Family Issues and What is Considered 'Exposure'

Discussion in 'Tasawwuf / Adab / Akhlaq' started by Lonely_Mountain, Nov 15, 2014.

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  1. Lonely_Mountain

    Lonely_Mountain Active Member

    I hope so!

    Okay what if there is a Muslim brother or sister experiencing family problems and the only person they feel comfortable talking to, or the only person who is available to them is their school teacher (non-Muslim), would this be considered betraying the family? or exposing sins?
    What if the teacher is just listening to them and she won't do anything about it (i.e. tell services etc)?
    In some cases that is all some people have.
    What then? :/
  2. Ghulam e Mustafa

    Ghulam e Mustafa Active Member

    Hhhhmmm that's also right...
    Some experienced person can comment on this
  3. Lonely_Mountain

    Lonely_Mountain Active Member

    Hmm I think with issues you don't want to discuss there's no problem in telling Awliya,

    What about with problems you do want to discuss and express? Would that be considered gossip even if you don't want a solution?
  4. Ghulam e Mustafa

    Ghulam e Mustafa Active Member

    It's my opinion if anyone experienced this kind of difficulties like family issues which can't be discussed with anyone, goto a Daragah and tell Auliyallah everything which your experiencing Insha Allah, when we return from that place our heart feel relaxed. Like someone confronted us.
  5. Lonely_Mountain

    Lonely_Mountain Active Member

    Salaam alaykum,
    I wanted to know, if a brother or a sister is experiencing some family difficulties/ problems / or issues, were they to discuss it elsewhere or with someone else would this be considered them exposing the sins of their relatives?
    For example, I know when a female gets married she has responsibility to hide the sins of her husband? Or not discuss it outside the home etc? So she's not allowed to negatively complain or 'rant' about it so to speak..

    But what if someone was experiencing some annoyances at home and sometimes they know it can't be helped but they just need a friendly ear or something. Would that be unnecessary on their part?

    Because there are different scenarios experienced ranging from life threatening issues to small matters but which can still be harmful, so I just want to know what could be discussed ?

    I hope this sort of makes sense? :/


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