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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...