‘enjoyment’ that the Messenger spoke about
My mother seeks help from the dead and worships other than Allah in other ways as well. I continue to advise her but my efforts appear to be in vain.
The child is taught to not boast in front of his friends and peers about something that his parents own, or to boast regarding his food and clothes.
You should know that the child is a trust upon his parents, his heart like an innocent gem that is open to any inscription upon it