What does the Quran say about love?
All of us have repeatedly faced a situation where we have been hurt by someone or oppressed. This is quite a hard test from Allah. When someone hurts us or restricts us in our own rights, it is only natural to feel angry or resentful.
If someone hurts us repeatedly, we tend to slowly develop hatred and resentment in our hearts. Therefore, it is not surprising that in Muslim families divorce is slowly becoming commonplace.
A spouse is that person who is always there for you, who knows all your faults and negatives. They know what is hidden to others. That is why disagreements most often arise between the closest and dearest people, which is even more upsetting and causes us negative emotions.
If such disagreements are not resolved, and if we accumulate resentment in our souls, then they will accumulate, breeding hatred and rejection between the spouses.
Allah has revealed to us an ayat that specifically speaks of the marriage relationship:
“Among His signs is that He created wives from among you for you to find comfort in, and established love and mercy between you. Indeed, therein are signs for people who ponder. (Qur’an, surah Rum, ayat 21)
Consequently, the goal of spouses is to find comfort in each other.
In another ayat, Allah says:
“He is the One who created you from one man. He created a spouse out of him so that he may find peace in her (li yaskunah ilayhah).” (Qur’an, surah Agraph, ayat 189).
The Arabic word “yaskunu” has the same root as “sukun” or “sakinah. You may be familiar with this word. It means “tranquility, peace.” In Arabic, sukun is also found in writing, where it refers to letters that have no capitalization.
Our spouses were created for us to find in them sukun, that is, tranquility, so that we feel relaxed, at ease, and happy with them.
But often the opposite happens. This indicates that the husband and wife have failed to build the relationship correctly. What, then, is the mistake and what is the secret to a happy family life?
In the first ayat above, Allah said that He made love and mercy (mawadda and rahma) between the spouses. These two feelings are the key to success in marriage.
Often, in the beginning of married life, spouses show care for each other, give gifts, talk openly about their feelings, and confess their love. All of this contributes to the preservation of love and mutual understanding. But unfortunately, these relationships fade over time. Daily worries, problems and difficulties take over, and talking about love becomes “not accepted”.
Mawadda is a love that is obvious. One of Allah’s beautiful names is al-Wadud, which comes from the same root.
His love for us is evident and is manifested everywhere in the countless blessings He has given us. For example, Allah not only provided us with nourishment, being al-Razzak, He made our food delicious and pleasing, beautiful to the eye and fragrant.
Mawadda is a sure way to keep the original feeling of being in love throughout married life. By demonstrating their attitudes through words and deeds, spouses strengthen their relationship and an invisible bond emerges between them.
The root “rahm” means mother’s womb. Rahm is the mercy, protection, and gentleness that the fetus enjoys in the womb.
If mawadda – strengthens relationships in “peaceful” times, then rahm makes it possible to preserve relationships during quarrels and disagreements and to find true tranquility in family life.
Allah infinitely bestows His mercy and mercy on us, and so we should treat our neighbors with kindness and care. Husband and wife are our life companions whom we have chosen to achieve Allah’s pleasure. It is up to us to determine what kind of relationship we will have. Spouses should help each other not only in worldly matters, but also nurture each other spiritually.
Often spouses take this literally and begin to reproach and point out mistakes and shortcomings, thus creating more tension, negativity and hatred in the family towards one another. Condescension, mercy, understanding, a gentle attitude and patience are all the most important factors of a happy family life, and the spouses should remember this.
The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said that Allah will reward with His mercy those people who show mercy to others.
Dua for love
There are times in life when a man realizes after marriage that he does not love his wife, or the opposite situation. How to be in such a situation and what dua for love can help in restoring feelings between husband and wife. There is a good hadith: When one of the Companions began to woo a woman, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said to him, “Look at her, for this will most contribute to the emergence of love between you.”
Muslim love magic keeps one good charm – a prayer (dua). To awaken love, recite the following dua for love Nikyah.
Allahumma allif baynahuma qama allafta baynah Adam wa Hawwah, wa qama allafta baynah Yusuf wa Zuleiha, wa qama allafta baynah Aliyyil-murtada wa Fatimatiz-Zahra, wa qama allafta baynah Muhammadanil-mustafa wa Khadijatil-kubra. Allahumma gfir lana jamian, warhamna jamian, wanajjina minan-nari jamian. Wa sallallahu ala hairi halqihi Muhammadin wa alihi ajmayin.
