the bond between a mother and a child departs markedly from other types of love, and this is where the Sufi-like aspect comes into play because the believer has an absolute, pure love, which does not want to be self-serving in any way, even though this is almost impossible to achieve
Let my breath add to the beauty of my nation / Like how a flower adds to the beauty of a garden
Restless I am / In your separation / Enjoining I am / A necklace of tears
A torch has Allah given me / A radiant lamp has He made me / Noble are those ones indeed / Whom others find while in need
First of all, God makes it clear that both men and women have been created in the same manner and their destinies are inter-related, as if they are the two parts of a single body. The little divergence in their physical structures is for no other reason than that they performed the journey of life comfortably.