Dr. Suzy Ismail discusses the issues pertaining the rights of Muslim women in our communities.
As Muslims, it is not enough to say “We are Muslims because we are born Muslims” or “We are Muslim because that’s what our family practices.” Islam truly is a complete way of life that gives us the roadmap to integrate god-consciousness into everything we do.
Our families are broken. Our youth are facing issues we’ve never seen before. There are many struggles in this world for the family. How do we overcome these tests and save ourselves. Dr. Suzy Ismail reminds us on ways we can protect ourselves and our families.
Lets Draw lessons from these versus: “So by mercy from Allah , [O Muhammad], you were lenient with them. And if you had been rude [in speech] and harsh in heart, they would have disbanded from about you. So pardon them and ask forgiveness for them and consult them in the matter. And when you have decided, then rely upon Allah . Indeed, Allah loves those who rely [upon Him].” (Surah Nisa, verse 159) Dealing with children and specially teens with love and compassion. Pardoning and forgiving our teens will bring them closer to us. Recognizing that it is only Allah that guides and no one else and seeking Allah’s guidance for ourselves and our families.
Problems related to marriage in today’s society and their solutions. Discuss the process of choosing the right spouse, understanding the rights and responsibilities of spouses and how to bring harmony to one’s home. The session will elaborate on concepts such as “Mawaddah”, “Sakeenah” and “Rahmah”. The session will also address questions such as: – Why young men and women, these days, don’t want to get married. They site reasons such as: – Fear of divorce – I need to complete my education and start a career before I can get married – Uncomfortable and fearful of a life long commitment – Fearful of not being able to choose the right spouse. – Worrying about the cost and finances – The search for Mr. or Miss Perfect !
It an be difficult for parents and children to communicate with one another. Sister Suzy Ismail discusses this and provides potential solutions for families.
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