May 2006


SunniPath Answers (http://qa.sunnipath.com):
Avoid Loving that which is not lawful

I am almost 24 yrs of age and have deep feelings for a sister. I want to be able to free myself from these feelings/inclinations towards her and love only the Rasul (SAW) and Allah and only things that which are lawful for me to love such as immediate family etc. I understand its not unlawful to have feelings for potential spouses but I want to be able to control my feelings until I am married. I have recently purchased islamic CD’s by Sheikh Yaqoubi to increase my spirituality ….

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SunniPath Answers (http://qa.sunnipath.com):
Avoid Loving that which is not lawful

I am almost 24 yrs of age and have deep feelings for a sister. I want to be able to free myself from these feelings/inclinations towards her and love only the Rasul (SAW) and Allah and only things that which are lawful for me to love such as immediate family etc. I understand its not unlawful to have feelings for potential spouses but I want to be able to control my feelings until I am married. I have recently purchased islamic CD’s by Sheikh Yaqoubi to increase my spirituality ….

Whole bunch of marriage-issue answers:

A Wife’s Right to Housing Separate From Her In-Laws and Others

Troubles in marriage, between wife and in-laws

Marriage and islamic teachings about living with in-laws

Must My Husband Provide Separate Housing For Me

In laws: Causing fitna and turning my husband against me

Marriage, Mother-in-Law, Misery

I live in a joint family and things are not working out. What should I do

Obedience to Husband’s Parents

My husband’s family rejects me

Can the wife move out from the husband’s house without his consent

In-Laws

Why Do All Your Answers About Living With In-Laws Encourage People To Move Out And Get A Place

What relationship must one have with one’s in-laws? What rights do they have

Parents undue pressure to sever ties with my in-laws

Interacting with my sister-in-law

Marriage Troubles

Effect of a Sound Marriage: Rights of the Husband and Wife

Dealing with in-laws and a difficult marriage situation

Hospitality Or Overbearingness

Marriage and men’s cruelty

Why is a wife regarded as a piece of property in a hadith…? Isn’t it rude?

Fantasizing about one’s wife

My wife annoys me a lot, but she is righteous… what do I do?

Emotional abuse and marriage

Wife doesn’t like husband, and refuses bedroom relations…

Pornography in Marriage

Husband doesn’t love wife

How can i persuade my husband to try to reconcile our marriage

Why lie when asked about the past

Giving Things to Others Behind Husband’s Back

Long lapses in marital relations

My wife and I are too different

Women’s rights to sexual intimacy

Does the wife have to cook

How to advise disobedient wife

SunniPath Answers (http://qa.sunnipath.com):
What do we believe about the Prophet’s knowledge of the Unseen?

SunniPath Answers (http://qa.sunnipath.com):
The Meaning of ‘God’, and Spiritual Realization

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SunniPath Answers (http://qa.sunnipath.com):
Excessive praise and the hadith on throwing dust… 

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