© and (P)2005 Meem Ltd.
This is a refreshing view point of the life of Muhammad (saws) through children's eyes. The work presents stories and events that may already be familiar to the listener in such a way that gives a fresh insight to its significance on how these events impacted the lives of the children that surrounded the Muhammad (saws). We are introduced to the companions/contemporaries of Muhammad (saws) such as Anas ibn Malik, Aisha, Fathima, Ali, his grand children Hassan & Hussein and many others are get a glimpse at their own interactions with the Prophet (saws) as children and their reflections on these events.
Not only does the enthusiasm for the author's passion of the subject come through during the lecture series but he also enthuses and engages the listener by relating the importance of nurturing our with love, kindness, playfulness and energy such as was the example of Muhaammad (saws).
This is an invaluable resource for the parents concerned about how to raise successful children with a sound character and due focus on pleasing the Creator. Helps identify own gaps and learn from the sahabah (as) who learnt directly from the Prophet (pbuh)
"Fantastic Lecture, I love it, I need more..."
Thank you for such a fantastic lecture, I love it, Dr Hesham is funny yet very knowledgeable. This lecture made me laugh and made me cry. I am going to order all of his lectures.
The Dr Hesham talks about the children (Companions) around Prophet Mohammad (S)and how they see the Prophet and how Prophet (S) build their character. Its GREAT!!!
We need more scholars like him. I wish he gets the message. If he does then "Dr Hesham please please continue the good work and I look forward for your books, lectures and CDs".
May GOD bless you.
An awesome book for parents - especially muslims from the asian subcontinent. This work completely subverts the
"I listen to this course frequently"
When I read this course, I found that this audio was really great.
I made a note and presentation from this course.
I gave preach to community about this topic.
Until now (2016), I still listen to this course and make note from this course and teach it to community.
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.