Walk with haya and humiliation and try not to fall into the traps of tabaruj.
Yaa ukhti al -aziza, We live in a time where physical beauty has become an exaggeration and more and more women are commiting tabarujj.
The physical NATURAL beauty is a blessing and there is NOTHING wrong with it.
But often people forget that true beauty is not limited to physical attraction, physical beauty is just like any material trait and not pernament. The pursuit of the beauty of the face has become such a disease.
I know it can be hard to fall easily in the traps of insecurities and each and every single one of us struggle with them.
It has been pushed into our minds that the face of a woman is important and should fit in the beauty standards of the society and the word has been pushed into our minds with their “description” of it.
But the definition of real beauty is what we carry with…
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The woman is ‘Awrah (something to be kept hidden)
O Woman Stay In Your Homes |
وقرن في بيوتكن
قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم : المرأة عورة و إنها إذا خرجت استشرفها الشيطان ، و إنها لا تكون أقرب إلى
الله منها في قعر بيتها
The Messenger of Allāh Ṣallallāhu-‘Alaihi Wa Sallam said:
“The woman is ‘Awrah (something to be kept hidden) and indeed when she goes out,
Shayṭān raises his glance towards her (i.e lures men through her) and indeed she is not near to Allāh more than when she is in the most inner part of her house.”
● [سلسلة الأحاديث الصحيحة ٦/٤٢٤]
Let’s ask ourselves, Are we deserving of Jannah?
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From Abu Hurairah, may Allaah be pleased with him, who said,
“From his, صلى الله عليه وسلم, supplications was:
“O Allaah! I seek refuge with you:
– from an evil neighbour; and
– from a wife (or husband) who causes me to grow old before old age; and
– from a son (or child) who will become a master over me; and
– from wealth which will become a punishment for me; and
– from a cunning friend whose gaze is upon me and whose heart is plotting and planning against me such that if he sees something good he buries it, and if he sees something bad he spreads it.”
(Silsilah Sahiha – no. 3137)