Children Around the Prophet SAW: 8 CD SET

Children Around the Prophet SAW: 8 CD SET
Title: Children Around the Prophet SAW 8 CD SET: How Muhammad (sws) Raised the Young Companions
Artist: Dr. Hesham al-Awadi
Publisher: Meem Music

This 8 CD set introduces a new dimension to the Seerah or life of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW), which has rarely been looked at in past Seerah narratives: Focusing upon how the Prophet (SAW) taught, dealt, and interacted with children, many of whom grew up to become outstanding companions and model Muslims.
In introducing parents and potential parents to the Prophetic example of dealing with children, Dr. Hesham Al-Awadi tackles the challenges and complexity of raising children, and the necessity to understand and cater for their needs. Throughout these lectures recorded at Birkbeck College, University of London, Dr. Al-Awadi, a renowned Seerah historian draws upon instances from the Prophet's (SAW) life in order to address the emotional, spiritual, moral, sexual, and social dimensions of raising children in today's society.

Lecture Set Highlights
* Prepare to experience a new dimension in the life of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) ...
* Learn a wide range of ways and methods that the Prophet (SAW) employed when dealing with children.
* Emphasizes the complexity of raising children, and the necessity to understand and cater to their needs.
* Introduces and famliarizes Muslims with some of the children that lived during the time of the Prophet (SAW), as part of a wider endeavor to educate Muslims of their Islamic History and those who shaped it.

CD 01 Introduction
CD 02 Developing the Emotional
CD 03 Developing the Iman (Belief) sound clip (WMA format)
CD 04 Developing the Worship
CD 05 Developing the Morals
CD 06 Disciplining the Sexual Desires
CD 07 Developing the Social sound clip (WMA format)
CD 08 Conclusion

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