Mufti Menk – Too Late Dad! I Have Already Decided

Mufti Menk
AI: Summary © The speaker describes a situation where a man claimed to have been married to another person, but they later discovered a discrepancy of brother's payments. The speaker suggests that the situation is a sign that people do not want to involve their children in any activities until it is theirs to make the decision. The speaker also talks about wanting to have children involved in the life of their own child.
AI: Transcript ©
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You know, recently there was someone who wanted to marry another person. And they were when many years back the families got together. And so someone sends me an email to say, you know, my dad is saying no, what's the problem? Well, you know, there's a $10,000 outstanding that that man owes my dad and there's a discrepancy of brother $14,000, you missed a beautiful relation.

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And you know what, your son is not going to agree with any other woman. So if you really wanted that you should have engaged in the life of your child such that you helped him grow up so that from the beginning, when his decisions were about to be made, he would have involved you in it. The problem was asked my brothers and sisters, we do not involve in the lives of our children until where it suits us. So then we say, right, you're not going to marry this person. But where were you when I had a problem? You were gone. You will not even there. These people helped me this is what happened and so on. And today I've made my mind up that too late.

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And then we suffer in the home. The best thing for you to do go back to Allah subhanho wa Taala cry, we repent to Allah, we are the ones who are wrong. The way we brought up our children needs modification. Allahu Akbar.

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