“The eyes are shedding tears and the heart is grieved, and we will not say except what pleases our Lord.” We easily get hurt and cry when we are in fights with our family, when we fail at work, when our relationships do not work and even when we fall sick but have, we ever wondered what made our beloved Prophet cry or shed tears? Our Holy Prophet was a humane, compassionate, and humble personality, he smiled, he expressed joy at times of happiness and shed tears at moments of sadness and grief, both with dignity. However, His tears were not shed out of weakness or love for this world. It was the deep love of Allah, his compassion for his companions and the people of his Ummah that he contained within his heart and which caused him to weep and tears flowed upon his blessed face. Azaan Institute presents “Tears of the Prophet” by Ustadh Kashif Naseem Dilkusha a course which is a collection of incidents whereupon Allah’s Apostle, the most beloved human of this Ummahw ept for the sake of Allah.
Why Do You Need This Course?
Every aspect of his character and his life is worth learning and adopting, we grow up learning about his bravery, his sacrifices for the Deen but not quite often do we educate ourselves about the Prophet’s emotional aspect of his personality. This course will serve as a great tool to learn and adopt the reasons and incidents behind our beloved Prophet’s tears
Ustadh Kashif Naseem Dilkusha
Ustadh Kashif Naseem Dilkusha is the founding member, lead instructor and the President of Azaan Institute.
Ustadh Kashif Naseem Dilkusha completed his 8 Years Dars-e-Nizami and was awarded a graduation degree in 1st division (Mumtaz) under the supervision of Wifaq-ul-Madaris. He earned his B.S. in Economics in 1998 Southeastern University, Washington D.C. Kashif then completed his Masters of Business Administration from Iqra University, Karachi.
Ustadh Kashif is actively involved in spreading the message of Islam. While teaching deen he combines his experience with ‘ilm and a modern understanding which is certain to leave the students skilled and empowered. His passion for teaching is evident in his energetic and engaging style.
At present, Kashif is keenly involved with various Da’wah projects and activities held in Karachi. These projects and activities include delivery of Friday Khutbahs and lectures at numerous Masajids and institutes. His articles have been published in www.muslimmatters.org.