It's so true ....haven't seen my children for so long and each day away from them I die inside a little more....I love my children so much and literally ache to see them again
Cherish each other while you can. I didn't have a Mum and that is the biggest hole in my soul you can imagine. I miss an invisible being forever.
Now scientists are telling but its already said in Quran a long time back, its true as long you spend time with them they feels more happiness, your given comfort due to which stress will not b part of there life but happiness will there to live more......
I call bs...my mom died at 59 in 2000. I was 33 and had spent my entire life with her...and yes, I'm angry that she's gone, and jealous of those who still have their mothers.
My mom, died when I was 9 years old. My dad, who raised us all his 6 children. At an early age, all of us siblings learned to do the household chores. We grew up independently, and it's hard that you're not together, with your family. My dad, is far away from us, hopefully soon i will be with him, and it's my turn to take care of him too...
Thank you, my five children and six grandchildren I am still here because of your love and attention. Still pretty independent at 85, because you care and spend lots of time with me. I still try to give back any way I can. Give love, get love back.
I guess not in my case, ny father and me is not compatible with each other, everytime we are together there is always something to argue, guess well be better apart from each other. 😕 as for my mom, she'll be fine without me, because she has my brother n sister. Hate to say this but my family will be better without me. ☹️😭
In another narration the Prophet Mohammed (pbuh) said, "Paradise lies at the feet of mothers"...emphasizing that each of us should cherish and respect his/her mother and that pleasing them will serve well in the hereafter also
I agree with this. I live 2 minutes away from my parents, we have always been close. My kids are their whole world now and they see them every single day. They just left for a week vacation yesterday and they didnt even get out of the airport there before texting me asking for pictures of my kids. If we ever moved away, it would kill them. I also live 3 minutes away from my grandma who is 92. Most of the family does and she has visitors every day as well as her son living with her. And he other 2 sons and my mom are always dropping by as well as her grandchildren, cousins etc. My grandma is definitely the type where lonliness eould make her give up
Nonsense. I saw my father every day. He died suddenly at 51. He loved life. My mother got sick at 65. She saw her children and grandchildren a lot. She died 6 months ago unexpectedly. She loved life. All this article does is guilt trip people who have lost their parents. Hurtful. There was nothing I could do to save either of my parents. "Science" can go jump...
I know this is true. My mother died in 2015 at 85. The last 23 years of her life, she was here with us, living and loving every day. I am proud that we were able to have her in our lives during this time. I know she lived longer because she was with us after my father died.
I miss her every day.....💖
My mom is 93 and lives with my husband and I. We moved her in with us four years ago because she was failing quickly living alone. Now she is doing well physically, but suffering from dementia. Not sure if we did her a favour or not at this point.
Praise to Allah we have the best culture in the world we all love together- everyday I kiss my mom and dad's hands before going to work until evening. I am luckiest man in the world. No missing.
Taking time out of our busy lives to reach out to our parents is so important and all too often gets forgotten in the constant demands of everyday life . I know this is something that I need to work on myself. Hopefully my kids will as well :)
Anyone who has a mother and/or father, real, step or foster is blessed. When I see those commerials about children who just want somebody to call their own I think they are the ones who are hurting the most. I am thankful that I have and had one of these! If in 2017, those who just spoke their mind in the past and moved on might find new strength when they read what others said also, knowing it was said with kindness.
If my kids would do it. They even don't ring up to say happy birthday or merry Christmas no thank you for the gift or I hope your op went well. It hurts ! At least they ring if they need something.
I love u mama with all of my heart. Having the thought of losing you would definitely make my world miserable and never be the same again. I am just glad that It's easy for me to say I love you face to face.
The only days I never saw my dad were when I was away at uni and a few fornight holidays and he died before he was 71 so what a load of bullshit!!! Sorry but I don't believe a damn word of this!!! 😞
Ugh, I say that report can Kiss my Arse.
I'm 33, my Dad was 54. I saw him 2 or more times a week and he cared for my kids 1 day a week for me to work. He died suddenly 2 weeks ago.
This is interesting Alison Bowen-Goss and Chris Bowen (Nikki Bowen. Well you know what to do if you want to get rid of me sooner rather than later lol
Not so. I spent every day with both my parents as I worked with them, Dad died 69 years old and Mum 77 years old. not exactly that young, but not that old either.
