Answered by Ustadha Zaynab Ansari, SunniPath Academy Teacher
In the Name of Allah, the Gracious, the Merciful
I pray this finds you well.
Your husband's words have no effect. What matters is that you performed your Umrah in accordance with the Sunna, following all the proper manners entailed therein. If your intention was for Allah Ta'ala, then you should think well of Allah Most High and trust Him to reward you for this act of devotion.
What your husband said was hurtful and it's good that he apologized. You should move on, but perhaps consider why you had an argument at such a time and what you can do in the future to prevent it from reoccurring.
MMVIII © Qibla.
All rights reserved
No part of this article may be reproduced, displayed, modified, or distributed without the express prior written permission of the copyright holder. For permission, please submit a request at our Helpdesk.
The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, "Knowledge is only through study." While some knowledge can be gained from reading or casually listening to lectures, the best means to gain knowledge is through finding a qualified teacher and then setting up a systematic program of learning. Picking up a book or reading an article and trying to figure things out on our own is no substitute for learning from someone who has a direct link to our living tradition.
Through joining an online class at Qibla, you can benefit from convenient, online courses that will give you access to reliable scholars and our popular curriculum learning tracks. Knowledge gained in these courses will both build your iman and assist you in putting into practice what you learn. Don't give yourself less than you deserve, register today.