Prophetic Methods In Developing Skill Values And Their Role In Building The Islamic Character

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Abd Al-Salam Atwa Al-Fendi , Anas Salah Al-Din Sabri


Islam has paid close attention to ensuring that children are raised properly and has strived to instil all values in their spirits and behaviour through a variety of means, including the development of a character's physical, cognitive, and social components. In Islam, physical development refers to the need to take care of the body and its comfort, as well as the need to pay attention to its hygiene and nutrition. It also refers to the desire to revitalize and strengthen the body while avoiding overstressing it and directing it toward anything that pleases God Almighty. Cognitive development refers to the process of forming the child’s intellect with all that is useful from the forensic sciences, scientific and modern culture, and intellectual awareness. By social development, we mean the process by which a child learns to empathize with others, share in their joys and sorrows, and be able to communicate with them in a way that does not go against Islamic principles and beliefs.

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