I hosted Abu Hurayrah for seven days; he, his wife and his servant would divide the night into thirds, [whereby] he would pray, then wake up the other who would then pray, and then wake up the other [who would then also pray].
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.
[After marriage], Umm Saalih and I lived together for twenty years, and we did not disagree over [even] a word!
[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?
What is the Sunnah when it comes to the wife praying with her husband? Should she stand in line next to her husband, or behind him?
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.
If a husband died leaving [behind] his wife, and the wife was unaware [of his death] until after two months [had passed], are these months [which have passed] to be taken into consideration as from the days of the ‘iddah? and when is she required to begin her ‘iddah?
If the wife becomes angry with her husband over a worldly issue, and then stopped talking to him and sitting with him for a certain period amounting to days, then what is the ruling regarding that?
What is the Sunnah regarding [the manner of] the prayer of the woman with her husband? Should she stand in line by his side, or should she pray behind him?
‘Woe be to you! I did not look at anything other than my two thumbs from the moment I left [home], until I returned back [home] to you.’