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Why do women cry? (islamic story)

Why Women Cry…
A little boy asked his mother, “Why are you crying?”

“Because I’m a woman,” she told him.

“I don’t understand,” he said.

His Mom just hugged him and said,

“And you never will.”

Later the little boy asked his father, “Why does

mother seem to cry for no reason?”

“All women cry for no reason,” was all his

dad could say.

The little boy grew up and became a man, still

wondering why women cry.

Finally he put prayed to God who would surely know the answer.

When God responded he asked, “God, why do women cry so easily?”

God said: “When I made the woman she had to be to be made special. I made

  • her shoulders

    strong enough to carry the weight of the world, yet

    gentle enough to give comfort. I gave her an inner strength to endure

    childbirth and the rejection that many times comes from her children. I

    gave her

    a hardness that allows

    her to keep going when everyone else gives up, and

    take care of her family

    through sickness and fatigue without complaining.

    gave her the sensitivity

    to love her children under any and all

    circumstances, even when her child

    has hurt her very badly. I gave her strength to

    carry her husband through

    his faults and fashioned her from his rib to protect

    his heart.

    I gave her wisdom to know that a good husband never hurts his

    wife, but sometimes tests

    her strengths and her resolve to stand beside him unfalteringly.

    And lastly, I gave her a tear to shed. This is hers and only hers

    exclusively to use whenever she needs it.

    She needs no reason, no explanation, its hers.”

    “You see my son,” said God, “the beauty of a woman

    is not in the clothes she

    wears, the figure that she carries, or the way she

    combs her hair.The

    beauty of a woman must be seen in her eyes, because

    that is the doorway to

    her heart – the place where love resides.”
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  • The greatest of prophets, Islam was his only goal

    Amid the confusion, the chaos and the pain
    A man emerged and Muhammad was his name
    And walking with nothing but Allah as his aid
    And the mark of a prophet between his shoulder blades
    In a cave in mount hira, the revelation came
    Read o Muhammad, read in Allah’s name
    May the blessings of Allah be on al-mustafaa (the selected one)
    None besides him could have been al-mujtabaa (the chosen one)

    Muhammad, peace be upon his soul
    The greatest of prophets, Islam was his only goal
    Muhammad, salla Allahu ‘ alayhi wa sallam
    From among all the prophets, Muhammad was the last
    As his was a mission of the greatest task
    There was only moral degeneration
    People clung to idol adoration
    For all nations, he was al-mukhtaar (the preferred one)
    So was he praised by Allah, al-ghaffaar
    The bearer of glad tidings, al-basheer
    Leading into light, as-seeraj-al-muneer (lamp of Radiance)

    In handling the wicked, he had the best of skill
    He pacified with tolerance and goodwill
    The best of morals he aimed to attain
    All he accomplished through suffering and pain
    Reviving imaan as almuthakkir (the reminder)
    He is known in the qur’aan as al-mud-dath-thir (covered up)
    Only he was given the honour of miraaj
    Unique was this glory to Muhammad asseeraj (the lamp)

    He was ad daee ill Allah hil azheem
    All hadi elaa seerauteem mustakeem
    His mission complete, his held in great esteem
    Allah praised him as bil-khuluqil azeem
    May the blessings of Allah be on mustafaa
    None besides him could have been al-mujtabaa
    So perfect were his morals, so justly did he rule
    Darkness had vanished and the word was full of noor

    Balagha lula bikamalihi
    Kashafa dduja bijamalihi
    Hasunat jami u khisalihi
    Sallu alayhi wa alihi

    Muhammad, peace be upon his soul,
    The greatest of Prophets, Islam was his only goal.

    Say Something Nice.

    Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh
    A common greeting among Muslims, meaning “Peace be with you.” The appropriate response is Wa alaikum assalam wa rahmatu Allah (And to you be peace together with God’s mercy) (And upon you be peace.)

    Extended forms include “Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullah” (May the peace and mercy of Allah be with you) and “Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh” (May the peace, mercy, and blessings of Allah be with you).

    The Prophet Muhammed (SAW) defines a good friend in these words:

    “He is the one whose very sight makes you remember God, whose conversation increases your knowledge and whose deeds remind you of the world in the Hereafter.” (Behar al-Anwar, v15 p51)

    A good friend can enter you into the kingdom of heaven and a bad friend can lead you into the fires of hell, so choose your friends wisely.

    This is my wish for you!

    குறள் 788: உடுக்கை இழந்தவன் கைபோல ஆங்கே இடுக்கண் களைவதாம் நட்பு.

    True) friendship hastens to the rescue of the afflicted (as readily) as the hand of one whose garment is loosened (before an assembly).

    குறள் 781:
    செயற்கரிய யாவுள நட்பின் அதுபோல்
    வினைக்கரிய யாவுள காப்பு.
    What so hard for men to gain as friendship true?
    What so sure defence ‘against all that foe can do?.
    What things are there so difficult to acquire as friendship ? What guards are there so difficult to break through by the efforts (of one’s foes) ?

    I loved words. I love to sing them and speak them and even now, I must admit, I have fallen into the joy of writing them. — Anne Rice

    S.E.A. முஹம்மது அலி ஜின்னா
    Jazakkallahu Hairan நன்றி