The importance of veil | A girl's story about veil

The importance of veil | A girl's story about veil

 
The importance of veil
 The importance of veil. A girl's story about veil

The importance of veil


The main complaints of all practicing or regular veiled sisters who are married,
 
My in-law's house does not have a veil environment!
My in-laws have no idea what a veil is!
In-laws don't like veiling!
In-laws are not religious!
My husband doesn't like veil!
Husband is not religious, etc.
There is no end to complaints and suffering, my sisters.
 
If you also have any of the above problems, then read Alhamdulillah and offer two rakats of salah to Allah right now.
 
Because, in a family that does not practice religion, the people of the house do not mention the name of Allah even once, the people of the house are intoxicated with worldly activities and ignorant of the Hereafter, the girls of the house are indifferent about veil, the house where there is no atmosphere of veil, the husband indulges in sins, the husband in whom Allah is, and there is no fear of the hereafter, Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala has given you among them as a means of mercy to guide that family, family members, and husband.
Allah will establish a religious environment among them for you.
Allah will tell the girls of the house about the greatness of the veil through you.
Family members will learn to follow your actions.
By you, you will guide and make aware of the husband who is indulging in sin and against Islam.
Deen will be practiced in religionless families through you.
It is through you that the next generation will be ideal.
Have you ever thought like this?
Sisters don't think like this, and family doesn't see it like this.
Why do you think?
You lack confidence.
If you were truly religious, you would have accepted his father-in-law's house and husband with thanks to Allah. You wouldn't complain.
 

Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala is the best planner


Allah subhanahu wa Ta'ala says, "Surely I will test mankind with sorrow, hardship, want, etc."
What he will do, what he puts in fate, if it is a little difficult at times, even if it is difficult, there is great mercy, great blessing, and great plan inside it. If you come to a family without religion or knowledge of religion, then you are the means of guidance for that family.
You are a mercy to them.
You are a blessing to them. Alhamdulillah.
Allah will guide them through you.
So you need to thank God; this can be done.
You are guided; you follow a strict deen. Now,  if you find a religious family or find and marry a religious person, how will the spread of the deen happen?
 
"Madrasa students are regarded as religious and believers in Islam.
If all madrasa students marry madrasa girls, then the spread of religion will be limited to madrasas.
For example, the poor are becoming poorer while the wealthy are becoming richer."
 
So now think about what you have been doing wrong for so long.
Obstacles that you will face in the way of veiling and religion are your test.
Now think about whether you want to take the exam or not.
Be patient if you want.
Try to observe veil and deen only in that situation.
Trust in Allah.
And if you don't want to, you can't become religious, even if you run away from his family.
If the environment is too unfavorable, then pray to the Lord. Surely He will protect the believing men and women. Dua will be accepted.
Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala says, "Surely with hardship comes relief."
(Surah Inshirah 5)
 
Surely the people of your father-in-law's house are not like Abu Jahl's family! Surely your husband is better than Pharaoh!
Certainly not like your father-in-law, Abu Lahab!
Your mother-in-law is not Abu Lahab's wife! If the answer is no, then read, Alhamdulillah.
If you still feel upset, then you need to practice patience.
I know it is difficult to adapt to the environment, but you still have to try, sister.

We need to change families first

 
We teach religion, we teach the Quran, we do mashwara, and we train to invite and propagate religion.
Many teach free Arabic, Hadith, etc. to promote Deen.
How do we, who live at home, invite religion, spread it, and propagate it? Will you be aware?
In fact, we can invite religion and teach religion in our own homes.
Because our families are now without religion.
We need to change families first.
Religion should be established in families first.
And we girls are getting these opportunities easily.
I am getting the opportunity to bring people who have no religious knowledge to the path of religion without any effort.
We girls don't think like that.
I am abusing fate with emotion without thinking.
Suffering from my husband and his family.
Yes, the husband and his family are not good, not religious, not believers; are you there for them?
Do we start the invitation to religion with them?
After death, the rewards of three periods of human life continue.
Surely now you understand what I mean!
One of the three periods is:
To impart to a dead person any learning or knowledge by which the living person changes or acts
So we will not miss these opportunities.
The same statement is for practicing single sisters who are concerned about the path of religion.
Also for the brothers who are dreaming of marrying a Qoumi or Madrasa educated girl.
Change the dream a bit: I am a naked, ignorant, modern girl trying to guide her with my religious knowledge.
I will guide him from afar.
How beautiful it would be if you thought like this!
 
I hope that complaining about fate and the suffering of not getting a religious environment will put a smile on the faces of the sisters.

✍️Written by a girl especially for girls.
 
[NB: This is not written to hurt anyone personally.] My intention is to correct the mistake. [No permission is required to promote.]

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