For everyone, Marriage is a fundamental necessity. It’s an agreement between two individuals who want to spend the rest of their lives together. They enhance our quality of life and alter our habits. When you marry someone, you embrace them as human beings and all of their beliefs, and you seek to incorporate them into your own life. Previously, Marriage was defined as joining two individuals as lifemates and recognizing their families as your own.
Developing a deep, meaningful marriage, as well as other essential folks in your life, contributes to your mental health and well-being. In a healthy marriage, you may connect with the other person, better understand them, and provide and receive emotional support.
Emotional support is, in fact, a crucial component of a good relationship. It not only draws partners closer together, but it also provides them the fortitude to face and conquer various obstacles in their relationship and life.
Allah(SWT) acknowledges the attractiveness of marital relations in Surah Ar-Rum, verse 21, by saying that He has put love and kindness between couples so that they might find comfort and happiness in one another.
And of His signs is that He created for you from yourselves mates. You may find tranquility in them, and He placed between you affection and mercy. Indeed, that are signs for a people who give thought (Ar-Rum 30:21)
In Islam, they said spouses to as “twin halves of each other,” implying that they are incomplete without one another and that Marriage completes their souls by forging an affectionate link. Allah (SWT) has created couples for each other, as though a single soul has been divided into two bodies. Allah (SWT) created partners with the exact nature and mindset. After Marriage, they understand each other, make joint decisions with the same viewpoint, solve issues by supporting each other, and live in harmony.
Marriage is a love-based connection. Marriages that are not based on love do not continue long since it is impossible to live together for the rest of one’s life. The marital tie is a love relationship through which couples may express their feelings and receive love and tranquility from one another.
When a single person loves someone and believes that another person would be a delightful companion for them, Allah (SWT) advises them to marry. It is not required for your spouse to be of like position or appearance to you; if they are of excellent character, it makes no difference whether or not they are enslaved.
Because our prophets, including Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH), were married, we believe Marriage is Sunnah. If we match, it signifies that we are following Hazrat Mohammad’s Sunnah (PBUH). He mentioned in one of his Hadiths:
‘O young people! Whoever among you can marry, should marry, and whoever cannot marry, is recommended to fast, as fasting diminishes his sexual power. (Sahih Al Bukhari 1: Chapter 68, Hadith 5065)
As a result, Islam instructs Muslims and individuals worldwide to choose companions for themselves and live a happy and loved life. According to Islam, couples care for one other’s emotional needs, and a healthy connection between spouses can bring two individuals to heaven.