How To Be Kind To Your Parents By Ibraahim Ibn Saaleh Al Mahmoud
HOW TO BE KIND TO YOUR PARENTS
However, should we look at Muslims’ lives we would become disappointed and distressed; many parents complain about their children’s disobedience to them and their mistreatment.
Most of their songs do not give them their rights but prefer their wives and friends to their mothers and fathers
If one of them were asked by his mother to take her to a hospital or to visit a relative, he would shout, raise his voice and start swearing.
On the contrary, should his wife ask him to take her to the market, or to an unimportant place, he would only be too glad to do so, without any objection nor disapproval.
Likewise, if a father asks his son to buy something for the house, he would start shouting and swearing; but if one of his friends had asked him to drive him to another town, even at the expense of his parents, he would accept this with pleasure.
Worse than this; some of the children even reach the point where they start abusing their parents, looking down on them, or even beating them, and then eventually take them to an old people’s home. We seek refuge with