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It is narrated from Imām al-Bāqir (as): “To put collyrium (kohl) round the eyes gives the mouth a good smell, and makes the eye lashes strong and increases the power of sexual intercourse.”12 It is also narrated from Imām as-Ŝādiq (as): “To put collyrium (kohl) in the evenings is beneficial to the eyes and during the day it is Sunnah.”13 NOTE: Althought the traditions recommend the usage of kohl, they do not condone its usage in places where it can be seen by men and can be a source of attraction.
As highlighted earlier, satisfying one’s wife is very important and engaging in sexual intercourse quickly and hastily is not the correct way.
The Prophet (S) addressed him and said: “Allāh (Sw T) has not sent me to be a recluse, I swear by Allāh (Sw T) that has instigated me to this pure, orthodox and easy religion, I fast, I pray and I go to my wife, and any one that likes my custom, must be bound by my sunnah and custom, and Nikah8 is from my sunnah.”9 Satisfying one’s wife is an important issue in Islam, as demonstrated by the traditions below; indeed, lack of satisfaction over a long period of time can lead to frigidity and dislike towards the husband.
” (The companion) replied, “No.” The Prophet (S) asked: “Have you given anything as ŝadaqah today?
” (The companion) replied, “No.” The Prophet (S) told him: “Go to your wife and that is your very ŝadaqah to her.”4 In another tradition, Imām as-Ŝādiq (as) narrates that the Prophet (S) said to someone: “Are you fasting today?
He praised Allāh (Sw T) and then said: “What has happened, that a group from my followers don’t eat meat, or don’t apply perfume, or don’t go to their wives?
Whilst I eat meat, I apply perfume and also go to my wife.
A group of companions and Shī°as of Imām as-Ŝādiq (as) narrate that the Imām asked us: “What is the most pleasurable thing?
” We said: “There are many pleasurable things.” Imām said: “The most pleasurable thing is making love with (your) spouses.”1 It is also narrated from Imām as-Ŝādiq (as): “Whether in this world or in the hereafter, one has not, and will not, perceived a pleasure more pleasurable than sexual relations with women, and certainly this is the commentary of the words of Allāh (Sw T) in the Qur`an, in Surat Āli-’ Imrān, verse 14 where He states: He then said: “Indeed, the people of heaven do not take delight in the pleasures of heaven more than Nikah2; neither food nor drink has that much pleasure for them.”3 As with every other aspect of our lives, Islam provides us with all the necessary information for the sexual lives of man and woman.
It has the station of worship and ŝadaqah, and has been called the sunnah of the Prophet (S).
Imām as-Ŝādiq (as) narrates that the Prophet (S) addressed one of his companions on the day of Friday and asked: “Are you fasting today?
This is my sunnah, and any person that turns away from this sunnah is not from me.”7 Imām as-Ŝādiq (as) has also narrated: The wife of °Uthmān bin Ma°dhūn came to the Prophet (S) and said: “Oh messenger of Allāh (Sw T), every day °Uthmān fasts and in the evenings engages in Ŝalāt.” The Prophet (S) picked his sandals and angrily went to °Uthmān (such that he did not wait to put his sandals on) and saw him in the state of Ŝalāt.
Because °Uthmān saw the Prophet (S) he abandoned his prayer.
If these rules are paid attention to and carried out with the intention of the pleasure and closeness of Allāh (Sw T) and staying away from the evil of Satan, it is counted among the greatest of virtues.