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Eidul Adha Day 2

This is another personal post. 🙂

The Second day was not so jampacked with schedules. I woke up feeling lightheaded and having this feeling of getting sick, but nothing serious. It was raining last night when I came home, and guess who never brings any umbrella? Yes you guessed right, it was me alright haha.

I actually planned on spending the whole day reading or writing in but due to my not-so-well feeling and the on-and-off wifi, I was not able to do much; until my uncle called me, and asked if I could meet him. 
He was in Manila for the Bar Ops. I just remembered that it was actually the start of the Bar examinations and my uncle, a 3rd year Law student in Zambales is helping out in the bar ops. I went out to meet him, we had lunch together and the usual debates and discussions followed haha. Yeah, sorry we do that often. It’s a family hobby. LOL, just kidding, it was only between the two of us. Politics, law, history, family legends, personal lives (even marriage!) and even the little trivial things as why “Mapapel” is called that way (It’s a Tausug expression of arrogant, boastful people). He also gave me reading assignments to increase my “views” in life. He recommended I read these two books: “Art of War” by Sun Tzu and “The Prince” by Nicolo Machiavelli. Anyone got a summarized version of these? haha

Me and my awesome uncle Benn. Did I mention he already have 2 degrees aside from the current Bachelor of Liberal Law he is taking? He is a Registered Nurse and PO1 (PNP Police) as well. Yeah, talk about diverse professions. From my father’s side, we are the only TWO individuals taking higher education (MD and LLB) in our clan who came from family of nothing but farmers. I have one statement to this: “We challenge the status quo”.

And that’s how I spent my second day of Eid 🙂

Salam kasilasa,
Anakiluh, MD

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Amongst the clearest examples of Islam’s honoring women is the great status of the mother in Islam. Islam commands kindness, respect and obedience to parents and specifically emphasizes and gives preference to the mother.Islam raises parents to a status greater than that found in any other religion or ideology.

The command to be good to one’s parents begins right from the Qur’an. Allah says:
“Worship God and join not any partners with Him; and be kind to your parents…” [Noble Quran 4:36]”Your Lord has decreed that you worship none but Him and that you be kind to parents. Whether one or both of them attain old age in your life, say not to them a word of contempt, nor repel them, but address them in terms of honor. And out of kindness, lower to them the wing of humility and say, “My Lord! Bestow on them Your Mercy even as they cherished me in childhood.” [Noble Quran 17:23-24]
To be kind to one’s parents is: to obey them when they order you to do something, unless it is something which Allah has forbidden; to give priority to their orders over voluntary acts of worship; to abstain from that which they forbid you to do; to provide for them; to serve them; to approach them with gentle humility and mercy; not to raise your voice in front of them; nor to fix your glance on them; nor to call them by their names; and to be patient with them. (Ibn al-Jawzî, Birr al-Wâlidayn){And to your parents} meaning, be kind to your parents, shower on them love, affection and piety, both in words and deeds, treat them with tender humility, provide for them and never harm them verbally nor physically. […] 
Then, Allah mentions the reason why we should be kind to our parents, when He says {His mother bore him in travail upon travail}, that is, the mother bore constant suffering; in pain and hardship from the first moment she felt the child moving in her womb to the worst pangs during the time of delivery. And {his weaning is for two years}, that is, during these two years the mother breast-feeds her child and looks after him/her. 

So after all the years of suffering, hardship, love and care, could we not, at least, compensate our mothers for what they have done for us and pay them back their rights? “And We have enjoined upon man, to his parents, good treatment. His mother carried him with hardship and gave birth to him with hardship, and his gestation and weaning [period] is thirty months. [He grows] until, when he reaches maturity and reaches [the age of] forty years, he says, “My Lord, enable me to be grateful for Your favor which You have bestowed upon me and upon my parents and to work righteousness of which You will approve and make righteous for me my offspring. Indeed, I have repented to You, and indeed, I am of the Muslims.” [Noble Quran 46:15]This sentence too describes the hardships suffered by the mother for her baby. It points out that even after suffering hardships during pregnancy and the severe labor pains, the mother does not get respite from toils, because the natural food of the infants is in her breasts, and she has to suckle them.The Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) continually used to remind his followers of the status of the mother and the obligation of being good to one’s parents. 

