Some men can’t successfully take a raw egg to boiling point even if the fate of human race was hinged on it.
Many are chronically reluctant to enter the kitchen even when starving; they’d rather settle for quick fixes or fast foods.
If you are in this league, here are 5 reasons to help your wife, partner or lover, in the kitchen.
Sign of love
By assisting your wife in the kitchen, you are inadvertently showing her that you really do care.
Even if she doesn’t ask you to help, you can join her in the kitchen to lend a hand where needed (even if not to cook).
Helping your wife with house chores such as kitchen work is the easiest way to reduce her overall daily stress.
When you assist her, you make the work easier for her and she doesn’t think about the stressful day she’s had.
Who knows? You might boh have fun and also bond in the process.
No one belongs in the kitchen
If men don’t belong in the kitchen, so do women; they also don’t belong in the kitchen.
If no one belongs in the kitchen, the gender that has been made to believe they belong there deserves to be assisted.
She is not a slave
Imagine a scenario where a couple arrive home together after a long day and the wife still enters the kitchen alone; all the husband can think of is taking a shower, watch the TV and await the meal.
Your wife is a partner and a helper; don’t turn her into a slave by letting her run the house chores alone.
Husbands are instructed according to the bible, to love their wives.
Ephesians 5:25 says: “Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her” – which essentially means you should be willing to make little and big sacrifices for her.
Basically, you would assist her with that stressful cooking process if you love your wife.
Quran says any man who doesn’t assist the wife at home is neglecting sunnah. Even Aisha, wife of prophet Mohammed said: “He used to keep himself busy serving his family (كَانَ يَكُونُ فِي مِهْنَةِ أَهْلِهِ) and when it was the time for prayer he would go for it” (Bukhari).
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