Yusuf islam yusuf heaven - where true love goes
This is a Hadith of the Prophet (Peace and blessings be upon him). Actually it’s in Quran talking about this. In paradise there are many things that you cannot describe, you can’t understand. Allah mentioned in Quran many things about the Paradise, it doesn’t compare with this, and those women there don’t compare with women here. Women there, Allah tells you about them, do not have monthly cycles, they do not eliminate (they do not go to the bathroom). This is not in Paradise, so they are not compared. So, get this mentality straight, get your head straight - don’t compare that to this it’s much better.
The food there is not like the food here, the digestive system there is not like the one here. What you have there is very real and it never breaks, doesn’t go bad, you don’t go to the doctor.
And by the way, men you are going to love this. In the Jannah, two things: there’s no “honey do” list (some of the ladies laughing; they know what I’m talking about). You know what that is? When you get home “Honey would you do this and do that?” that’s “honey do.” So, there’s no “honey do” list and there’s no tool box because you don’t have to fix anything, everything is perfect. So, don’t confuse virgin girls in the paradise with the dancing girls here in a bar somewhere. This is totally different, this is not prostitution.
Please! Stop reading these goofy books. It’s totally different, you don’t understand it, but Allah gives it to you.
The women have something even better. Their husband becomes the guy that they wanted him to be here. Can you imagine that?
Sheikh Yusuf Estes
Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah said: "The word soorah (image) in this hadeeth
is like all the other names and attributes narrated (in the texts) where the words
used may also be applied to created beings, in a limited manner. When these words
are applied to Allaah, they carry a unique meaning, such as al-Aleem (All Knowing),
al-Qadeer (All-Powerful), al-Raheem (Most Merciful), al-Samee (All Hearing),
al-Baseer (All-Seeing), and such as His creating with His hands, rising above the Throne,
etc." Naqd al-Tasees , 3/396