Hadith of the Day: A Glance With Love

Today’s Hadith is about: Reward for showing love to parents

Hadith - A glance with love

Hadith on showing affection to parents

The Messenger of Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “The pious offspring who casts a single look of affection at his parents receives a reward from Allah equal to the reward of an accepted Hajj.” The people enquired: “O Prophet of Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam), if someone casts a hundred such glances of love and affection at his parents, what then?” The Messenger of Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “Yes, indeed, even if one does so a hundred times a day, he will get a hundred fold reward. Allah is far greater than you imagine and is completely free from petty narrow mindedness.” [Sahih Muslim]

No one jumps at the chance to see others advance beyond them in this world aside from our parents, who love to see their children happier than them all around, and for this they energetically penance whatever they have.

Love your parents and think about this go about as a benefit and a wellspring of reward in the afterlife. How much parents love their youngsters, the amount they cheerfully penance for them, and the amount they need their kid to be more advantaged than they are, must be comprehended when an individual turns into a parent themselves.

Allah is the one in particular who truly realises what is inside a parent’s heart. So as to assist us with acknowledging and be thankful for their adoration Allah (subhana wa ta’ala) gives us piles of reward from Himself for cherishing our parents. Genuinely, nobody is as grateful as Allah of the adoration that parents show their children.

Should an individual take a gander at their parents affectionately even a hundred times each day, Allah (subhana wa ta’ala) will give them the reward of a hundred accepted Hajj’s. There is no shortage with Him. He needs to set no amounts on how much reward an individual may gain in a day. It is people who are frivolous and closefisted towards one another.