Are the deeds of worship of a person whose parents are not pleased with him accepted?
I do not generally obey my parents and I distress them. My parents are not pleased with me. The following is stated in a hadith: «Allah’s consent is based on the consent of the parents. Allah’s wrath is based on the wrath of the parents.» According to that hadith, are my deeds of worship accepted? How can I please my parents? Is there a supplication about it?
Submitted by on Mon, 21/06/2021 - 14:35
Dear Brother / Sister,
You commit a sin when you distress your parents unjustly; the way to atone for it is not to say a supplication (dua) but to try to please them.
That sin does not invalidate your deeds of worship.
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