Here’s an environmentally friendly gift – perfect for today’s day where we are all trying to be green 🙂
Love the poem that goes with it too!
Love these highlighters and the message to go with them! Useful and thoughtful too!
Check out what school favours one family gave out for the Prophet’s birthday! Kindness Jars!
The creative mum got some spice jars from IKEA (size is 5h x 5.4w), and printed out some acts of kindness (downloadable here) and put them in the jar.
She printed out instructions and added them to the jar (downloadable here), and added some sweets and balloons.
And finally, she topped off the jar with a Lindt emoji chocolate!
Thoughtful Gift ideas continued! Check out this one made by @alkhaliqdesigns !
I LOVE gifts and products that incorporate Islam into it and help us and our children learn and benefit from the wisdom we have in our faith – and this ticks all the boxes, AND looks beautiful too 🙂
Check out all the other products by Al Khaliq Designs!
“These kids are going through an extremely tough time. We want to bring a smile to their faces, and show their parents that we care. Eid is a day of celebration, and we want these kids to share in the happiness, whatever background they come from.”
Now here is a SUPER (and fun!) way to get children involved in giving back this Eid!
Gifts are often the first thing people say when asked to think of how they showed love.
Gift-giving is something that is highly emphasised in Islam, with ahadith on giving gifts, accepting gifts, and even discouraging us from taking back one’s gifts. Check out this one on gifts and love:
The Prophet (saw) said: “Give gifts to each other and you will love each other; give gifts to each other for it removes grudges.”
The best example of gift giving I can think of is the handkerchief of Bibi Fatima (as) that was with Imam Husayn (as), which he then gifted to Hur, the captain of Yazid’s army who came over to Imam Husayn (as) side.
‘When Hurr was struck, Imam cleaned the blood off his forehead and tied a handkerchief round his head to stop the blood. It was a
handkerchief made by Sayyida Fatima Zahra (A.S.) Hazrat Hurr opened his eyes for the last time and saw Imam Husayn (A.S.).
Many many years later a ruler who wished to witness the greatness of a Shaheed, dug open the grave of Hazrat Hurr. A beautiful smell was coming out of the grave and he saw Hazrat Hurr lying in the grave as though he was just resting. He saw the handkerchief tied around Hazrat Hurr’s head and opened it. Fresh blood started flowing so Shah Abbas Saffaa tied it up with his own
handkerchief. A voice told him: ” Please give my handkerchief back, it is the handkerchief made by Sayyida Fatima Zahra (A.S.) and tied by Imam Husayn (A.S.)” He returned the handkerchief and closed the grave.’
Can you think of any more examples?