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Seven things about me
Thank you Ajaytao for nominating me for the award
Seven thing about me
That one word that came out of your lips
In response to my put forward question
That word removed all—–
My queries, thy replies
Scattered all dreams and all hopes
You replied “No” in response to
“Yes” In someone else’s thoughts
As “no” is another way of say “yes”
Your denial and my steadiness
All shades of discovery,
The word “no” has changed
My perception my persona
It has trapped me, making me
I’m nobody now
Neither heart is in control or the will
The eyes drowning in blood as
The beloved is not in my arms
I changed to dust in her disjointing
Pounding my heart, I wept copiously
Pieces of my heart shed in tears
Why ask me to control my heart
My heart is not with me friends
It is stuck in one’s hair lock
When heart’s heat inflamed
The tongue became so dry
That palate got scratchy
Her eye lashes stabbing heart
Shaved brows like naked swords
Both of the eyes are spellbinding
Watch your personal ornaments
I wear Iron collar and iron chains
Strength is in her arms
Eyelashes sped such an arrow
Piercing heart came out forth
Scorpion lacks such toxic sting
For thou my dearly loved
We wander in the scorching sun
Feet burn in blazing dust
Roamed from garden to garden
But failed to find anywhere
Beautiful and divine like you
I worship and adore loveliness
Who cares of religion or nation?
We are neither Muslim nor Hindu
You better keep silent Aasi
Listen quietly to, what she says
Debate will begin if talk starts
Translated by Tanveer Rauf
I did not write about polygamy to offend anyone or brainwash or misguide or impose anything.
I was reading about it and i know it also, so just felt like sharing with you. As we are now addicted to write—– to write anything—-but write——- so penned that.
We see, read watch and come across so many things we don’t believe in so my writing is just to read and ignore if you don’t like :)
I have visited all religious worship places of different religions respectfully except synagogue, not for any other reason but because I didn’t get a chance to. I visited with the people who were either Christians, Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims. Every religion preaches to be kind, caring sharing and tolerant. So friends if my words hurt anyone I humbly ask you to forgive me
I love everyone everything that is created by the Lord of the universe
Wish you peace, light and blessings <3
The Resolution passed by the Sindh Assembly that; ‘A man does not need a permission of his wife for marrying the second time’. A Fatwa (stamped legality) in this regard was given by the Mufti Azam Saudi Arabia that Men should marry more women.
This news initiated me to express my personal views on this hot topic.
What do you think is the reason for this & why this need arose?
The so called Women Right Organizations will just keep on pulling their hair that this is against women’s rights, but no, it’s not. It is just in favor of Women’s rights. Every woman has a right to have a spouse.
Let’s see what does Islam has to say about polygamy
The wisdom behind permitting plural marriage
- The Statistics show that the number of women is greater than the number of men, in most of the countries. If each man were to marry just one woman, this would mean that some women would be left without a husband, which would have a harmful effect on unmarried woman’s body and on society:
The harmful effect is that she would never find a husband to take care of her interests, to give her a place to live, to spend on her, to protect her from insincere desires, and to give her children to bring her joy. This may lead to deviance and going astray, except for those on whom Allah has mercy.
With regard to the harmful effects on society, it is well known that this woman who is left without a husband may deviate from the straight path and, so she may fall into the swamp of disloyalty and prostitution – may Allah keep us safe and sound – which leads to the spread of immorality and the emergence of fatal diseases such as AIDS and other contagious diseases for which there is no cure. It also leads to family breakdown and the birth of children whose identity is unknown, and who do not know who their fathers are.
Those children do not find anyone to show compassion towards them or any mature man to raise them properly. When they go out into the world and find out the truth, that they are illegitimate, that is reflected in their behavior, and they become exposed to deviance and going astray. They may even bear grudges against society, and who knows? They may become the means of their country’s destruction, leaders of deviant gangs, as is the case in many nations in the world.
2– Men are exposed to incidents that may end their lives, for they work in dangerous professions. They are the soldiers who fight in battle, and more men may die than women. This is one of the things that raise the percentage of husbandless women, and the only solution to this problem is plural marriage.
3 – There are some men who may have strong physical desires, for whom one wife is not enough. If the door is closed to such a man and he is told, you are not allowed more than one wife, this will cause great hardship to him, and his desire may find outlets in forbidden ways.
In addition to that, a woman menstruates each month, and when she gives birth, she bleeds for forty days (this post-partum bleeding is called nifaas in Arabic), at which time a man cannot have intercourse with his wife, because intercourse at the time of menstruation is forbidden, and the harm that it causes has been proven medically. So plural marriage is permitted when one is able to be fair and just.
4– A wife may be barren, or she may not meet her husband’s needs, or he may be unable to have intercourse with her because she is sick. A husband may long to have children, which is a legitimate desire, and he may want to have a sex life within marriage, which is something permissible, and the only way is to marry another wife. It is only fair for the wife to agree to remain his wife and to allow him to marry another.
