okay, I'm excited? YES.
So ever since my holidays here, I've witnessed 4 married couples completing half of their deen. Alhamdulillah, I am happy for them. Witnessing the wedding vow is so much interesting. It is pretty much touches my heart when I watched my dad and the groom-to-be cited it together. It feels that dad has given the full responsibilities to my brother in law to take care of his daughter. In Islam, as the daughter is already married, her priority should be her husband first, then her mom in law, then only her parents after Allah & Rasulullah. So I was freak out a bit and thinking not to have too many daughters once I get married, so I wont feel so much left out. Haha.
Well, my wedding invitations started with the wedding of my sister Syakira. I touched down Kuala Lumpur on 21st November 2103, and the big day was on 23rd November. So I was a little bit hectic after staying up late and struggle on my final examination. I looked exhausted on that day and my first night was not really good. I can't sleep because it is too hot even I turned on the air-cond on its lowest degree. The good things about her wedding is that I was able to meet my best buddies during high school. So they turned out to Kuala Kangsar and sleepover for 2 days at my house. Since the workload are quite heavy, we have extra man powers imported from them and my other sisters' friends. Tabarakallah sweetheart for the help. May Allah rewards you with goodness :)
My wedding list was followed by my 2 cousins one from my dad's side and the other was on my mom's side. Now that I feel having a large family members is a need, we were quite busy preparing, discussing on things and stuffs on their wedding day. I was appointed to be the master of the ceremony on that day. Well, I haven't be one for quite so long and I noticed I was shaking a bit at the beginning but managed to settle down myself.
Out of all, receiving a shocking news on my friend's wedding excites most of my batch-mates. I mean, this is just the 2nd month of 2014. Not even turn 21 yet. Why so sudden? Haha. Getting married at an early age is quite an option but when I started to think on the commitment I need to give, I think I would fail on being a good wife. Marriage is a big step in anyone's life. It's about responsibilities. You can't just get married if you like the person. For me, marriage is another journey to begin with. There is always option to end this journey which is divorce. But whoever wants to remarried for couple of times right. To have a safe and a marriage which last is to know why do you get married at the first place? It's a good start to lessen the overboard socialisation that occurred the ummah nowadays but that doesn't only the things. A good intention is to get married for Allah and from that I know the relationship between the husband and wife would be on the basis of Islam :)
May Allah guides us to the right path. Amin.
|The Tsukushi family with the new family member. Welcome to the family, brother.|
|Fatin & her husband. They got married on June, but the reception was held on December. |
Waiting for my arrival maybe? hehe
|Shazwin Sofina, you are a wife already. T.T |
Congratulations sayang! I still can't believe it. haha.
Does anyone else find it beautiful that if she is a man's key to paradise
in helping him fulfill half his deen with her in marriage
and that in attaining his pleasure through her life and obedience as his wife and a Muslimah.
He is her door to Jannah, the key that opens the doorthey need each other's help to get there. masha'Allah
May Allah bless.