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Ramadan 10





Controlling Anger during the fasting of Ramadan (and other times)


Angry Character


Today's Quotes:


Two men disputed with each other in the
presence of the Messenger of Allah (salla
Allahu alayhi wa sallam) and the nose of one
of them became swollen because of extreme
anger. The Messenger of Allah (salla Allahu
alayhi wa sallam) said,
I know of some words that if he said them,
what he feels will go away: 'I seek refuge with
Allah from the cursed Satan.')




He who does not desist from obscene language and acting obscenely

 (during the period of fasting),

Allah has no need that he did not eat or drink." 
(Bukhari, Muslim)



To learn how to control our anger by following the Sunnah


Activity 1:

Read ahadith about anger and how to control it according to the Sunnah

Click the picture to read:

Also, learn more about the Istiadhah (seeking refuge with Allah)

with this learning poster made by one of Talibiddeen Jr.'s students


Activity 2:



What are some things that make you angry?


List some things that make you angry in your Ramadan Journal for Ramadan 10.


Talk about or write about the following:


How do people act when they are angry?

Does losing control of our anger make things better or worse?

How can you tell when you are losing control of your anger? What can you do to calm down?

What are some good ways to get rid of anger?




Seek refuge with Allah

Take a deep breath or walk away until you calm down

Tell someone in a calm matter what it is that you didn't like

Tell someone what it is that you would like to happen


What are some good ways to handle someone else's anger?





Activity 3:

Learn what to say when someone insults you while you are fasting:

I am fasting, I am fasting

Innee saw-im, Innee saw-im

Activity 4:


From Activity 1, we learned to seek refuge with Allah when we are angry.

Make a poster to remind you what to do when you get angry and hang it up.

 List seeking refuge with Allah as the main way,

but also include ideas that you came up with in Activity 2.


Activity 5:


Look at your list of things that make you angry (from Activity 2). 

Role play examples of these situations and show how you might normally react in these situations.

Discuss the outcomes of these reactions and role play again with a better reaction.


Example situations:


A friend teases you over something/somebody says or does something you do not like

A sibling  or friend takes something or snatches something from you

A sibling or friend hits/kicks/hurts you



Activity 6:


Copy one or both of Today's Quotes neatly.







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Sunday, January 21, 2007






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