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  1. AssalamuAlaikum. Mashallah, at first I didn’t really understand the message much though. Then I realized it can be a shame that most of us these days think that carrying each other to a point of indulgence is considered a sign of love, that’s only in dunya. And those productive couples nurture each other’s love for Akhira. I hope to see more of this.
    I really appreciate that, thanks for sharing! Jazak Allah Khair.

  2. That’s fantastic.it really reminds Muslims that in marriage,we have to remain focused on the here after not Only dunia.I hope this will impact on all Muslim families

  3. Fantastic reminders! And so so soooo important in the uber-materialistic world we live in, where we are constantly told that buying stuff = happiness.
    Jazakullah for creating and I look forward to sharing this and future animations with all my couple friends inshAllah!

  4. Assalam Aalykum,

    Nice clip with a nice message behind.

    Though I feel both aspects Deen and dune are important for building a loving and lasting relationship in the real world as explained in Quran and sunnah.

    Jazakallah ul khair

  5. Assalamu alaikum :) As a sister that has yet to get married, this makes me smile because these are easy steps I know will put barakah in my marriage inshaAllah. Perhaps abandonning those simple sunnahs is the root of many marrital issues nowadays. When we don’t remember God often, then sheytan can create cracks in the relationship. Allah swt knows best.

    • A salamu alaykum sister. From what I have been told and taught in this situation, you should strive to help your husband perform his salaat. Wake him up for fajr by sprinkling water on his face, bug and annoy him (lovingly) until he prays. Also if he is insistent in still not praying, then do not get in bed with him. Tell him your stance and show him that you are adamant about this. Salaat is a very important thing. It is what differentiates us from nonmuslims. Your husband must know that to get to you, he must first establish his relationship with Allah. Without prayer, your relationship has no blessings and is bound to fall apart. Also, make constant du’aa for him. May Allah make it all easy for us to pray, and to strenghthen our relationship with the ones we love by strengthening the relationship with Him. :)

      • Salam Alaykum,
        Pls what can one do to help his wife that doesn’t find praying easy at all, though she is a Muslim but prayers like fajr are always a problem because of her sleep, likewise the other obligatory prayers too. Jazaka Allah Khair

  6. Nice!

    I believe not abandoning dua after being in a marriage for a long time is super important.

    I know children work life and living will and do take over a lot of time but do not forget each other. At times when you feel helpless Allah can light the way and change your life. In shaa Allah.

    Read together. It will open up topics of discussion. Plan together your ideas combined will simplify things. It may take a bit of communication to understand each others way of thinking but we intended for this marriage to last forever. Nothing works if you don’t work for it.

  7. MashaAllah very simple but very strong way of putting the message across to our fellow brothers and sisters about the bonds/love/duties of marriage. Jazzak Allah Khairun. ان شاء الله Can’t wait to see more.

  8. ‘Love each other for the sake of Allah’

    This is such a complex message, and so wonderfully insightfull & important to people who are about to get married, as much as people who are married, I wonder if it’s possible to go into this concept a bit more?

    • I guess it means that the love they share for Allah is what really unites them. That they’re human love without The Creator is temporary and with Him it exceeds this life and insha’Allah carries on to the next. The love of Allah the partners both have is what ultimately keeps their relationship stronger then their love for each other and it is genuine love. The love they have transcends the temporary aspects of society (wealth etc). Allah, the Most High says: “Close friends on that Day will be foes to one another – except for the righteous.” [Sûrah al-Zukhruf: 67]

      The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Among Allah’s servants are people who are neither Prophets nor martyrs, but whom the Prophets and martyrs will deem fortunate because of their high status with Allah.”

      They asked: “O Messenger of Allah! Inform us of who they are.”

      He said: “They are people who loved each other for Allah’s sake, without being related to one another or being tied to one another by the exchange of wealth. By Allah, their faces will be luminous and they will be upon light. They will feel no fear when the people will be feeling fear and they will feel no grief when the people will be grieving.”

      i hope this adds to you’re understanding. Jazak’Allahu Khairun

  9. Sometimes it’s hard being married when you feel your husband isn’t giving you the thrill and the attention that you need. You are too shy to say anything, but then are miserable when your needs are unmet. I suppose loving him for the sake of Allah is to put my desires aside and hope I don’t do anything wrong…

  10. Masha Allah.Very Innovative “Happy Productive Muslim Couples” Series through animation this.
    Very short and sweet video, which opened my eyes .
    “They Love Each Other for Allahs sake” . A powerful tone . May Allah accept our good deeds and give strength
    to be a Productive Muslim Ummah .

  11. Assalamualaikom,
    Masha Allah brothers it was absolutely true. That when Husband and wife pray together ot increase love among them.

  12. When couples love each other for the sake of Allah it also assist the children growing up loving Allah, making the whole family a blessed one. Jazakum llahu khair Ahmed for the explanation given.
    Jazakum llahu khairan fi dunya wal akhira Sister Zaynab for this message.

  13. Actions speak louder than words..so true for this video. Its reminds me of Rasulullah SAW and Hazrat Aisha’s RA love. How loyal, devouted and Allah fearing man he SAW was and how pious, loving and trustworthy she RA was..If we just explore and read about Rasulullah’s SAW treatment with his wives, we will doubtlessly be good spouse.