5– A widow whose husband has died and the man may think that the best thing to do for her is to include her in his household as a wife. This is better for her than leaving her alone and being content only to spend on her.
It is a true Islamic practice that a woman can ask a man for his hand in marriage. Samina Peerzada is a very good example where she proposed her husband, who was studying in the same college. She did everything right in doing it according to Islam. A woman or her family can send a proposal if they find some man suitable for the woman. It is according to Islam.
In Arab world, Muslim women consider it a pride that their husbands have more wives.
In Islam it is obligatory to marry off a widow before a spinster. In times of Prophet Muhammad SAWW men as well as women were married multiple times. Men used to have 4 wives & women after the divorce or the deaths of their husbands were married to other men. Women were even married 3-4 times; even a few of Prophet’s wives (p.b.u.h) married widows to set example for us.
Why not now?
Please I request all to who my message goes look forward into this matter that a widow, who really needs protection should be married again. Don’t raise fingers on her. These points are what Islamic Society wants us to practice.
Response to this objection:
If we allow men to have plural wives, why are women not allowed to have multiple husbands, why does a woman not have the right to marry more than one man?
There is no point in giving a woman the right to marry multiple husbands, rather that is beneath her dignity and she would not know the lineage of her children, because she is the one who bears the offspring, and it is not permissible for the offspring to be formed from the sperm of a number of men lest the lineage of the child be lost and no one will know who is responsible for bringing up the child; this will lead to breakdown of families, loss of ties between fathers and children, which is not permitted in Islam as it is not in the interests of the woman or of the child or of society as a whole.
Your Comments are most welcome. Critical too, but all should be constructive.
Clouds pour rain only on lagoons
Fields but yearn for a single drop
Dust is peacefulness after agony
He tightens and entraps His way
Rise and fall is in line with His will
Fortune maker stays, up in the sky
Be cautious and better stay away
Now every human being bristles
I’m ultimate appraiser of jewels, so
The heart is not discounted, beloved
We scatter like sand particles Naina
My sighs in puts Thal into flames
Abr Bhi Jheel Par Barasta Hai
Kheit Ik Boond Ko Tarasta Hai
Dard Seh Kar Bhi Milti Hai Taskeen
Wo Shikanja Kuch Aise Kasta Hai
Uski Marzi Pe Hai Urooj O Zawaal
Bakht Saaz Aasman Pe Basta Hai
Ehtiyatann Zara Sa Dor Raho
Ab Tau Har Eik Shakhs Dasta Hai
Mein Bhi Joher Shanaas Hon Jaanan
Dil Ka Sauda Bhi Koi Sasta Hai
Reit Ban Kar Bikhartey Hain Naina
Meri Aahon Se Thal Jhulasta Hai
Farzana Khan Naina
A woman is a very unique, precious creation of Almighty. God made her delicate, fragile and beautiful like a flower. Even a slight heat wave of grief withers her blowing apart her like daisy, but, on the other hand she is patient and can endure the torturous labor pains to give birth to another human being. She is blend of love, brevity, endurance, hatred, judgment and sacrifice. She can do anything, everything. What she needs is respect and love. She is a mother.
Mother is most valued relation. Hence valued beings are to be taken especial care of. The holy prophet Hazrat Muhammad (p.b.u.h) respected women most. Precious things are covered and protected. That’s why women are preferred to pray separately and at home so no stranger sees their body movements or cast a bad eye on them. A woman only undresses herself before her husband only and that too in closed bedroom. Love making too is liked better in dark to avoid anyone else to see them. When a woman is so honored then why—————?
What can we women do? In life covering our body as much as possible but when the end comes like this A woman is naked in front of all Na Mehrams… (Strangers)
You know the dialysis without Fistula, for putting the IVP the patient’s lower body is exposed as it is usually done on the thigh……
If a lady has a heart related issue so in order to save life her upper body remains exposed, either for Angiography, Angioplasty or an open heart surgery? If she is goes towards a heart failure then for CPR, her chest is exposed……..
Think ladies wish that Female doctors should be there for the women so that their Hijab remains intact.
I am wonder about one thing, why do lady doctors leave the profession? Husbands are responsible……..or their domestic chores hold them back?
Girls should decide before taking up medical studies to be firm and dedicated to their profession to serve female patients in gynecology especially and if opt for specialization they should go for heart surgery to respect self and other women. Every field is open for women now but female doctors must take it seriously.
Everyone has his own perception. I don’t mean to offend anyone this is my personal opinion.
Abolish night’s gloom, light the lamp
Abolish fire of hate, light the lamp
From the serenity of followers of love
Arousing a stir in life, light the lamp
The skies have all the time been against
Forgetting everything, light the lamp
If the drive to defeat is crystal-clear
Illumine other lamp, glow with the lamp
Those who increase dark to every traveler
See! God is watching, do light the lamp