See me still being at home really helps you guys out Maureen Hickson
Obviously Nicole and Elizabeth don't care about you 😝
Omg Mum Huialynn Tucker you gonna live for ever.....lol Caleb Johnstón and Bailee Johnston best yous be hanging out with me some more ahhhhh😉
Right now my kids are killing financially and emotionally and they're only 12 and 13 so if I let them stay at home longer they I achieve immortality? Somehow I don't see it!
bullshit, both my parents lived with me and my husband and my father still died when he was 59. this is just away to guilt peoples kids into spending more time with mom and dad. I say do it cause you want to do it not because science tells you too.
Although Islam recognizes both parents, mothers are given particular gratitude and respect. This attitude of Islam is better understood if we realize the hardships and suffering that mothers experience in their lives. It was narrated by Abu Hurairah (R) that a man came to the Prophet (pbuh) and asked him, "Who amongst his near one had the greatest right over him?" The Prophet replied, "Your mother". The man then asked, "Who after that?" to which the Prophet replied again, "Your mother". Asked who is next, the Prophet again replied, "Your mother". When the man asked who after that, the Prophet said, "Your father".
what a load of rubbish. fake headlines, click bait. these are not scientists, they are humanities researchers. it is about loneliness, not whether your kids are around or not. and some parents don't deserve to have their children around.
1. "We have enjoined on man kindness to his parents; in pain did his mother bear him, and in pain did she give him birth" (46:15).67
2. "Thy Lord hath decreed that ye worship none but Him3, and that ye be kind to parents. Whether one or both of them attain old age in thy life, say not to them a word of contempt, nor repel them, but address them in terms of honor. And out of kindness, lower to them the wing of humility, and say: ‘My Lord! bestow on them Thy Mercy even as they cherished me in childhood' "(17:23-24).
3. "We have enjoined on man and woman kindness to parents; but if they (either of them) strive (to force) thee to join with Me anything of which thou hast no knowledge, obey them not'" (29:8).
4. "We have enjoined on man and woman (to be good) to his/her parents; show gratitude to Me and to thy parents; to Me is (thy final) Goal. If they (parents) strive to make thee join in worship with Me things of which thou hast no knowledge, obey them not; yet bear them company in this life with justice (and consideration) and follow the way of those who turn to Me (in love)" (31:14-15).
1. The Prophet Muhammad said, may Allah's peace and blessings be upon him: Your Heaven lies under the feet of your mother (Ahmad, Nasai).34
2. A man came to the Prophet and said, ‘O Messenger of God! Who among the people is the most worthy of my good companionship? The Prophet said: Your mother. The man said, ‘Then who?' The Prophet said: Then your mother. The man further asked, ‘Then who?' The Prophet said: Then your mother. The man asked again, ‘Then who?' The Prophet said: Then your father. (Bukhari, Muslim).
3. Abu Usaid Saidi said: We were once sitting with Rasulullah when a man from the tribe of Salmah came and said to him: O Messenger of Allah! do my parents have rights over me even after they have died? And Rasulullah said: Yes. You must pray to Allah to bless them with His Forgiveness and Mercy, fulfill the promises they made to anyone, and respect their relations and their friends (Abu Dawud and Ibn Majah).
4. Abdullah ibn Amr related that the Messenger of Allah said: The major sins are to believe that Allah has partners, to disobey one's parents, to commit murder, and to bear false witness (Bukhari, Muslim).7
5. It is narrated by Asma bint Abu Bakr that during the treaty of Hudaibiyah, her mother, who was then pagan, came to see her from Makkah. Asma informed the Messenger of Allah of her arrival and also that she needed help. He said: Be good to your mother (Bukhari, Muslim).
Fine if you live like next door but being 1400 km apart with your own family, home, kids, schooling, career and three weeks holiday a year - sorry not practical and this applies to more than the other way round. We are there and have our own hobbies and friends and more often than not find the grand-kids ( with their high tech gadgets ) more annoying than enjoyable !!!!
Well my.mother passed away at the start of last year I was very close to her and i hardly see mu father so.look like i won't be living for a long time