Pearl of Wisdom

Wasa'il al-Shi'a, narrating from Ishaq b. 'Ammar: 'I said to Abu Abdullah: 'I enforced upon myself [as a vow] two units of prayer to perform while travelling or at home in thanks to Allah: 'Should I pray them while travelling during the daytime?' He said, 'Yes.' He then said, 'I hate the making of things obligatory; which is when a man makes something obligatory upon himself.' I said, 'I did not make them [the two units] obligatory on myself for Allah, but I made it incumbent for myself, to pray in thanks to Allah, and I did not make it obligatory for myself. So can I leave them, ifl want?' He said, 'Yes.'

Ishaq b. 'Ammar
Ibid. v. 16, p. 189, no. 1

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Question : #970 Category: Divorce / Talaq
Subject: is this right
Question: I got married by phone on Hajj day. My husband i realized 2yrs later did not get the marriage registered ( though I am told that it is valid according to Islamic Law). Now my husband stopped contracting me since 35days,it seems that he wants a divorce, due to pressure of his family ( sisters/mother/).His family is doing Black magic. Before marriage he made many promises to me, as I am alone, he kept nothing. What should I do and where do I stand. Pls advice

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