Q: What is our responsibility to parents? "One drop of mother's milk cannot be repaid." Is that true?
Undoubtedly, the amount of importance that Islam has placed on gratitude towards parents, attainment of their satisfaction, good behavior with them, etc., is unparalleled. In particular, the mother has been given three times more dignity than the father. Because the mother is ahead of the father in all three cases of conception, lactation and lactation. These things can only be done by the mother. Therefore, in the case of good behavior and good behavior, the mother has been given three times more priority in Islam than the father.
In fact, even if the child tries his best to realize his mother's rights, it is not possible to do so properly. Various poets, writers, singers and lyricists have tried to present this word in various ways to take it seriously. One of them is the famous mother's song Kali:
"The price of mother's milk is one loan
Even if you make a rug, the loan will not be repaid.
No one will be so compassionate, my mother. "
The above statement has the same meaning.
In short, the meaning of this word is correct. Therefore, it is our duty to show gratitude and due respect to the parents (especially to the mother), to serve and obey them, to speak softly to them, not to speak in a threatening tone with tears in their eyes, their health, Taking care of medical treatment, food, clothing, etc., treating them kindly, praying to Allah for them, etc.
Although it is not possible to fulfill the rights in this way, it is necessary for every child to try their best.
May Allah grant us the tawfiq to fulfill our essential responsibilities towards parents - especially mothers. Amen.