Talking about extreme hardship in life

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1. A woman was talking to her husband about how life is difficult and how there is torture in and beyond the grave. She was agitated at how potentially for some, there is extreme hardship in life and afterwards for eternity. The husband tried to calm her down. She, in her disturbed state of mind, stopped talking but under her breath uttered the word ‘fazool’. When inquired why she said fazool, she said because she thought life is too hard and the punishment in the afterlife too torturous and that she would have liked to have life been simpler and easier. When asked if she thought that the rules that govern punishment were fazool, she said she didnot know and did not give a definite answer. Does that above behavior/utterance render the person out of islam? Does it necessitate renewing shahada and nikkah?

2. A husband suffers from OCD and Waswasa and is very cautious about the words his wife uses regarding matters of the deen. The wife is sometimes not careful with the words that she uses and therefore there is undue anxiety and conflict. How does couple address this in a balanced way?

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Asked on December 12, 2017 9:30 am
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1) No, not needed.
2) Both need spiritual guidance from an Alim of knowledge, piety, and practicality.
Avoid Waswasa and be regular in Salaat.

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Answered on January 14, 2018 10:02 pm