Pearl of Wisdom

'I have not profited by any speech after the Messenger of Allah (SAWA) more than by a letter written by 'Ali b. Abi Talib (AS). He wrote to me, saying, But now, indeed man grieves for having missed that which he would not have attained anyway, and is overjoyed at attaining that which he would not have missed anyway. So, let your happiness be for what you attain for your Hereafter, and let your regret be for what you miss of it. Do not be happy for what you attain for this world, nor regret sorrowfully what you miss from it, and let your concern be for what comes after death, and peace be with you. '

Ibn 'Abbas
Matalib al-Sa'ul, p. 55

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Question : #569 Category: Marriage - Muta'
Subject: Mutah by female
Question: Salam
A man who is away from his wife can contract mutah. What about the wife whose husband is away from her? Does our religion provide avenues to address her needs?

Likewise, a single man can contract temporary marriage; what about the single woman who is not married?
Answer: Salam

1)The wife who their husband has been sexually away from her for 4 months can go to an Hakam al-Shar (marja taqled or wali faqih)and can ask and apply for a divorce.

2) The single woman thats want to conduct islamic marriage if she is a virgin and hasn't been married before has to get the permission of her father and this also depends on the maraja she may follow.
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Salam, a woman whose husband is away (either for studies or business or pleasure), would not want to ask for a divorce especially f it will cause harm to her family especially if she have children. It is not an option for her as it will cause a breakdown of the family, cause a stigma to herself and her family and her children will suffer. If this is her only option, then she will have no other recourse (being a mother) but suppress her needs and bear it patiently while her husband does not have to. Is there no other avenues for her except for this that our religion can provide?
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