salam aleikum my dear sisters ... I want to share some advices about Marriage ... This is mostly for those who just got married or who is going to get married... I will be choosing short topics and writing it every day , from the book that I'm reading inshaAllah ... We all have to learn and study our beautiful religion .. May Allah help us to become better Muslimahs ,better wives ,mothers and sisters...ameen [img=left]http://tbn2.google.com/images?q=tbn:ZRpqbbIoOGOEPM:http://www.fabiovisentin.com/photography/photo/12/red-rose-macro-dsc01410.jpg[/img]Etiquette of Meeting One's Husband when he returns from a journey Before leaving on a journey , a husband asked his wife what he should bring for her. She said:,"May Allah bring you back safely because you are my greatest blessing in this world and Hereafter .I need nothing but that you return to me safely ." Any husband would be glad to hear such a reply because it indicates that she loves him more than material things.. When the husband returns ,the wife should ask him how he is feeling and whether everything went well. She should show concern about what he ate and what he did .She should express gratitude to Allah for returning him home safely and should also tell the children to express gratitude to Allah.When her husband returns ,the wife should never bombard him with all the problems she experienced in his absence and then follow this up with a baggage of questions like What did you bring for me ? What did you bring for children? and Did you spend all our money ?Such questions will cause a wife to fall from the sight of her husband . Of course once he has settled at home ,she may ask him everything about the journey .She should also show happiness with whatever he brings for her even though it may not be exactly what she wants . She should never tell him that he should have brought something in a different style ,a different colour ,etc.. Saying such things will hurt his feelings and discourage him from bringing gifts in future.She should praise everything he brings and thank him profusely.