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This prohibition in the Hadeeth does not require the prohibition of beating at all, but rather proves it, yet it prohibits the severe beating. This is because the woman in her husband`s house is like the female slave in some aspects. Naturally, the woman is submissive and dependant on her husband. But the man has a degree of guardianship and care for her religious and secular affairs; this is why Allah enjoined the wife to obey him unless this leads to the disobedience of Allah the Almighty.
Any woman may be praised for such and such, and dispraised for such and such, this is inevitable, so her husband should not hate her to the extent that he abuses, refrain from copulating with her or even to divorce her. Rather, he must weigh her pros and cons with a proper balance. If he finds that her advantages outweighs her disadvantages then he shall keep her.
The Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) advised men to act kindly towards women after he warned against harming the neighbor, because the woman is the adjacent neighbor, who is closely linked to her neighbor with a thick covenant approved by Allah from above seven heavens. Thanks to it they were brought together in good, so that each of them became like a shelter for the other.
If one is to marry, he must choose a spouse who is religiously committed. It is okay to choose a woman of good lineage, wealthy and beautiful. One must be heedful of the fact that the religious commitment is the standard according to which any other thing would be accepted or rejected.
The one who knows Allah the Almighty by His beautiful names and attributes must love him more than he loves for father and his mother. Rather, he would love his Lord more than he loves himself. Accordingly, if he is to swear then he may swear only by the Almighty.
Believing in the decree of Allah is one of the pillars of faith. The one who did not believe in the decree of Allah, he did not really believe in his oneness, nor in his perfection.
The saying of the Messenger of Allah ( may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him ) : ( do what is correct ) entails to know what is good, to do it, to maintain doing it and to call others to do it, in addition to all these correct meanings.
This Hadith in its various wordings necessitates giving the children equally, unless there is a Sharia approved reason that calls for distinguishing one of the children, as the necessities render permissible the prohibited matters as it is known from the Qur'an and the Sunnah.
Modesty is one of the origins of the morals because all of which are based on it. This is the reason why modesty in particular was mentioned in his saying – may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him: ( faith has over seventy branches - or over sixty branches - the uppermost of which is the declaration: 'None has the right to be worshipped but Allah'; and the least of which is the removal of harmful object from the road, and modesty is a branch of faith. )
Sincerity is the base for getting the deed accepted, piety is the combination of all virtues, one will not reach the useful knowledge in the world and the Hereafter, except with seeking the satisfaction of Allah, and sticking to obedience and submissiveness to Allah in whose hands are the keys of knowledge.
The Prophet ( may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) informs us in this commandment about the fact that travel is a type of torment; as it prevents one from his food, drink and sleep, in the sense that it prevents a person from eating his food at the time he wants and as he likes. Its preparation, the place where it is presented, the person who presents it, in addition to the other things he likes.
The prayer is the connection between the slave and his Lord, and the spirit of reverence. If the slave performed it properly, his heart will submit to his Lord willingly.
Using Siwak is one of acts of the natural dispositions, because it is necessary to clean the mouth from the food remnants, purify it from bad odors, and remove the tooth decay, swelling, and so on.
This Hadith is a proof that a person can complain - without showing discontentment with the decree of Allah – to his beloved ones, so that they would help him, or for the righteous, so that he may find the blessing of their invocations. Most likely they will supplicate Allah for him and advise him to follow the Prophetic traditions. He may reach all of these blessings because of his complaint.
Islam is the religion of peace. It rejects all the forms of aggression. Islam does not force anyone to embrace it, as well it calls for virtuous matters only, and forbids only that which is evil.
It is part of the virtuous morals to lower the gaze of what is not permissible for the Muslim to look at, to refrain from doing what he is not entitled to do, and to refrain from mentioning what he should not mention.
The Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) did not like flattery, because it leads to an exaggeration that calls for lying and hypocrisy, that is recognized on the face of the flatterer or in the slips of his tongue.
The Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) praised many of his companions and gave them the glad tidings of entering the Paradise for their faith and devotion to Allah both in words and deeds.
The Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: " Man follows the religion of his friend " means that he is influenced by his conditions, his words and his actions, to the extent that he would follow the way of his friend willingly or unwillingly. Perhaps he may turn to be a copy of his friend both in customs and transactions.
The Prophet ( may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) ordered the believer to accompany a believer like him, so as to guard against the evil consequences of accompanying the wicked people.