Sep 20, 2013

A Couple Made a Deal the Night of Their Nikah...

by Unknown

A couple made a deal the night of their Nikah to NOT open the door of their room to anybody who comes knocking in the morning for any reason, In the morning the parents of the husband came and knocked on the door, the husband and the wife were looking at each other and as they agreed before, they did not open the door.

After a while the parents of the bride came knocking at the door… to check on them, the couple were looking at each other, then the bride dropped a tear and started crying, she said :”I cannot keep them knocking and not open the door, I miss them already”

The husband did not say anything and he let her open the door for her parents.

Years and years passed and the couple had 5 children, the first ones were boys and the 5th was a little girl, when she was born the father was extremely happy that Allah blessed him with her and he made Aqeeqa for her in grand style, people were so amazed with his joy and his happiness that they asked him, why are you so happy with her more than you were before with her older brothers?

He answered simply:”She is the one who will open the door for me”

Baby girls are the comfort of the eyes of their father
They hold the key to their mothers hearts
Daughters are really unique. They care for their parents even after they are married.
You do not simply hear of daughters abusing their parents.

To all the daughters out there, my sincere dua for you -

“May Allah (swt) make you like Fatima (peace and blessings of Allah be upon her), the daughter of our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (saw) who cared so much for her dear Father. Ameen!”

I'd love to hear your opinions on this topic.  Please post in the comments section below :)


this is so beautiful

This story made me cry. It's beautiful !!! My father passed away 1 year 1/2 ago. And I still cry for him and make du'a for him every single day .

May Allah place him in Firdaus (aameen)

Hi ,


Nice story but what u said at the end I don't agree as there are boys too who look after their parents even more than their daughters.May b you hav not witness these situations but I did alhamdullillah. I sincerely think those boys who do look after their parents need to hav our duas too. So i would suggest in your last sentence "To all the sons & daughters out there, my sincere dua for you "

Altaaf Hussein.

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