A transcription of dua for love:
O Allah! Unite them in love and harmony, as You united in love and harmony Adam and Hawa, Yusuf and Zuleiha, Ali and Fatima, Muhammad and Khadija. O Allah! Forgive, have mercy, and protect us all from the Fire. And may Allah bless his best servant Muhammad and his family and descendants.
Hadith for love and about love: “Let those who are unable to marry keep chastity until Allah enriches them by His mercy.
“Give each other gifts, for truly, a gift removes hatred from the heart.” “The most perfect faith has that believer who has the best disposition, and the best of you is the one who treats his wife best.
Love one another, surah an-Nisa 4:19 states:
“O those who believe! You are not allowed to inherit women against their will. Do not hinder them from taking away some of the dowry you have given them, unless they have committed outright abominations. Live with them in a DIGNITY, and even if they are NOT pleasant to you, you may be displeased with that in which Allah has put much goodness.
In Muslims, when they ask Allah for help from spoilage and evil eye, they recite certain duas from the Koran, which is the great holy place of all Islam. All Muslim religion and magic rituals are based on it. A very effective means of protection against witchcraft and removal of spoilage in Islam is to read the following duas against spoilage and evil eye: Al-Fatihah (Opening) – the first sura of the Koran, consisting of seven ayats, Al-Ikhlas (Purification of Faith) – the 112th sura, Al-Falak (Dawn)
Prayer for Wish Fulfillment in Islam (Du’a) There are many ayats in the Qur’an regarding the recitation of du’a (prayer) and if one recites surahs for wish fulfillment, one will soon get what one wants. The prayer to the Almighty for the fulfillment of a wish – du’ah – is worship, and Allah likes to ask from Him, and He will answer your prayer. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “Du’a is worship,” i.e., just as the body does not exist without the brain, so there is no worship without du’a. The Prophet Muhammad (may Allah bless him and his family) told Muslims: “Do not be careless about the first Friday night in the month of Rajab. The angels call it the night of Ragaib, or the night of the fulfillment of all wishes. On the night of “Wish Fulfillment”, it is recommended to perform the following acts:
Tatar magic Tatar magic and rituals do not refer to witchcraft. The Muslim traditions of the Tatars, preserved till our days, were passed from mouth to mouth on the genealogical chain. Words (the pace of sounds and their combinations), one way or another, carry the strongest magical energy and materialize. The Tatars do not consider magic and witchcraft, according to their belief the magical results are the energy laws of nature activated by the word and sound of the universal force. Magical Tatar love charm for a Muslim
Nusa Dua One of the most beautiful and “magical” places on earth can be called Nusa Dua, which is located on the island of Bali and has the beautiful name of Nusa Dua – Nusa Dua, why do we call it magical? It’s very simple, the word dua is worship in the Muslim prayer and already carries a positive attitude, and moreover the location 25 kilometers from the capital Denpasar and a quiet luxury holiday on the wonderful beaches of fine white sand, luxurious five-star hotels, blooming well-groomed gardens and complete isolation from the life of local people a real paradise on earth. Nusa – Dua resort itself is located in the east of the peninsula Bukit – Badung, 15 km from the airport Ngurah Rai. On the island of Bali nusa dooah in the entire resort area is limited entry
Kunut dua Muslim prayer with the transcription Kunut (القنوت) is the name of the dua said when standing in a certain place of prayer. The Muslim Qunut comes in two forms: the Qunut in the Vitr prayer, the odd last extra prayer before dawn. The Qunut in case Muslims are hit by trouble or sorrow, and then it is called قنوت النوازل , the Qunut an-Nauazil, and is recited in each of the five obligatory prayers until the trouble passes. Qunut an-Nauazil, unlike Qunut vitra, has no definite form, and the dua in it depends on the circumstances. As for the dua that is affirmed in the Qunut vitr (O Allah, guide us with those whom you have guided…), it is not mentioned in the hadith about the Qunut an-Nauazil.