"If you're a mother working outside the home, I hope you'll take Elisabeth's challenge to pray to God and ask Him if there isn't something better for you."
"Those of you mothers who may be listening who can't stay home, who literally must go out and work, possibly because you're a single mother and you must support yourself and your children or possibly because your husband insists that you must go out and work and you are desirous of being obedient to God in that, then let me just say that you can pray that God in His time may enable you to stay home in some unimagined way"
well, from a muslim perspective, being a sahm is supposed to be the best possible job for a woman. but if she wants to work, then she can. legally in islam, the old saying which is supposed to be a joke, is the actual law.
' whats his is ours, and whats mine is mine'
oh, and in islam, no matter how much a woman earns, it is her rightto be looked after financially by her husband, even if he earns much much less.
Mohammed managed his first wife's business affairs for her as an employee before they got married. and after. she remained the owner and he continued his job after they were married in the same way as before