Inspiring Women in Recovery Hazrat Aisha (RA)

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Among Muhammad’s wives, Khadija bint Khuwaylid and Aisha bint Abi Bakr are the most famous. Khadija is considered the first of the believers. Besides, she was the beloved of Muhammad, which we are certain of since the prophet never married another woman during her lifetime.

Aisha comes next. Yet, she was very close to the prophet. There was a mutual affection between them. There was a close intellectual relationship between them. They had serious talks. Aisha never hesitated to say what she thought before Muhammad. Besides, she became one of the wisest people within the Muslim community after the prophet’s death. She was involved in religious matters and political events as well.

Aisha loved poetry and said: “Teach poetry to your children and let them have taste in their tongue.” She knew many poems of the greatest poets of her time, including Labid, Kaab ibr Malik, Hassan ibn Thabit and Abdullah ibn Rawahah, by heart. Thanks to her knowledge of poetry and brilliance, she was an effective orator as well.

Dear Readers,

 

We are pleased to bring you a very inspiring post on one of most revered and respected woman of Islam, Aisha (ra).  If there are women to be emulated , then they are from the family of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (saaw). Previously we’ve covered the topic of Khadija (ra).  We know you’ll find the article below inspiring and motivating in your journey to light and healing. In the world of so many influences be like the women from the family of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (saaw).

Aisha bint Abi Bakr, is known as the beloved wife of the prophet who led society in religious and political matters as the closest witness of the revelations.

Thank you so much to Uzman Aheed from Pakistan for this brilliant piece of work.

 

In My Recovery I’m Inspired by Aisha (ra)

 

 

 

Hazrat Aisha (RA) was the spouse of our loving Prophet Muhammad (SAAS) and the little girl of Hazrat Abu Bakr (RA), the principal caliph of Islam. Hazrat Aisha (RA) is known as “Ummul-Muminoon,” signifying “the mother of the followers”. As the little girl of Hazrat Abu Bakr (RA), she is known by the title of “as-Siddiqa” signifying “the dedicated”. Hazrat Aisha (RA) was born in Mecca in 614. Through her unrivaled characteristics, for example, knowledge, her incredible confidence, shrewd discourse and significant comprehension of the Qur’an and our Prophet (SAAS), all gave on her by Allah, Hazrat Aisha (RA) is a commendable Muslim for all followers.

Role Model as a Loving Wife

Hazrat Aisha (RA) was the third and most loving and young spouse of Prophet Muhammad (SAW). Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddique (RA), her father, was the dearest friend and most noteworthy supporter of Prophet (PBUH).

Hazrat Aisha Siddiqa (RA) was the most youthful among all the wives of Prophet Muhammad (SAW). She (RA) was hitched to Muhammad (SAW) at six years old. Beforehand the marriage with Hazrat Aisha (RA) Prophet Muhammad (SAW) saw a fantasy about her wherein a blessed messenger had introduced something to Him (PBUH) enclosed by silk. The Prophet (SAW) had enquired from the Angel what it was and he had said it was his significant other. And when he evacuated the silk spread, He (SAW) saw that it was Hazrat Aisha Siddiqa (RA). The Prophet (PBUH) used to get disclosure when He (SAW) was with Aisha (RA).

He (SAW) spent the most recent couple of days of His favored life in Aisha’s (RA) condo and kicked the bucket in her lap. The Prophet (PBUH) was covered in her loft, which is as yet the main outstanding room among the Prophet’s (SAW) family.

Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) had incredible love and respect for her and the two were expressive in their affection for one another. When Hazrat Aisha Siddiqa (RA) asked the Prophet (PBUH) how he would depict his adoration for her. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) replied, saying: “Like a solid restricting bunch. The more you pull, the more grounded it gets.” Often Hazrat Aisha Siddiqa (RA) would energetically ask, “How is the bunch?” The Prophet (PBUH) would reply, “As solid as the main day (that you inquired).”

 

Role Model as A Teacher

Hazrat Aisha Siddiqa (RA) went many times with the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) on different crusades and voyages. On one occasion, when she was going with a procession and incidentally got isolated from the convoy during the voyage, and was stranded in the desert. Afterward, she met Safwan receptacle Mauttal, whose obligation was to trail behind the procession to gather the scraps. And he perceived Hazrat Aisha (RA) and requested her to ride on his camel while he strolled close by and joined the band.

But the wolves in sheep’s clothing began promulgation against Hazrat Aisha (RA) and blamed her for infidelity until Allah saved her of this bogus incrimination. In Surah al-Nur, Allah affirmed the honesty of Hazrat Aisha (RA). This story teaches us a strong belief in Allah Almighty. If we are true, then Allah is here to help and save us from evils of the World.

Her (RA) character teaches us to love, tolerance, faith, patience, justice, kindness, politeness, and strongly believe in Allah.

The Most Famous Mother of Muslims

Hazrat Aisha (RA) is one of the most famous Mothers of Muslims essentially due to the way that the dominant part of Hadiths of Prophet (PBUH) is described by her and because of her exhaustive comprehension of the Holy Quran and religion.

Eating Disorder Discouraged by the Great Inspirational Woman~: Hazrat Aisha

An Eating Disorder or a dietary problem happens when an individual displays unusual eating examples and frames of mind about nourishment that can detrimentally affect wellbeing. As indicated by the National Eating Disorders Association, eating disorder brings about the individual having extraordinary feelings and demeanors that can bring about outrageous practices around nourishment and self-perception.

Eating disorder problems are certainly regular in Islamic nations

“I think dietary issues are similarly as common among Muslims as some other network and for comparable reasons—they are about inner agony.” Sheila said. “In a culture where you never slight the dad, there is enormous dread, sentiments of ensnarement and weight on numerous children to toe the line and be deserving of their dads; thus, numerous Muslim men are corpulent.”

There is a deplorable shortage of far-reaching information and comprehension of this clutter, which effects finding and treatment.

From the Islamic perspective, my comprehension is that we ought not to do things which purposefully harm ourselves or spot us at genuine hazard. Starving yourself or cleansing in the wake of eating would consider this – it’s not beneficial to do either and can have intense outcomes.

From a medical viewpoint also, trust me when I state you would prefer not to build up the eating disorder issue. Eating Disorder issues aren’t simply extraordinary eating regimens; they’re major dysfunctional behaviors which have critical ramifications for an individual’s physical wellbeing. Individuals can pass on, and individuals can lose their lives fighting to recoup from these diseases.

How People are Inspired by Media Images?

The Negative Impacts of Media Images on Teenagers

We live in an Images conscious culture which urges we all (particularly ladies) to improve our appearance. The messages sent by magazines, T.V, and other media incorporate “purchase certain garments and items; dispose of your wrinkles; fix and brighten your teeth; and most regularly, ways to lose weight and you will be upbeat, appreciated, and loved.” The ongoing and intermittent discussion concerning the unfortunate, stick dainty models utilized in the fashion business is an ideal case of how emphatically settled in our thought of “slimness approaches satisfaction” has progressed toward becoming.

Youngsters are simply finding their sexuality due to the negative impact of media images. It is exceptionally typical for them to be keen on everything sexual. In any case, the measure of sex in media today can make a young person befuddled. This can prompt untrustworthy sexual conduct and undesirable pregnancies.

The teachings of Hazrat Aisha (RA) can save us from all the ill effects of media images.

 

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Islam and Eating Disorders founded in 2012 – run by Maha Khan, the blog creates awareness of Eating Disorders in the Muslim world, offers information and support for sufferers and their loved ones.

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