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Instilling love of the Prophet in our kids
THERE are a number of ways to instill love of the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessing be upon him, in the hearts of our children.
The parents can tell them the stories that have been narrated of the children of the Sahabat (Companions of the Messenger) at the time of the Prophet, how they fought those who tried to harm him, how quickly they responded to his call and obeyed his commands, and how they loved that which he loved, and how they memorised the hadith of the Prophet.
The parents should also help him/her to memorise as much hadith as she can of hadiths, and reward her for that… One of the things that was narrated concerning that was the words of al-Zubayri: Malik ibn Anas had a daughter who memorised his knowledge — i.e. al-Muwatta’.
She used to stand behind the door and if a student made a mistake she would knock on the door, and Malik would be alerted and would correct him. And it was narrated that al-Nadar ibn al-Harith said, “I heard Ibrahim ibn Adham say, ‘My father said to me, O my son, seek hadith, and every time you hear a hadith and memorise it, I will give you a dirham, so I learnt hadith in that way.”
The parents should teach him/her — according to her level of understanding — about the life of the Prophet and his Jihad to spread the message of Islam, and the lives of the Sahabah, both men and women — may Allah be pleased with them, so that she will grow up loving these noble people, and be influenced by their behaviour, and will be keen to strive and sincere in correcting herself and supporting her religion.
The Sahabah and the Salaf (early generations) were keen to teach their children about the life of the Messenger of Allah, and they would teach it alongside teaching the Quran, because his seerah is the interpretation of the the meanings of the Quran, as well as stirring up emotions and demonstrating true Islam and having a wondrous effect on the soul.
It also carries the meanings of love and jihad to save mankind from misguidance and bring them to guidance, from falsehood to truth, from the darkness of jahiliyyah (ignorance) to the light of Islam.
When telling their daughter about the life of the Prophet and the lives of the male and female Sahabah (may Allah be pleased with them), the father and mother must tell her about things that she can relate to, such as the childhood of the Prophet, some stories about his life with (his wet-nurse) Halimah al-Sa’diyyah, and how Allah bestowed goodness and blessings upon Halimah and her family because of him, the night of the Hijrah and how Allah covered the eyes of the mushrikeen, and other stories which demonstrate how Allah helped him.
Thus the girl’s heart will be filled with love for Allah and love for His Messenger. It was narrated from ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib that the Prophet said, “Train your children to acquire three characteristics: love of your Prophet, love of his family and reading the Quran, for the bearers of the Quran will be in the shade of Allah on the Day when there will be no shade except His, with His Prophets and His chosen ones.” (narrated by al-Suyuti in al-Jami’ al-Sagher)
It would be a good idea if the parents devote a suitable time for teaching the life of the Prophet during the daily family lesson, when the children can read about seerah in simplified books, or the father or mother can tell them these stories in a manner that is appropriate to the child’s age.
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