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    82. Verily, when He intends a thing, His Command is, "be", and it is! 83. So glory to Him in Whose hands is the dominion of all things: and to Him will you be all brought back. Quran surah 36: Ya-sin

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    Re: Rasoolullah sallahu alayhi wa salam and Sawdah radyAllahu anha

    Posted in this section as it highlights how a marriage is a beautiful thing if there is love between spouses regardless of various factors or lack of which muslims nowadays have made a priority
    82. Verily, when He intends a thing, His Command is, "be", and it is! 83. So glory to Him in Whose hands is the dominion of all things: and to Him will you be all brought back. Quran surah 36: Ya-sin

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      Re: Rasoolullah sallahu alayhi wa salam and Sawdah radyAllahu anha

      Allahumma baarik

      :rotfl: love love love how mischievious they could be :love: and how loving and understanding she was :love:

      :jkk: [MENTION=46434]Sis_Asiya[/MENTION] :)

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Sis_Asiya View Post
        A house full of laughter is a home full of love… and truly, the home of RasulAllah (sallAllahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) rang with laughter whenever Sawdah bint Zam’ah (radhiAllahu ‘anha) was present.

        Most people overlook Sawdah, even though she was the second woman whom RasulAllah (sallAllahu 'alayhi wa sallam) married after the death of Khadijah.

        Sawdah was much older than A'ishah bint Abi Bakr, whom RasulAllah (sallAllahu 'alayhi wa sallam) married shortly after, and it's commonly known that she gave up her allotted days and nights with RasulAllah for A'ishah's sake.
        According to many narrations, and by her own admission, Sawdah wasn't particularly beautiful, either - she is described as "elderly and fat."

        What many don't realize, however, is that it was her age which RasulAllah (sallAllahu 'alayhi wa sallam) appreciated - or rather, the qualities associated with it: wisdom, maturity, and understanding.

        Sawdah was the first stepmother for the daughters of RasulAllah, especially for Fatimah (radhiAllahu 'anha), who was still quite young at the time.
        She had a nurturing personality, and a sense of humour which endeared her to her husband, her stepchildren, and her co-wives alike.

        It was known that when RasulAllah (sallAllahu 'alayhi wa sallam) was feeling sorrowful or grieved due to the hardships related to the Da'wah of Islam, it was always Sawdah who was guaranteed to make him smile with a quick-witted joke, and Sawdah who offered him advice and comfort without requesting anything from him except his company.

        Once, when RasulAllah’s face was drawn with weariness, she teased him, “O Messenger of Allah! I prayed behind you yesterday, and you prolonged the prostration for so long that I nearly had a nosebleed!”
        Her husband, the beloved Messenger of Allah (sallAllahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) threw his head back and laughed so hard that his molar teeth were visible. The sorrow in his bearing disappeared, and his smile lit up the heart of Sawdah with joy.
        (Tabaqaat al-Kubraa)

        And while many women would have felt jealous at the arrival of a younger, beautiful wife, Sawdah took A'ishah under her wing immediately.
        It is related that amongst the wives of RasulAllah (sallAllahu 'alayhi wa sallam), no two of them were closer to each other than Sawdah and A'ishah.

        Sawdah’s sense of humour made it easy for the other wives to get swept away in the fun. Hafsah and A’ishah in particular used to enjoy getting up to pranks, and Sawdah was sometimes their target.

        Once, A’ishah and Hafsah were sitting together when Sawdah came to visit them, bedecked in finery. Raising their eyebrows at each other, Hafsah said to A’ishah, “RasulAllah will come and see her, and forget about us!” Then, with a mischievous gleam to her eye, Hafsah told Sawdah, “The one-eyed one is coming! (i.e. implying the Dajjaal.)”
        Sawdah panicked and asked, “Where can I go, where can I go?!”
        Looking serious, Hafsah pointed at a tent outside – one where people would abandon unwanted items, and which was full of cobwebs and other creepy-crawlies. Picking up her skirts, Sawdah fled to the tent, and Hafsah and A’ishah broke into peals of laughter.
        They were still laughing when RasulAllah (sallAllahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) joined them, and asked them about the cause of their mirth. The two women were laughing so hard that they couldn’t even speak, and all they could do was point at the tent where poor Sawdah was hiding in fear.
        Filled with love for Sawdah, RasulAllah (sallAllahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) rushed over to her and reassured her that it was not yet time for the Dajjal to come, and helped her up, brushing off the cobwebs and comforting her.
        (Musnad Abi Ya’la, Tabarani, and al-Haythami)

        Despite all this, Sawdah remained as easy-going as ever, and deeply fond of A’ishah in particular. The affection as mutual, such that when Sawdah passed away, A'ishah wept and said:
        "No woman is more beloved to me than Sawdah, whom I would rather be than anyone else.”

