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  • al-siddiq
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    Originally posted by DaughterOfAdam View Post
    Your mother sounds amazing mashAllah. Be grateful because not everyone has a mother like that.

    :wswrwb:
    It's true that if the mother is not righteous or has been thrown outside her natural motherly element there can be problems.

    But children can, generally, help change their mothers into this.

    You have to remember at the end of the day your mother is another woman. You need to treat her well, and you will find she will start to compensate you.

    Originally posted by afrasayab View Post
    Misleading title. Dude that is your mom, she will do anything for you and she has been doing similar stuff for you even before you were born.

    Don't expect the same treatment from your wife...
    Originally posted by zainah View Post
    I don't understand why this thread is in the marriage section tbh.

    A mothers love is unconditional and the strongest love in this world. Her love is not replaceable unlike a wife's love.. today she might love you and tomorrow she might not love you any more. Alhamdullilah for our mothers. May Allah swt bless them and reward them with the best in this dunya and in akhira.
    Originally posted by Salman Al-Farsi View Post
    I do agree with this to some extent, what my wife does for our son she doesn't do for me because she is his mum not mine. lol
    I do not agree with any of this.

    A mother is a woman, and a woman gives affection to those she loves. In fact, the husband has the ability to earn greater love of his wife than even the children, and this is because the husband can have relationships of physical intimacy and of intellectual and emotional companionship that the son or daughter cannot have.

    That is why when we know from the stories that (I think it was a female companion) but when she was shown the loss of her father and son, she maintained composure. However, when she was shown the loss of her husband, she broke down and started crying.


    A righteous woman has no substitute for a righteous husband, and if he earns her respect she will not cross her husband for any other human being on the planet not even the children.

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  • LondonGal
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    Originally posted by Muslima London View Post
    true but when real love exists between a husband and wife similar feelings are evoked, of wanting to protect one another, of looking out ofr one another, of bringing ease and confort to one another.
    It's true.

    The OP has it spot on.

    In healthy marriages, there's no power struggle. No demands. No trying to get the upper hand. No mention of my rights/your rights etc.

    The couple just get by, trying to make life easier for one another.

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  • Muslima London
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    Originally posted by Salman Al-Farsi View Post
    I do agree with this to some extent, what my wife does for our son she doesn't do for me because she is his mum not mine. lol
    in abusive relationships men get jealous of that attention and the abuse actually increases when the woman s pregnant,, has children to look after

    i think also boys tend to 'need' their mothers more whereas girls show their independence from a younger age.
    my 2 are a yaer apart but my son still 'hangs around' me

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  • Salman Al-Farsi
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    Originally posted by afrasayab View Post
    Misleading title. Dude that is your mom, she will do anything for you and she has been doing similar stuff for you even before you were born.

    Don't expect the same treatment from your wife...

    I do agree with this to some extent, what my wife does for our son she doesn't do for me because she is his mum not mine. lol

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  • Muslima London
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    Originally posted by zainah View Post
    All that can change though ^ ^ ^ ..but with a mother her love is forever and unconditional.

    We only have one mother.. she can't be replaced.

    You still believe in real love ML?
    mmmm

    i do but my belief s that love is not what we see in bollywood / hollywood.. its more earthly and more practical

    you aask me juast as i am listening to this looll

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ls_eQXGlXNA
    Last edited by Muslima London; 11-09-14, 09:20 AM.

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  • zainah
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    Originally posted by Muslima London View Post
    true but when real love exists between a husband and wife similar feelings are evoked, of wanting to protect one another, of looking out ofr one another, of bringing ease and confort to one another.
    All that can change though ^ ^ ^ ..but with a mother her love is forever and unconditional.

    We only have one mother.. she can't be replaced.

    You still believe in real love ML?

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  • Muslima London
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    Originally posted by zainah View Post
    I don't understand why this thread is in the marriage section tbh.

    A mothers love is unconditional and the strongest love in this world. Her love is not replaceable unlike a wife's love.. today she might love you and tomorrow she might not love you any more. Alhamdullilah for our mothers. May Allah swt bless them and reward them with the best in this dunya and in akhira.

    true but when real love exists between a husband and wife similar feelings are evoked, of wanting to protect one another, of looking out ofr one another, of bringing ease and confort to one another.

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  • zainah
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    I don't understand why this thread is in the marriage section tbh.

    A mothers love is unconditional and the strongest love in this world. Her love is not replaceable unlike a wife's love.. today she might love you and tomorrow she might not love you any more. Alhamdullilah for our mothers. May Allah swt bless them and reward them with the best in this dunya and in akhira.

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  • Muslima London
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    please note everyone's mom is also a wife

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  • Anonymous10
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    Reminded me of my mother. ;)

    We should all be grateful to our mothers!

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  • afrasayab
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    Misleading title. Dude that is your mom, she will do anything for you and she has been doing similar stuff for you even before you were born.

    Don't expect the same treatment from your wife...

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  • Grimmjow
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    One time in the winter I was cold and my mom took a blanket, put it in the dryer, and covered me with it without me even noticing she was doing it.

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  • Mockingjay
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    :wswrwb:

    Awwww I miss Mom's cooking!!!!

    :jkk:

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  • CityLights
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    That's sweet. Love and cherish your mother.

    Alhamdullilah Allah has blessed me with the wonderful women (mom, sis & grandmother) in my life.

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  • Muslima London
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    awwww :jkk: for sharing that with us

    i remember when i was young, and it was snowing.
    my dad, hanging around the front door making sure that i was wearing the right boots.

    its the little tihngs in life that you remember :)

    mummies knowing what their children like to eat, making sure they cook it.
    When me and my sisters came back from Turkey, my mom had made a whole meal - pilau, tandoori chicken, curreies. we were like - we've only been gone a weeek!!!!!

    Your OP will hopefully reassure fear in a lot of young brothers and sisters on this forum.(about marriage). Where there is love and respect there will be kindness, care and sensitivity
    Last edited by Muslima London; 10-09-14, 07:00 PM.

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