As a lady, I don’t have indistinguishable rights from that of a man. What’s more, the unnerving part is that the vast majority of the nation approves of that. They are splendidly fine with seeing me (and other ladies) as lesser creatures.
I should make every one of the concessions that my better half never will. I need to move in with his folks. Live in his home on his terms. In any case, more regrettable than all that should be a slave to his folks.
I know what you’re supposing this has been going ahead since for as far back as you can recollect so why do I have an issue with it? Since in the event that I don’t coexist with my relative, my better half will separate me.
I wedded my better half, not his folks. I need to care for them since I think about them, not on the grounds that my better half will separate me in the event that I don’t.
“A decent spouse is a submissive wife.” I concur with that. Be that as it may, devoted to whom my significant other or my in-laws?
When I was getting connected with wedded, I marked a nikah-nama. Each lady does that. In any case, the area of the nikah-nama which gave me the privilege to separation was sliced through totally. My own mom let me know that was the standard. So I didn’t address it then.
Along these lines, if in seven days’ time, my relative requests that I make her some tea and I’m excessively bustling caring for my kid, making it impossible to do it, promptly, my significant other can separate me from it.
Why should the spouse move into the husband’s home? Why can’t a spouse move into the home of a wife? Men see themselves as more pleasing than ladies so my significant other ought to experience no difficulty coexisting with my folks.
By the day’s end, it’s not even about that. It’s about you and your significant other. A marriage is a bond between both of you not her and you and your folks. At whatever point I know about a couple getting separated, as a general rule, the reason is that the spouse did not coexist with her in-laws so her better half chose to end things.
Dear Husband, My religion ties me to my significant other, not his folks. I’m not going to hellfire since I don’t coexist with them.
Al-Tirmidhi Hadith 3254 Narrated by Anas ibn Malik
Allah’s Messenger (PBUH) said, “When a woman observes the five times of prayer, fasts during Ramadan, preserves her chastity and obeys her husband, she may enter by any of the gates of Paradise she wishes.”
No place does it say that I have a commitment to live with my in-laws. Islam frees me. I am permitted to live with and be with whomever I please.
All in all, let me know why should you judge me on whether I coexist with my in-laws or not?