Allah will provide

One of the most ridiculous sayings we have is that “Allah will provide”. It is an expression that suggests by doing nothing new or more, you will get support. This particular saying is used when someone gets an unexpected child or tries to justify having more children when they are struggling to feed the ones they already have.

The maths are simply. Every country has limited resources, with some worse than others. Those countries that do really well are those who have resources sufficient to suppose it’s population. Over population never solved anything! And Islam assignment of women in a family as being primary a babymaker is a significant part of that problem. If you disagree, tell me what is the role of a wife in the family?

If you are struggling, let me help you. The role of the father and mother are in raising the baby. They both should share the role of generating income, household, and limit their expenditures to what “they can afford” including not having children they cannot provide for. And just like that, we destroy the myth that “Allah will provide” and reduce the suffering that parents, their children, and society will face.

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