Aisha R.A. Please Allah Through Marriage
Channel: Tom Facchine
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You go to the Hadith and you see, you know the Hadith where Aisha, on the other hand has she slaps the prophets hand sallallahu alayhi wa sallam knocks, food out of his hand actually hits the hand of the prophets of Allah all of a sudden. And she herself confesses, and another Hadith that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam never, ever laid his hand on any woman, or child or anybody except on the battlefield. Right. So, you know,
I thought that was interesting. And then you have other narrations that, that show that there was a certain culture in Mecca, that maybe the Mexican Muslims were used to it. And then when they moved to Medina, they found that some of the cultural things that they were used to had changed. For example, they found that the women of Medina were, you know, much more willing to talk back to their husbands. And this was, if it had been something that we're, you know, everybody was striving for a lot. You know, that's what we don't want to. We don't want to falsely characterize it. It wasn't like people were being crude or people were being,
you know, problematic. But we also want to note that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam didn't stop, you know, certain cultural differences. He didn't, you know, at one point, stop everybody and say, hey, look, this is something everybody's doing and it's wrong. Right? Yes. For marriage, a husband is supposed to try to be in the service of his wife and he pleases a lot by that. And the wife is supposed to be in the service of her husband and she pleases a lot by that. And if both of them are able to capture that kind of ethic, then the whole marriage flourishes.