From Quran and Hadith main Objective for Muslim Teenagers
You must be trustworthy to earn a prominent place in your society. It will help you achieve success in your life and you will never be deceived. Take a look at the biography of our Prophet (saws). He was trustworthy among his companions, among his wives and among non-Muslims, and many relied on him when they were involved in commercial transactions.
There will be no compulsion in the acceptance of religion. The right path has become clear from the error. Therefore those who do not believe in Taught and believe in Allah have grasped the most reliable handle without any break. And Allah is listening and knowing. [Holy Quran, 2: 256]
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Being sincere is the most difficult thing for teenagers in this competitive society. They are often tempted to lie for fear of parents or teachers. If, for example, you haven’t done your homework, you may want to invent a lie to avoid punishment. If you make a mistake, you could try to hide the truth from your parents.
- But keep in mind one thing: if you decide to be sincere, you will be far from sins and you will do your school work in time to avoid lying. You will observe an unusual success, not only in this world, but also in the afterlife. The Qur’an clearly states:
Allah will say: “This is the day when the real will benefit from their truth”. For them they are gardens [in Paradise] under which rivers flow, in which they will remain forever, Allah is pleased with them and they with Him. This is the great result. [Holy Quran, 5: 119]
The prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said, as narrated by Abdullah (ra): truth leads to justice and justice leads to Paradise. And a man keeps telling the truth until he becomes a sincere person. Falsehood leads to wickedness or wickedness, and wickedness leads to fire (hellish) and a man can continue to tell lies until it is written before Allah, a liar. (Bukhari)
Be Grateful To Your Parents
Teenagers usually try to avoid their parents. They don’t want their parents to interfere in their lives. But no guide is better in this world than that of your parents. “They too have dreams about you and are eager to see them come true. They may have endured many difficulties that you did not see. So be grateful to your parents and ask for their advice in everything you do. When you take Online Quran Classes our Quran teacher advised student to be obedient with their parent and get prayer from them.
And we imposed on the man [care] for his parents. His mother brought him, [increasing her] in weakness on weakness, and her weaning is within two years. Be grateful to me and your parents; for me it is the [final] destination. [Holy Quran, 31:14]
Exercise Patience And Self-Control
Want to have a drink with your friend? You know it is forbidden in Islam and therefore you control yourself for the sake of Allah (SWT).
Do you happen to see a beautiful girl or boy in your school or college? Immediately lower your gaze and even if your mind tries to take another look at you, hold it for the sake of Allah (SWT).
One of your friends scolds you for no reason and your mind insists you react, but you control yourself and keep patience.
These are some common circumstances that adolescents face in this challenging world and if you exercise self-control and patience, you will have no regrets and will reach great heights in your life. Allah (SWT) will be pleased with you and you will be rewarded with the highest ranks in the afterlife.
- But no one is allowed except those who are patient, and no one is allowed except one who has a large portion [of good]. [Holy Quran, 41:35]
Do you daydream during lessons? Can you give a quick guide to what you learned a few minutes ago? Can you pay close attention when performing an activity?
These are just a few attention problems faced by adolescents. A simple way to bring them together is to focus on prayer. If you pay full attention to your Salah, you will learn to guarantee the same concentration to your other activities.
- And those who carefully keep their prayers: those are the heirs who will inherit al-Firdaus. They will remain there for eternity. [Holy Quran, 23: 9-11]
If someone asked you “Why are you learning?” Would you say “I learn how they all do”? Does this answer sound wise to you? You will prefer to say it as a stupid answer. So determination is important. If you are not firm with your purpose, you will never know where you are going and what your life is. All your activities, from the works of your school to the prayers, everything will be in vain. The main aspect that requires success is determination.
My son, establish prayer, order what is right, forbid what is wrong, and be patient about what happens to you. In fact, [all] what concerns the questions [that require] determination. [Holy Quran, 31:17]
Avoid Inactive Speeches
It is a custom among adolescents involved in inactive speeches. Mostly they don’t know what they’re talking about. Commit to talking about useless things like movies, songs, etc. This will take you away from the correct course. Your study purpose will be in discussion. You will not be able to focus on your studies and all your good intentions will be broken. You will not only suffer in this world, but also in the afterlife. So don’t participate in inactive discussions. Don’t even be a listener, because a listener is much more dangerous than a speaker. Listening will lead you to talk and talk will take you to action. So completely avoid inactive speeches, especially teenagers do not understand the negative effects that bring them.
- And of the people it is he who buys the fun of language to mislead [the others] from the way of Allah without knowledge and who ridicules it. Those will have a humiliating punishment. [Holy Quran, 31: 6]
It will not be a mistake in your eyes. Even so, you will consider it a very minute mistake, but Allah (swt) will produce it on the day of judgment.
“O my son, in truth if the weight of a mustard seed should be wrong and should be inside a rock or [everywhere] in the heavens or on the earth, Allah will produce it. In truth Allah is subtle and well informed. [Quran, 31:16]
O my son, if the evil Mistake be like a mustard seed, then it is in the rock, or in the heavens, or in the earth. Allah will bring it. Indeed, Allah is Knowing of every detail [Holy Quran, 7:26]
If you are a pious believer, then you will probably have all the qualities listed above. If you fear that Allah is constantly looking at you; you will be grateful to your parents, you will be sincere and trustworthy, you will avoid idle chatter, etc. So, try to be pious. You will observe how the above qualities come into you.
Don’t Be Attracted To The Things Of The World.
Teenagers tend to be unaware of the life of the afterlife. They feel that this worldly life is immortal and do their best to enjoy everything they can. They are not aware of the fact that Allah (swt) is looking at them and that they will be rewarded for everything they do.
O humanity, fear your Lord and fear a day when no father will make use of his son, nor will a son make use of his father at all. In fact, the promise of Allah is the truth, so do not be deceived by the worldly life and be deceived about Allah by the deceiver. [Holy Quran, 31:33]
If you live according to what Allah (swt) said, by obeying His commands and controlling yourself from youthful passions, you will not only be victorious in this life, but also in the afterlife.
There are 7 people for whom Allah will provide shade from His shadow on that day when there will be no shadow other than His. They will be: a just ruler, a young man who was nurtured in the obedience of Allah. . . [Bukhari]
Don’t Waste Time And Money
Spend generously on useless things, spend unproductive time, watch TV, listen to music, etc. All this is wasted; in particular the involvement of adolescents is over 70%. So avoid wasting, even if you have to eat and drink And Learn Quran Online to get spiritual benefits.
And eat and drink, but don’t be excessive. Indeed, he does not like those who commit an excess. [Holy Quran, 7:31]