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 Prophetic Wisdom - Generation Gap

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PostSubject: Prophetic Wisdom - Generation Gap   Mon 5 Oct - 21:11

Prophetic Wisdom -
Generation Gap







- "That
person is not of us ... the elder who has no compassion for the young and the
young who has no respect for the elder." - Prophet Muhammad



The Generation Gap is a
continual source of pain and confusion for every successive generation and is
often seen as the difficulties and struggles represented in the attitudes and
experiences of people of differing ages who share the same time span.



The Generation Gap occurs when
older and younger people do not understand each other. This is brought about
because there arises a lack of communication between one generation and
another, especially between young people and their parents, who may have
different perspectives, tastes, outlook, ...



Prophetic Example of
Bridging the Generational Gap:



Our beloved Prophet announced
prophet-hood at the age of forty and therefore, it is well-known that a sizable
majority of his companions were much younger than him.



Throughout the Prophet's life,
he maintained a most perfect balance between appreciating and respecting the
wisdom and the experience of the elder companions such as Khadijah and Abu Bakr
as-Siddiq at the same time appreciating and respecting the dynamism and the
sharp insights of the younger companions such as Ali ibn Talib, 'Aishah and
Abdullah ibn Abbas.



The beloved Prophet led by
example when he kissed his grandchildren at a time in Arabia
when such intimacy was not common. We learn from Abu Huraira
(may
Allah be pleased with him)
that, Allah's Apostle kissed Al-Hasan bin Ali
while Al-Aqra' bin Habis At-Tamim was sitting beside him. Al-Aqra said, "I
have ten children and I have never kissed anyone of them." Allah's Apostle
cast a look at him and said, "Whoever is not merciful to others will not
be treated mercifully."



Sadullah Khan is the
Director of Islamic Center of Irvine.
He has presented lectures on Islamic Civilization at
California State University
at Dominguez Hills. He is a frequent lecturer for the Academy of Judaic,
Christian and Islamic Studies at UCLA (University of California,
Los Angeles).
He is also an advisor to the Chancellor's Committee on Religion Ethics and
Values at UCLA and serves as Director of Muslim Affairs at USC (University of Southern California).





Dimensions
of the Quran

The lucid and clear reflections of Sa'dullah Khan, his smooth sailing in the
oceans of Quranic wisdom and beauty is most encouraging and pleasantly
inviting the English reader of the Quran to plunge again into the ultimate
source of enlightenment and empowerment that we have.

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PostSubject: Re: Prophetic Wisdom - Generation Gap   Sun 15 Aug - 14:12

The Generation Gap occurs when older and younger people do not understand each other. This is brought about because there arises a lack of communication between one generation and another, especially between young people and their parents, who may have different perspectives, tastes, outlook, ...
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PostSubject: Re: Prophetic Wisdom - Generation Gap   Sat 21 Aug - 18:32

Thank you so much NOR
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PostSubject: Re: Prophetic Wisdom - Generation Gap   Sun 22 Aug - 0:48

Thank you Mrs queen.It's so expressive.
May Allah reward you.
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