A religious person is better for both this life and hereafter. 'Religious' does not mean who prays and fast only - the definition is 'who abstains from all sins' - this includes our dailiy life, food, finances, dress, full hijab and Niqab, manners and purification of heart - read the article and Khutbah on our site and listen to leactures .. inshaAllah your knowledge will increase.
Make your choice for Taqwa(piety) instead of just looking for the apparent beauty or wealth.
It is an ibadah to seek help from Allah. We should not become despondent if our Dua's have not been answered. It may be that Allah Ta'ala has bestowed on us another bounty, or granted us relief from a difficulty, or a reward is given to us in the Akhirah in place of it. Alhamdulillah,
Allah Ta'ala always grants us what is best for us and we should not be hasty or ungrateful.
In addition, it is important to research and read books and articles on marriage so that we look for the qualities in a man that are pleasing to Allah Ta'ala. There are articles on this website too. Do read them and acquire the knowledge of Deen.
May Allah Ta'ala grant you a spouse that will be the coolness of your eyes. Ameen!
To have one's wishes accepted, one may seek the help of Allah through Salaatul Haajah. Please check on the main page for the method of performing it.
We would advise you not to be hasty in expecting your du'as or wishes to be fulfilled. Things happen according to the wish of Allah. If a prayer is delayed in being answered, then that is what is best for us at the time. If it is not answered in this world, then it is kept for the Aakhirah,
where its rewards will benefit us.
And Allah knows best.
Ask Alimah Team
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