        Today, when many Muslim men express boredom with their spouses or complain about the waning beauty of their wives, Sawdah's marriage to Rasulallah (sallAllahu 'alayhi wa sallam) is a reminder that physical beauty is not the only thing that matters.

        There are many different types of love, and every woman is to be loved, respected, and valued for who she is - without being compared to others or belittled for what she may lack in comparison to other women.
        In a marriage, the human heart requires more than just outward beauty; and Sawdah’s warm, loving personality was a perfect example of why RasulAllah (sallAllahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) found such comfort and joy in her.

        As the famous hadith states, even a smile is a sadaqah – so for every woman who loves to laugh and make others join in her joy, is a mountain of reward, inshaAllah… just like Sawdah (radhiAllahu ‘anha), the beloved wife of RasulAllah (sallAllahu ‘alayhi wa sallam).

        #ForgottenHeroines
        Subhan Allah...

        Lessons and true examples for all of us.

        :jkk:


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          Re: Rasoolullah sallahu alayhi wa salam and Sawdah radyAllahu anha

          :jkk:

          The best example.

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            Re: Rasoolullah sallahu alayhi wa salam and Sawdah radyAllahu anha

            thanks
            https://www.ummah.com/forum/forum/lo...-qur-an-courseI am just a simple nomad.

            Ephemeral reader

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              Re: Rasoolullah sallahu alayhi wa salam and Sawdah radyAllahu anha

              True women for a true man

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                Re: Rasoolullah sallahu alayhi wa salam and Sawdah radyAllahu anha

                SubhanAllah! Amazing...



                Can't wait to make my wife laugh insha'Allah.

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                • #9
                  Re: Rasoolullah sallahu alayhi wa salam and Sawdah radyAllahu anha

                  MashaAllah :brf:
                  And when it is said to them, "Do not cause corruption on the earth," they say, "We are but reformers." (11) Unquestionably, it is they who are the corrupters, but they perceive [it] not. (12) - Surat al-Baqarah
                  http://www.ummzakiyyah.com/polygamy_not_my_problem/

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                  • #10
                    Re: Rasoolullah sallahu alayhi wa salam and Sawdah radyAllahu anha

                    Originally posted by Deeni Akh View Post
                    SubhanAllah! Amazing...



                    Can't wait to make my wife laugh insha'Allah.
                    looooooool sometimes i read ur posts like

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                    • #11
                      Re: Rasoolullah sallahu alayhi wa salam and Sawdah radyAllahu anha

                      Originally posted by RaNdOm View Post
                      looooooool sometimes i read ur posts like
                      Why do those posts make you go

                      I'm surprised you didn't :vomit:

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                      • #12
                        Re: Rasoolullah sallahu alayhi wa salam and Sawdah radyAllahu anha

                        Originally posted by Deeni Akh View Post
                        Why do those posts make you go

                        I'm surprised you didn't :vomit:
                        cos ur mushiness makes me and :vomit: once I've digested it

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                        • #13
                          Re: Rasoolullah sallahu alayhi wa salam and Sawdah radyAllahu anha

                          Originally posted by RaNdOm View Post
                          cos ur mushiness makes me and :vomit: once I've digested it
                          Lol fair enough.

                          I like to think out loud sometimes.


                          So you prefer the boring and mean approach to marriage?

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                            Re: Rasoolullah sallahu alayhi wa salam and Sawdah radyAllahu anha

                            [MENTION=130748]Deeni Akh[/MENTION]s girl is ganna rock his whirlll lol
                            [SIZE=3][FONT=Times New Roman][B][U][CENTER]Oh Allah, in your name, I die and live.[/CENTER][/U][/B][/FONT][/SIZE]
                            [CENTER]:):lailah::lailah::lailah::lailah::)[/CENTER]

                            [B][CENTER]Ya Allah, Grant Me A Heart That Sees[/CENTER][/B]

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                              Re: Rasoolullah sallahu alayhi wa salam and Sawdah radyAllahu anha

                              Originally posted by Deeni Akh View Post
                              Lol fair enough.

                              I like to think out loud sometimes.


                              So you prefer the boring and mean approach to marriage?
                              lololol stop getting offended

                              your wife is gonna be so happy allahumma baarik not joking :up:

                              nah I prefer the pretends he doesn't care but I can tell he does approach

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