24 points on parents from hadith
Points from ahadith pertaining to parents:
(1) Service to parents result in increase in rizq (earnings, livelihood) and in longer life.
(2) A gaze of love and mercy cast at parents is the equivalent of an accepted Hajj.
(3) Service to parents is superior to Jihad.
(4) By rendering service to parents, one obtains the thawaab of a Hajj, Umrah and Jihad.
(5) Jannat lies under the feet of your mother.
(6) Gazing at one’s parents with anger is disobedience to parents.
(7) Disobedience to parents is among the kaba-ir (major) sins.
(8) He who is disobedient to parents will be disgraced. (The curse of disgrace is repeated thrice in the Hadith.)
(9) Abusing parents is among the major sins, even the utterance of a harsh word or a word of disrespect.
(10) Allah curses the one who displeases his parents.
(11) The one who troubles his parents will be punished here on earth (in addition to the punishment in the Aakhirah).
(12) The one who disobeys his parents and displeases them will not enter Jannat. (He will first suffer his punishment before being admitted into Jannat)
(13) The Doors of Jahannum are open for the one who disobeys his parents.
(14) A murderer of parents will be among the worst punished in the Aakhirah.
(15) The pleasure of the parents is the pleasure of Allah and the displeasure of the parents is the displeasure of Allah.
(16) Service to parents are among the noblest acts by Allah Ta’ala.
(17) Parents are either the Jannat or the Jahannum of their children. Cultivation of their pleasure leads to Jannat while displeasing them paves the way to Jahannum.
(18) A mothers dua for her children is accepted with swiftness.
(19) Jibraeel (alayhis salaam) cursed offspring who displease their parents in their old-age.
(20) The best Door to Jannat is one’s father. Either guard it or destroy it.
(21) Whoever desires increase in earnings and long life should be kind and obedient to their parents. Kindness to parents secures forgiveness for sins.
(22) The calamity of disobeying parents will be experienced before death as well as after death.
(23) Neither the Fardh nor the Nafl Ibaadat is accepted of a person who is disobedient to his parents.
(24) Among the major sins, the worst is to commit shirk with Allah Ta’ala. This is followed by the sin of disobedience to his parents.