The Prophet as a Husband (Part-19)

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4. The Prophet peace be upon him said also: Those who are the best believers are those who have the best manners and the most kind to their families." Narrated by Al Tirmithi and others

5. The Prophet peace be upon him said also: The best of you is the best to his family and I am the best of you to my family.

6. The Prophet peace be upon him said also: Anything not involving the extolment of Allah is vanity or negligence except four things: exercising shooting, training the horse, playing with his family and learning swimming. Narrated by Al Nasai.

There are plenty of traditions urging the Muslims to have good manners with their families and relatives.
Muhammad peace be upon him Disciplines his Wives if Necessary True, the Prophet peace be upon him was all the time treating his wives mothers of the believers, may Allah be pleased with them  kindly and compassionately but this was not the case all the times; because the Prophet peace be upon him was wise & prudent, and was taking the right action at the right circumstances; therefore, if the kind treatment was feasible and useful, then he will never hesitate to treat them kindly, but if discipline, prevention and desertion were more appropriate, then he will apply it. A poet said in this regard:

Patience and Forbearing will not be feasible or useful if there were no determination and strictness.
Women are by nature crooked, tending to their sentiments and need always to be educated, cultivated and disciplined; therefore, Allah Almighty has assigned this responsibility to the men by saying: {Men are the ever upright (managers) (of the affairs) of women for what Allah has graced some of them over (some) others and for what they have expended of their riches. So righteous women are devout, preservers of the Unseen. And the ones whom you fear their non-compliance, then admonish them and forsake them in their beds, (Literally: a madajic reclining) and strike them, (i.e. hit them lightly) yet in case they obey you, then do not seek inequitably any way against them; surely Allah has been Ever-Exalted, Ever-Great} An-Nisa: 34.

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