In religion Islam, one of the important aspects of life is getting married. Both male and female are encouraged in Islam to get married. Moreover, besides the general commendation of marriage, Islam also tells its followers to build such a marital relationship where both the partners live happily, so they may give birth to the better generation
This life is not perfect. Allah never meant for this life to be perfect and He has told us this multiple times in the Quran. While there will be happiness that comes our way in our lives, there will also be difficulties that we will have to encounter. In marriage, too, happiness and difficulties will come hand in hand. Allah has said in the Quran “With hardship comes ease.” Not before it. Not after it. But with it. This means that in all relationships and in all walks of life, happiness and sadness will come hand in hand.
Many Muslims today are facing the harsh truth of finding it difficult to get married because they are unable to find the perfect person for themselves. Muslims especially in foreign countries are finding it difficult to find their soul mate either because of lack of choices or because something or the other does not match up to them.
Many Muslim marriages succeed or fail because of the following attribute of kindness. Some spouses have it for the other while others don’t. But kindness does not only refer to the kindness that husbands and wives show to each other rather in a Muslim marriage the spouses are required to show kindness to their spouse’s families as well.