I Just Wanna Simple Life-Partner



I am just ordinary man
I am not a handsome man
I am not a man who has everything

I just a man who wanna simple life-partner
I don't wanna judge she is beautiful or not
I don't wanna judge how rich she is
I don't wanna judge how high is her position

A life-partner based on the His piety
A life-partner who expecting His heaven
A life-partner who bring a bless and His willingness
I hope in the border of the time
I meet with the life-partner by His choice

A woman whose heart adrift to Him
A woman who following Sunna of Rasulullah
A woman who is being guided by Qur'an
A woman who is sincere to accept my flaws

A woman who can guide me when I am wrong
A woman who can educate our children based on Deen
A woman who can filling and completing my days
A woman who can represent me controlling my household based on Deen
A woman who love me without demanding perfection from me

I wanna love her simply
I hope she loves me too simply
As simple as I love her 
Let me harvesting His love with Him
Harvesting a longing for His face
Before I met her

I am dreaming build a beautiful palace
Although that palace is just a small cottage
Fenced by sincerity of love and affection
I wanna make my cottage is the heaven for my wife and my children

Just one wish,
To be a good husband.



Ruling On Cosmetic Surgery


Question
Please explain to what extent cosmetic surgery is allowed in Islam.
Answered by
the Fatwa Department Research Committee – chaired by Sheikh `Abd al-Wahhâb al-Turayrî
Cosmetic surgery is permissible to correct deformities or to return a person’s appearance back to normal after an accident. It is lawful for a person to make amendments to appearance when some natural defect exists or some disfiguring accident has occurred.

It is not allowed merely to change a person’s normal appearance or to make that person appear more attractive according to some notion of beauty. In the Qur’ân, Allah says that Satan will lead people astray and that one of the ways he will do this is to get them to alter Allah’s creation.
Allah says: “Allah cursed him and he (Satan) said: ‘I will take from your servant a portion determined. I will mislead them and create within them false desires. I will order them to slit the ears of cattle and to change Allah’s creation.’ Whoever takes Satan as a friend instead of Allah has surely suffered a great loss.” [Sûrah al-Nisâ’: 118-119]

Cleanliness After Sexual Intercourse


Question:
After sex, can we just have some water and wash off ourselves and go for prayers or do we have to have a complete bath?
Assalamu Alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh
Thank you for your question. Islam is a religion that demands purity and cleanliness in all aspects of life.
After sexual intercourse, one is considered in a state of major impurity. Hence ritual prayer (salah) is only valid after one purifies them by taking a ghusl (Islamic bath).
“O you who believe … If you are in a state of major impurity, cleanse yourselves well (by taking a bath), … or you have had sexual contact with women …” (Qur’an 5:6)
There are three mandatory actions of Ghusl:
1. To rinse the mouth
2. To rinse the nose
3. To wash the entire body
It is important to note that:
• All areas of the body are thoroughly washed with water. The inner part of the circumcised area must also be washed provided it can be opened without any difficulty.
• The inner part of the navel is washed.
• The inside of a cavity which has not sealed is washed.
• The braids of a man’s hair are untied, even if water reaches the hair’s roots. A female is exempt from undoing her braids as long as the water reaches her hair’s roots. If a woman’s hair is so compact that it prevents the water from penetrating the roots then it is obligatory to open her braids.
• Water reaches the skin underneath the beard, moustache and eyebrows.
• To ensure that water reaches the external part of the vagina.
Ali (RA) stated, “The one who leaves out the area of a hair’s span of filth from ritual impurity, without washing it, will be dealt with severely in the hellfire” (Sunan Abu Dawud)
Ibn Abbas (RA) said, “When a person with ritual impurity takes a bath and forgets to rinse his mouth and nose, he should redo the cleaning of the mouth and nose.” (al-Daraqutni)
And Allah knows best.
Answered by Shaykh Yusuf Badat
Imam of the Islamic Foundation of Toronto and Director of Mathabah Institute
Source: hadithoftheday.com and HERE