Prophet Muhammad pbuh from birth to prophethood

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Slides on understanding the Prophet's youth life and the usrah program was presented to parents and youth @ Taaruf Session on 7 February 2010.

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  • Prophet Muhammad pbuh from birth to prophethood

    1. 1. TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF TAARUF
    2. 2. Flow • Prophet’s Youth • Usrah • Taaruf
    3. 3. Who is the role model for our Muslim Youth?
    4. 4. But Muhammad was 40 years old when he became a Prophet? Can we learn from his youth life before prophethood?
    5. 5. Yes, we can! His youth was divinely prepared.
    6. 6. so tell me...
    7. 7. Social background orphan lost his father before he was born lost his mother at age of six
    8. 8. did he give up hope?
    9. 9. Worldly life is short & temporary
    10. 10. Residence - live in different houses
    11. 11. Residence - live in different houses his mother’s house at birth
    12. 12. Residence - live in different houses his mother’s house at birth his first nurse Halima Al-Sa’dia,’s house in the desert, from birth up to age of two
    13. 13. Residence - live in different houses his mother’s house at birth his first nurse Halima Al-Sa’dia,’s house in the desert, from birth up to age of two his mother’s house from two until the age of six
    14. 14. Residence - live in different houses his mother’s house at his grandfather birth Abdul Muttalib’s house, from six until his first nurse Halima the age of eight Al-Sa’dia,’s house in the desert, from birth up to age of two his mother’s house from two until the age of six
    15. 15. Residence - live in different houses his mother’s house at his grandfather birth Abdul Muttalib’s house, from six until his first nurse Halima the age of eight Al-Sa’dia,’s house in the desert, from birth his uncle Abu Taleb’s up to age of two house when he was eight years of age his mother’s house from two until the age of six
    16. 16. Residence - live in different houses his mother’s house at his grandfather birth Abdul Muttalib’s house, from six until his first nurse Halima the age of eight Al-Sa’dia,’s house in the desert, from birth his uncle Abu Taleb’s up to age of two house when he was eight years of age his mother’s house from two until the age of six
    17. 17. Residence - live in different houses his mother’s house at his grandfather birth Abdul Muttalib’s house, from six until his first nurse Halima the age of eight Al-Sa’dia,’s house in the desert, from birth his uncle Abu Taleb’s up to age of two house when he was eight years of age his mother’s house from two until the age of six
    18. 18. Did he become upset?
    19. 19. adapt to various situations & changes
    20. 20. Work •as a •as a shepherd trader between between the ages the ages of 8 and of 15 and 15 35
    21. 21. Patience
    22. 22. good judge of people’s characters
    23. 23. Financial Status descended from one of the greatest Arab families
    24. 24. however, he was poor ...
    25. 25. mingle with both rich and poor
    26. 26. Social & Political activities in society •from 15 • at age of until the 18, age of 18, participated took part in in the tribal war of Fujar federation with of Fudul Quraysh
    27. 27. learnt art of war
    28. 28. learnt art of peace & negotiation
    29. 29. Educational background • illiterate • became the best teacher of humanity as a whole • gained vast experience from his dealings in society & interaction with all people
    30. 30. be a sociable youth
    31. 31. build & develop society never isolate from society play active role
    32. 32. Travel to learn how to deal with people from other nations besides the Quraysh
    33. 33. one year of travel experience is equivalent to 20 years of life spent in one place
    34. 34. Prophet worked for Khadijah travelled to Al Sham (present day Syria, Lebanon & Jordan) and Yemen where he was introduced to the two greatest empires at that time, the Romans & the Persians.
    35. 35. Don’t be shy when asked to deal with girls or women as long as there is a proper reason for it and as long as they maintained mutual respect
    36. 36. milestones of success a successful shepherd a honest and skilful young merchant a very successful and well-established merchant
    37. 37. gradual success over time is main principle in Islam & in Sunnah
    38. 38. Prophet’s marriage married to Khadijah both from honourable families despite age difference, their maturity level is similar
    39. 39. Humanity the incident involving a boy named Zaid who became his slave
    40. 40. show humanity to all mankind, not only Muslims
    41. 41. able to solve disagreements & unify people: LEADERSHIP
    42. 42. Prophet Muhammad : His Youth social educational background background residence travel work marriage financial status humanity activities in leadership society
    43. 43. Reference Amer Khaled’s lecture on “The Path of the Beloved” delivered in Madinah during Ramadhan in 2005 http://amrkhaled.net/
    44. 44. Photos http://www.deviantart.com/
    45. 45. USRAH
    46. 46. Objectives for 2010 Learning Outcomes: • youth to understand their purpose of life • be confident with their Muslim identity • display good akhlaq • have good basic knowledge on Islamic principles (Tawhid & Ibadah)
    47. 47. Youth Program 2010 • Duration: 1 year • Format: fortnightly study circles • Trainers: Malaysian brothers and sisters • Facilitators: Seniors • Contents: Selected topics from Islamic Studies Book 3 & 4
    48. 48. Usrah Calendar • 21 Feb • 2 - 4 July (Camp) • 7 & 21 March • 18 July • 25 April • 8 & 22 August • 9 & 23 May • 4 September (Ramadhan Event) • 13 June • 17 October
    49. 49. How usrah is run? • 1000-1030: Quran Reading • 1030-1130: Tawheed/Purpose of Life • Hadith on Akhlaq • 1130-1200: Current Youth Issues
    50. 50. Islamic Studies Book 3 It focuses on Aqeedah, Tafseer, Hadeeth and Fiqh. It is suitable for new- Muslims and adults seeking an easy explanation of the basic areas of Islamic disciplines. Dr Bilal Philips
    51. 51. Islamic Studies Book 4 This is the fourth book of a series of 5 primarily designed for high school (secondary) school students (ages 12-18). All texts are supported by evidence from the Quran and authentic hadeeths.
    52. 52. Shaykh Khalid Yasin a former Christian, is the Executive Director of the Islamic Teaching Institute (ITI); a premier organisation dedicated to the work of Dawah. He has studied the Arabic language in

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