How can we not talk about Masajid when we talk about Ramadan?! Masajid are filled in Ramadan like in no other month.
Before I begin to talk on the subject, I request you to kindly ask yourself a question and genuinely answer it:
Is Masjid a second home for your children or is it a tourist spot for them?
What answer did you get? Unfortunately, for many, the answer is the latter one; whether your heart is able to admit it or not.
Masaajid are often not taken care of or loved as homes, rather our children treat Masajid as tourist spots. Where they go and do whatever they want and leave it in worse condition than it was before they came in. And it doesn’t seem to bother them or their parents at all. #Painful
It would be such a dream come true when children clean Masajid on their own. #Hopeful #InshaAllah. Some of you might say, “well, they are kids.” True that.
But is a ten year old or even a five year old too young to comprehend the difference between clean & unclean? Do you not expect your children of that age to clean up after themselves when at home? You do! (If you don’t, then there is an even bigger problem you need to solve sister.)
So, for now let’s stick to the age range of 5 years and up. Why can’t these children clean up in Masjid? Or be mindful of not making it dirty in the first place?
In my opinion there are 5 reasons for this problems, I have listed them below with some practical advice to solve them (in sha ALLAH). Continue reading