I live [together] with my father, my mother, my wife and my brothers in one house, and sometimes I bring something specifically for my wife to eat – without my parents knowing [about it]. And privately together, my wife and I eat; so what is the ruling regarding that?
I am married to a very good man who treats me well, and together we have three children. However, he does not pray in the masjid, but regularly prays at home – whether or not he is busy.
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My wife is a Muslim, and she fasts [the month of] Ramadhaan, however, she does not pray or do any [other religious] acts [of worship, and neither does she obey me or offer her prayer.
[What is] the ruling regarding spreading marital secrets, and talking to his friends about that which occurs between the husband and wife; very often he talks about things which a person would be shy to mention?
My husband does not pray, and I sometime wake him up for the salaah, but he severely admonishes me, and sometimes he [even] beats me. [So] should I leave him be, or should I [continue to] encourage him to pray, or what should I do with him? Please guide me, and baara-kAllaahu feekum.
They would yearn that a man [from amongst them] would have a secret hoard of righteous deeds that neither his wife nor any other would know about.