Pearl of Wisdom

'I saw Aba 'Abdillah (AS) with a spade in his hand and wearing thick clothes, working in his yard with sweat dripping from his back. I stepped forward and said, may I be your ransom, allow me to work in your place.' He replied, 'Verily I love for a man [myself] to bear the sun's heat in the quest for a living.'

Abu 'Amr al-Shaybani
al-Kafi, v. 5, p. 76, no. 13

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Question : #435 Category: Family Issues
Subject: children obeying their parents
Question: What is the degree to which a child is obligated to obey the orders of his parents?
Answer: Islam makes it incumbent on the child to deal with his parents with kindness (husna).

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