The following narration is a beautiful example of the noble position of the mother:A man came to the Prophet and said: O Messenger of Allah! Who from amongst mankind warrants the best companionship from me? He replied: “Your mother.” The man asked: Then who? So he replied: “Your mother.” The man then asked: Then who? So the Prophet replied again: “Your mother.” The man then asked: Then who? So he replied: “Then your father.” (Sahîh Bukhârî 5971 and Sahîh Muslim 7/2)Treat your mother with the best companionship, then your father; because paradise is under the mother’s feet.

Never disobey your parents, nor make them angry, otherwise you will live a miserable life in this world and the hereafter, and your children will treat you likewise. Ask your parents gently if you need something. Always thank them if they give it to you, and excuse them if they do not, and never insist on a matter if they refuse to give you something.

It is related from Talhah ibn Mu’âwiyah as-Salamî who said: I came to the Prophet and said, “O Messenger of Allah, I want to perform Jihad in the way of Allah. He asked, “Is your mother alive?” I replied, “Yes.” The Prophet then said: “Cling to her feet, because paradise is there.” (at-Tabarânî).Cling to her feet means to submit yourself to her, be close to her, protect her, serve her because in this is Paradise and with her satisfaction you will enjoy the good blessings of Allah.All of this indicates the high status to which Islam has raised the position of motherhood, and given the mother precedence over the father. At the same time, Islam has given importance to both parents, and has enjoined kindness and respect to both. 


Me and my Babies….time run’s so fast and i can’t carry them anymore on my arms but forever they will stay in my Heart ‘youre always be my baby’

Woman in Islam: Role as Mother
Abu Huraira ( ) reported: A man came to the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) and said, “Which person has the most right to my good company?” The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: “Your mother.” The man said: “Then who?” He (ﷺ) said: “Then your mother.” The man said: “Then who?” He (ﷺ) said: “Then your mother.” The man said: “Then who?” He (ﷺ) said: “Then your father.”
[Sahih Muslim, Book 032, Number 6180]
عَنْ أَبِي هُرَيْرَةَ، قَالَ جَاءَ رَجُلٌ إِلَى رَسُولِ اللَّهِ صلى الله عليه وسلم فَقَالَ مَنْ أَحَقُّ النَّاسِ بِحُسْنِ صَحَابَتِي قَالَ “ أُمُّكَ ” . قَالَ ثُمَّ مَنْ قَالَ “ ثُمَّ أُمُّكَ ” . قَالَ ثُمَّ مَنْ قَالَ ” ثُمَّ أُمُّكَ ” . قَالَ ثُمَّ مَنْ قَالَ ” ثُمَّ أَبُوكَ ”
Apart from her role as a wife, the Muslim woman has 
a very important role as mother. The status and value
attached to parents in the Muslim world is very high. 
A woman becomes complete when she becomes a mother. 
Enjoying her power of creativity and grade of superiority 
over man, she experiences those precious feelings and senses, 
which nature gives only to woman. There is no doubt that 
as a mother, she is superior to man and is the nucleus of her family!
Noble Qur’an says:
“And your Lord has commanded that you shall not serve (any) but Him, 
and goodness to your parents. If either or both of them reach old age 
with you, say not to them (so much as) “Ugh” nor chide them, and 
speak to them a generous word. And make yourself submissively 
gentle to them with compassion, and say: O my Lord! Have compassion 
on them, as they brought me up (when I was) little.
” Noble Qur’an (17:23-24)
Again Noble Qur’an says:
And We have enjoined man in respect of his parents – his mother bears 
him with faintings upon faintings and his weaning takes two years – 
saying: Be grateful to Me and to both your parents; to Me is the 
eventual coming. And if they contend with you that you should 
associate with Me what you have no knowledge of, do not obey them,
and keep company with them in this world kindly, and follow 
the way of him who turns to Me, then to Me is your return, 
then will I inform you of what you did. 
Noble Qur’an (31:14-15)