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Muna, usa - wrote on 5/6/2003 8:52:24 AM
The article you have sent to me was great and i have leard more thing that i didnt know .the other thing is i am very far away from my mom and i give her a call every other month and i dont know what i can do more and i would love if you can give me some advise?jazakallh
nasira, london - wrote on 5/6/2003 8:19:47 AM
Comment:Salaamz, my mum passed away a couple of months ago after being taken ill acutely. She was a very pious, generous, loving and caring mother and will always remain close to my heart. I was a bit upset reading the tips on how to help your mother with housework etc. because i realised i dont have a mother anymore whom i can share that special bond with. I am constantly praying for her, yet i am still very bereaved. Please tell me ways of how i can overcome this and what duas i can make that would benefit my mum in the hereafter. Jazakhalla-khairan
Muktar, Nigeria - wrote on 5/6/2003 7:27:40 AM
Comment:Most of us due probably to the stress occasioned by urbanisation, the society and modern lifestyle tend to forget too often the importance of our mothers in our lives. For me and my four brothers, our mum who took care of us from the time our dad died (I was two years old then, while the oldest was thirteen) is about the only person who nurtured us. Apart from Allah and Rasulullah, she is the embodiment of all we stand for. We wish her many more healthy years on earth, and blissful aljanah when she will be gone. She is seventy-nine (79) now but we still wish her many more years around.
adnan, Loughborough, UK - wrote on 5/6/2003 7:17:13 AM
Comment:A reminder of utmost importance that we often tend to forget. There is nothing that could compensate mothers for their endless sacrifices for us. It is only Allah who can and will, for sure, reward honourable and worthy muslim mothers with the highest place in Heavens. I would second a comment by requesting to elaborate further point number 10 please. Jazakumullah.
Shariff, Saudi Arabia - wrote on 5/6/2003 6:44:36 AM
Comment:Love towards my mom cant be expresses in any way, the first person who come forward to donate kidney to me when i was ill was my Mom. Even today she is normal and never made me felt that she has done something for me. Moms are just great.
Mona, Chicago, IL - wrote on 5/6/2003 6:42:19 AM
Comment:I think this article is perfect masha Allah and it is a very good reminder of the importance of the mother, I read somewhere that it was asked whyis there such stress for the children to remember their parents and not vise versa and the reply was that because the parents don't need to be reminded of their children, they always remember them.
Keep up the good work.
, - wrote on 9/13/2002 3:18:45 PM
Comment:Article is good. But you tried to make it too friendly. Would have looked nicer when the author uses the word "mother" versus "mom". Mom, again and again kind of made it sound wierd. Also Point number 10 did not make sense.
Hope honest feedback helps
Keep it up.
Mariam, Canada, Ontario - wrote on 9/6/2002 2:53:04 PM
Comment:Asalamu alaikum, brothers and sisters reading my message and to the creators of this website. First of all I am very greatful to Allah for the knowledge and creativity HE has given to these web developers and secondly Mashallah this is a great website for all types of Muslims to visit and learn something from. I hope whom ever who visits this page can be generous enough to share this info with their Muslim or non Muslim friends because even this gesture can get you the rewards and blessings from Allah...
noraini, singapore - wrote on 8/29/2002 8:57:55 PM
Comment:Splendid! Beautiful! Alhamdulillah God has given me the opportunity to go to this website & learn so much Islamic nasihah.
Thanks & syukran
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