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To My Future Wife

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    In the Name of Allah, the
    Most Beneficent, the Most
    Merciful.
    Assalamualaikum
    Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh,

    To my future wife, who would
    conceive my children and educate
    them with tawheed and akhlaq as
    exemplified by Rasulullah SAW and
    his successors who remain upright
    upon the path of tawheed and
    jihad. I am writing you this letter
    so that you will not get
    disappointed and sad someday in
    finding a partner like me who is
    full of shortcomings.
    My future wife, I am writing you
    this letter so that you understand
    better the road we are going to
    travel and where we are heading as
    Allah's creatures who are burdened
    by the Almighty in this temporal
    world. So that we will be better
    prepared to mutually understand,
    to mutually empathize and to be
    grateful for what have been
    outlined by Allah SWT for our
    family.
    My future wife and the future
    mother of my children, you
    probably already know what road I
    travel and what kind of life I want.
    I hope you will be a companion
    who is pleasant in this world in
    order for me to remain istiqamah
    in the path of the Rasul and his
    followers. Always making the call
    of tawheed as the most important
    thing in life and always teaching
    people the importance of returning
    to the main source of our Dien,
    Islam.
    Perhaps later, there will be many
    trials, hardships and sufferings
    encountered in wading through our
    marriage, as human beings we
    may sigh, cry and could even be
    cursing the fates. But rest assured,
    it is all a trial to make us plenary
    humans and to educate us to
    remain firm in all weather and
    conditions.
    Allah says: And We will surely test
    you with something of fear and
    hunger and a loss of wealth and
    lives and fruits, but give good
    tidings to the patient, (QS Al-
    Baqarah :155).
    My future wife, if one day I still
    cannot make you every bit happy
    like any other wives, forgive me.
    But as a husband, I will always try
    my best to be the best, providing
    sustenance which are halal, though
    not much and fulfilling your rights.
    So help me realize that even if it is
    only with your smile.
    My future wife, if one day I go far
    away and will not return for long,
    look after my properties, spend
    some of the properties that you
    have in Allah's cause and fulfill the
    rights of your brothers and sisters
    in iman if you are able to fulfill it.
    And take care of my honor as your
    husband, unify with the Muslimahs
    whose hearts are tethered to
    paradise, who guard their gaze
    when alone and when with others,
    so that I can feel at peace for
    leaving a woman and a mother
    who look after what are left by her
    husband.
    My future wife, you know I'm not
    a perfect person in every way. So
    help me improve it with your
    advices, your criticisms and
    anything that can make the
    obedience to Allah and His Rasul
    increases everyday. Make our
    family a family that is ready to
    accept the inputs from anyone
    even if it is a small child. Because
    the truth is not recognized from
    who is speaking but from what is
    said.
    And lastly, my future wife, make
    our children one day be like the
    lion, who are not afraid to defend
    the truth, not surrendering to
    circumstances and are always
    tough in the midst of an offensive
    storm. Teach them to be an angry
    man when the truth is humiliated,
    teach them to fight against any
    oppression on anyone and educate
    them to dare to sacrifice anything,
    even their lives for the honor of
    Allah, His Rasul and the believers.
    Maybe I am expecting too much
    from you, too demanding on you
    and asking what might be too
    heavy for you. But believe me, I
    as a husband will try to be a good
    companion, a loyal listener to your
    inputs and advices, to help each
    other to continue to be obedient to
    Allah and His Rasul.
    I write this letter with all my
    weaknesses, all my faults, so that
    you understand with whom you will
    navigate this life. So that you will
    know that a marriage is not always
    honey and milk. Also so that you
    will not be a barrier in fulfilling my
    mission of da'wah , and become
    the first enemy in weakening my
    spirit for jihad in the cause of Allah
    SWT.
    Before we meet as a husband and
    wife, let us always pray the dua
    that had been read by the warrior
    which shook the thrones of
    tyranny, As-Shaheed Sayyid
    Quthub:
    O Muhaymin (The Guardian), if I
    fall in love, guard my love so that
    it does not exceed my love on
    You.
    O Allah, if I fall in love, let me
    touch the heart of someone whose
    heart is attached to You, so that I
    do not fall into the abyss of a
    monotonous love.
    O Rabbi, if I fall in love, guard my
    heart on her so that it does not
    turn away from Your Heart.
    O Rabbal Izzat, If I yearn, make
    me yearn for someone who yearns
    for shaheed in Your path.
    O Allah, If I yearn, guard my
    yearning on her so that I do not
    forget to yearn for Your Paradise.
    O Allah, if I take pleasure from the
    love of Your lover, let that
    pleasure not exceed the pleasure
    of a munajat in the last third part
    of Your night.
    O Allah, if I fall in love with Your
    lover, do not let me falter and fall
    in the long journey of calling
    mankind towards You.
    O Allah, If You allow me to long
    for Your lover, do not let me go
    beyond the limits which makes me
    forget that true love and eternal
    longing are only with You.
    O Allah, You are the All-Knowing
    that these hearts have come
    together in the love for You, these
    hearts have met in the obedience
    towards You, these hearts have
    unified in the da'wah towards You,
    these hearts have united in
    defending Your Shari'ah. Make the
    bond steadfast, O Allah. Make the
    love everlasting. Show us the
    ways. Fill these hearts with Your
    Nur (Light) which never ever fade.
    Comfort our breasts with the
    blessings of iman in You and the
    beauty of tawakkal in Your Path.
    May Allah hear my dua and your
    dua and unite us in the shade of
    His Rahmah (Mercy, Grace) and
    make us a force that is loyal to
    Him...Ameen thuma ameen


    Al-Baqarah:255


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    A surprisingly good read, Jazakallahu khairan
    Umar said: We used to say that this Ummah will be doomed by knowledgeable hypocrites. [Al-Wilaayah 'Alaa Al-Buldaan, 1/142]

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