Selasa, 24 September 2013

Keys to a Great Relationship

There are six keys to a GREAT relationship:

1-Friendship: Try to be your spouse best friend. No matter what happens, be a friend first, and a lover later.

2-Trust: The key element to any relationship is trust, so before starting this beautiful journey with your spouse, learn to trust in all circumstances.

3-Understanding: Try to figure out each other and work out on our differences. There are going to be many differences, but it’s mutual compromise and sacrifice which makes this relationship beautiful.

4-Communication: Try to talk and convey your message to your spouse. Let your spouse know about how good/ bad your day was along with remind them how you feel for them.

5-Honesty: Always speak the truth, never lie or hide things in fear that your spouse won’t understand. Give your spouse a chance to understand you.

6-Freedom: Give your spouse space and freedom to decide for themselves. Don’t take away the personal time of your spouse.

When you have practised all of the above, then trust Allah and you will see how beautiful life gets. In shaa Allah...!!! 

Rabu, 11 September 2013

Ten Rules for a Happy Marriage

1. Never both be angry at the same time.
2. Never yell at each other unless the house is on fire.
3. If one of you has to win an argument, let it be your mate.
4. If you must criticize, do it lovingly.
5. Never bring up mistakes of the past.
6. Neglect the whole world rather than each other.
7. Never go to sleep with an argument unsettled.
8. At least once every day say a kind or complimentary word to your life partner.
9. When you have done something wrong, admit it and ask for forgiveness.
10. Remember it takes two to make a quarrel. and the one is the wrong is the one who does the most talking.

Rabu, 4 September 2013


Winning Your Spouse's Love

1. Don’t act as if you are doing her a favour by working or providing, Allah is the Provider, the husband is the carrier of the sustenance to the family.
2. Make her feel secure, don’t threaten her with divorce.
3. Be generous with her.
4. Look good and smell great for your wife.
5. Call your wife with the best names, cute nicknames, and names she loves to hear.
6. Encourage her to keep good relations with her family.
7. Express to her relatives, how wonderful she is.
8. Get rid of routine, surprise her.
9. Add a drop of patience, increase during pregnancy, menses.
10. Help her love your relatives, but don’t try to force her.
11. Let her know that she is the ideal wife for you.
12. Leave the past for Allah, don’t dwell on, dig into, or bring it up.
13. Don’t ignore the small things, deal with them before they be come big.
14. Respect that she might not be in mood for intimacy, stay within Halaal boundaries.


Sometimes we win, sometimes we lose. 
The fight between us & our nafs will never end. 
Whatever it is, never lose hope from Allah's Mercy...!!!

Selasa, 3 September 2013

A Story About True Love

A young couple was very much in love, decided to get married.

Some months before nikkah, the bride had an accident and remained with face completely disfigured.

" I can't marry you, she wrote to her fiance.
I will stay sharp and uggly forever.

Find yourself another beautiful young woman as you deserve, because i'm not worthy of you ! "

Few days later, she ... received this answer from her fiance :

" Whoever is truly shamfull is me, i thrust in that following to eye disease, the doctor just told me that i will stay blind !

If despite this, you want to accept me, i still want to marry you ! "

They get married at that time, the fiance was totally blind.

They lived 20 years in LOVE, in joy and understanding.

She was his guide and became his eyes and light.

LOVE has guided into the tunnel of darkness.

One day, she became seriously ill and dying, she regretted living him alone in the darkness.

The day she died, he opened his eyes to the astonishment of all.

" I was not blind, he said.
I pretented that i was blind, for distressed her in the thought that i will see her face disfigured.
Now my LOVE based on her ! "