In the Qur'an, the marriage relationship is described as one with "tranquility," "love" and "mercy." Elsewhere in the Qur'an, husband and wife are described as "garments" for each other (2:187). Garments offer protection, comfort, modesty, and warmth. Above all, the Qur'an describes that the best garment is the "garment of God-consciousness" (7:26).
Muslims view marriage as the foundation of society and family life. In a practical aspect, slamic marriage is thus structured through legally-enforceable rights and duties of both parties. In an atmosphere of love and respect, these rights and duties provide a framework for the balance of family life and the fulfillment of both partners.
And two years ago, we celebrated our first anniversary with the best gift anyone could ever wish for. Our Lil Beeboo arrived two days before our anniversary, amanah from Allah swt for us to take care of in this world. And last year the three of us received the same gift from Allah. Lil Prince Zharif arrive. Im speachless. Those two present are priceless. No words can describe how much i lurv n adore my babies. The best gift i ever have in my life. No fancy car, no fancy2 jewellery...but a baby. a life. a beginning in our lives.Its makes me realize that our marriage is not a drama. a bridge to a meanigfull life. a journey for us to explore.
Although we sometimes argue, we quarrel, we mouth fighting and blablabla (theres some i cant xplain here...)
we still lives heppy n lurving.Remember, to forgive is divine, and keep doing it, even if you have to repeat this process for several times.thats what a marriage life are.Do not enter into comparisons. No one is 100% perfect or 100% imperfect. We all have flaws and shortcomings. Always look at the good qualities of your partner.
Lastly....fall in lurv everyday with ur husband / wife. Peace...
Boo: even u always been hurt byhusband/wife.....try to find the gud qualities of them.......just try.......