Daughters – Blessing of Allah
Before my marriage, my three younger brothers-in-law were already married. Two lived separately with their families and one with my parents-in-law, he do not have children. After my marriage, I was worried if Allah will bless be with children! But He has mercy on me and blesses me with a baby girl. Although, her organs were perfect and no mental disorder, but she cannot move her head and was unable to eat or drink.
Me and my husband consulted many doctors, including the top most doctors and hospitals of the province, but all of them said, that as it is a defect by birth, so it is in-curable. After years of struggle we finally abort our efforts for her treatment. But my husband always asks me to practice patience and have faith on Allah. He said, Allah puts us in exam with a blessing; as daughters are said to be, so He will surely reward us.
“O you! who have believed, seek help through patience and prayer. Indeed, Allah is with the patient.”
Al-Quran, Surah Bakarah, Verse No. 153
After four years of patience, Allah blesses us with his Rahmat and Naimat; a daughter and a son. Today, I feel great love for our first daughter. Although, she is disable, but for us, she is a blessing!
So, those who have only daughters, should not worry, instead must be obliged to Allah as they are being blest. Also, those women, who has daughter as first child should also not feel anxious, and must remember that they are daughters themselves.
May Allah give us the ability to recognize His blessing and be grateful to all He give. Ameen
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