Recent Endorsements for EternalGarment.com from Shaykh Yasir Qadhi.

Here are some highlights from our presence at the ISNA 2012 bazaar.

We received two new endorsements: from Shaykh Omar Sulaiman, and Shaykha Yasmin Mogahed.

Our dear Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan stopped by our booth to show his support.

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A BIG Jazak’Allahu Khairan to our beloved Shaykh Yasir Qadhi, for graciously spending a few minutes at our ISNA booth, offerring some pearls of wisdom, and endorsing and supporting www.EternalGarment.com. Enjoy and SHARE SHARE SHARE 🙂

FREE Gift if you Sign-Up with EternalGarment at ISNA

EternalGarment will be at the ISNA Bazaar at Booth 103 !!! So Please drop by and bring your friends… For everyone that signs-up with us during ISNA, we will give you the very cute coffee mug shown below as a FREE Gift 🙂 So please do come by… See you there insha’Allah. Please SHARE SHARE SHARE this message…

Women are from Safa, and men are from Marwa

From EternalGarment.com

Understanding and respecting the differences between men and women.

Learning and appreciating these differences will only strengthen our relationships and lay the foundation for a blissful marriage insha’Allah. Enjoy and SHARE SHARE SHARE 🙂

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Broadening our minds when seeking Spouses…

Written by our beloved Imam Zaid Shakir

From www.EternalGarment.com — A very thought-provoking article written by Imam Zaid Shakir…

Too many Muslims are involved in marriages that devolve into an empty observation of duties and an equally vacuous demand for the fulfillment
of rights. While such practices are laudable in their proper context, when they are divorced from kindness, consideration, empathy, and true commitment they define marriages that become a fragile caricature. Such relationships are irreparably shattered by a silly argument, a few wrinkles on the face, unwanted pounds around the waist, a personality quirk or a whimsical desire to play the field to see if one can latch on to someone prettier, wealthier, younger, or possibly more exciting than one’s spouse…

For the Full Article, please CLICK HERE…

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Having difficulties seeking a good muslim spouse ?

Are You LOOKING FOR A GOOD MUSLIM SPOUSE ? Already tried asking friends/family but no good results yet? Attented numerous Islamic events, seminars and banquets, yet frustrated about not being able to actually bump into a good match? Scared of matrimonial websites because of all the online predators and scammers out there ?

Please checkout -> www.EternalGarment.com – An uniquely designed Muslim MATRIMONIAL website that’s OFFICIALLY ENDORSED by numerous Islamic SCHOLARS (See All Endorsements). The website is strictly monitored for respectful conduct, and guarantees to keep predators and scammers away. All profiles are 100% genuine, and members are mature and highly motivated to get MARRIED, not fool around.

If you are already married or not interested in marriage, we humbly request you to refer your family members and friends to our very SAFE and PRIVACY-ASSURED Muslim Matrimonial Service (www.EternalGarment.com). Therefore, please help us spread the word about our project:

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Or at least inform your friends and family to help get the word out about our very unique project designed to benefit the entire muslim ummah.

Jazak’ Allahu khairan in advance…

~ The Eternal Garment Team ~

Salat-ul-ISTIKHARA. What is it, and how & why pray it?

Have you ever wondered what Salat-ul-Istikhara is all about ?

Where did it come from ? Is it from the Sunnah ?
How exactly to pray Istikhara ?
Why should we pray Istikhara ?
What are the prerequisites of Istikhara ?
What are the benefits of Istikhara ?
What to expect after praying Istikhara?
When should we pray Istikhara ? Definitely a prayer you should perform when considering someone for marriage 😉

Here is a very comprehensive and informative video lecture on everything you have ever wanted to know about Istikhara. Please benefit and share 🙂

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The website is officially endorsed by numerous Islamic Scholars. To see all of our endorsements, Click Here.

Tips to win your spouse’s heart :-)

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Tips to win your WIFE’s heart:

♥ If your wife is still asleep when you have woken up, give her a gentle kiss on the forehead.

♥ Watch your wife’s beauty secretly.

♥ Whenever you have the opportunity, offer her a flower or a bouquet of flowers with a smile.

♥ Rather than trying to satisfy her too much, feel and say that YOU are satisfied with her. Your own satisfaction will satisfy her.

♥ On coming back home every time, give her a hug and a kiss on the forehead.

♥ Tell her that she looked really nice when she was asleep last night.

♥ Feel that you have never seen anybody like her and let her know it.

♥ Don’t look for her body. That’s already yours. Rather look for her mind. She’s looking for opportunities to offer it to you.

♥ Sometimes act like a child and let her teach you something. She can teach you some things that nobody else can.

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Tips to win your HUSBAND’s heart:

♥ Make Dua to Allah to make your marriage and relationship happy and successful.

♥ Try your best to be obedient and respectful of his (halal) requests.

♥ Always seek to please your husband, for he is your key to Jannah. The Prophet (saw) said “any woman who dies in a state where her husband is pleased with her, shall enter Jannah”.

♥ Be the first to apologize after arguments, even if you believe it wasn’t your fault. Allah (swt) will always honor and reward the one who tries to be the bigger person by humbling themself.

♥ Be grateful for all the things that your husband does do, and DONT ponder upon things that he doesnt do. An appreciative wife will always encourage the husband to naturally do more for his wife even without asking 😉

♥ Be playful, make jokes, and engage in fun activities with your husband. Make your husband want to come home to a fun and relaxing environment.

♥ Feel free to beautify and adorn yourself in the home for your husband. Your makeup, jewelry, and beauty is for him to appreciate, not the rest of the world.

♥ Review the characteristics of the Hoor Al-Ayn and try to imitate them if you can: ‘wear silk for your husband, put Kohl in your eyes to ‘enlarge’ them, and sing to your husband..’

♥ When your husband comes home, greet him with a warm hug and a beautiful and welcoming smile. Even if you have serious issues to talk about: delay that discussion till later when he is relaxed.

♥ As best as possible, keep the house clean and tidy… coming home to a nice clean organized home will definitely uplift his spirits and put him in a good mood…

What qualities to look for in a Spouse ?

There are millions of men looking for a wife, and millions of women looking for husbands, but sometimes people don’t know what qualities to look for, or how to go about seeking the right spouse for themselves.

Our beloved Prophet (saw) has encouraged us to seek Piety and Good Character above everything else. That doesn’t mean that we ignore other traits and qualities. It just means that we should make Piety and Good Character a high priority when we seek a spouse for marriage.

For a more detailed discussion of the topic, please checkout these two videos. Enjoy and share 🙂 Till next time… Salaam Alaykum, and Jumu’ah Mubarak!

How to Find your Islamic Soulmate

How to Find a Good Spouse