HAVING FUN THE HALAL WAY
Some people tend to shun all forms of enjoyment , labeling them with their “haraam tags” or “useless” pastimes of the material world; whereas some other, while observing the basic rituals of Islam enjoy the lighter side of life, sometimes compromising their Deen in the name Of FUN which according to them is living the balanced life… but is it? Where do we find a Balance?
Allah (S.A.W) says: “And so we have made you a balanced nation”
Surah Baqarah: 143
Worry not! Having fun is actually Sunnah! “The companions used to play by throwing watermelon skins at each other, but when it was time for seriousness, they were real men.”
With time, the modes of entertainment have also changed. With all this POP culture surrounding us, and everything so enticing, we often get confused as to where one must draw a line.
At this course “The Perfect Break”, we shall discover the fine lines between fun and disobedience. Embark with us on this Journey with Ustadh Kashif and explore the protocols for Halal entertainment.
Ustadh Kashif Naseem Dilkusha
Ustadh Kashif Naseem Dilkusha 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. He is the founding member, lead instructor and the Project Head of Azaan Institute. He also heads Mushkeeza which is a non-government organization and is a valuable member of his family business setup. 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.
Ustadh Kashif 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. He also completed his 8 years Dars e Nizami and was awarded a graduation degree in 1st division (Mumtaz)under the supervision of Wifaaq-ul-Madaris.