25 Reasons Why You Should Start Your Teenagers Drinking Green Tea Now instead of Acidic Drinks!
Green tea has increasingly become a very popular drink worldwide because of its immensely powerful health benefits.
It is extraordinarily amazing what green tea can do for your health.
And if you’re not drinking 3 to 4 cups of green tea today, you’re definitely NOT doing your health a big favour.
Here Are The 25 Reasons Why Your Teenage Children Should Start Drinking Green Tea:
Undoubtedly children are a source of great joy and delight; they make life sweet, bring more rizq into a family’s life and give hope. A father sees his children as a future source of help and support, as well as representing an increase in numbers and perpetuation of the family. A mother sees her children as a source of hope, consolation and joy in life, and as hope for the future. All of these hopes rest on the good upbringing of the children and giving them a sound preparation for life, so that they will become active and constructive elements in society, a source of goodness for their parents, community and society as a whole. Then they will be as (SWT) described them:
“Wealth and sons are allurements of the life of this world . . .” (Qur’an 18:46)
Could you please tell me if there are any books that cover the topic of how to look after a baby. Currently we have to rely on the advice given by doctors in the West which may not be correct. It would be so nice to be able to follow the way of the Sahabat. For example, did they share their beds with their babies?, when did they give solid foods?, how did they discipline the young children? etc etc.
Word Search #011 is available by clicking the link below. Insha Allah this word search will familiarise your children with some words related to Animals mentioned in the Quran.
These work sheets will improve your children’s concentration in a fun way. InshaAllah, more free printable worksheets will be added here soon. Simply download these free pdf sheets and print them for your children to complete.
Question: Allah tells us in the Qur’an not to cut off our blood relations. What is the interpretation of the Ayah that commands us not to severe ties of kinship ? Who does it refer to ? Just parents and siblings ? What if one maintains contact with one’s parents only through telephone or letters although he is capable of visiting them. Yet, he feels that maintaining a certain distance is healthier to the relationship?
Planning your marriage is more important than planning your wedding. Unfortunately nowadays, it is the opposite. Millions of people tend to spend most, if not all of their time preparing for that perfect-glamorous wedding…and quite frankly, I’d say probably half of that million ended up in a divorce.
InshaAllah this post will be of beneficial to you and your prospective spouse. You may choose as many as you wish, out of 100 questions – what you would ask your potential spouse.
I cannot stress enough how important it is to ask these questions so you may be able to understand your prospective spouse and to find out if you are compatible with each other.
You can download and print a PDF copy here :