Channel: Waleed Basyouni
Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Among the common mistake that I have seen during the month of Ramadan, that the way we treat kids in mustard during the month of Ramadan, and there's multiple things, number one, parents, they don't care, they don't teach their kids anything about the etiquette of domestic, they see their kids making a mess, making damage, screaming, and they just don't care, mothers or fathers. You know, if your kids screaming, just cut the soul off. If it's taraweeh prayer and go attend your kids take care of your kids. If your kids can behave cannot stay, especially we pray really late in the night and many parts of the world. Make sure they don't bring
them to throw away. It's much better not to hurt the other people's you know, feeling and to disturb us a lot than this. You come and you cause a lot of damage because kids when they are late and not used to this, it became like zombies in the mustards. So make sure that you take care of that. Also one of the common mistakes that people you can sue mean to kids and you know, scream at especially not your kids you can be mean you can even be sometimes reached a physical and start to find in the master. So be careful these things don't let the ship on you know
leadership bonds you know, because the big one our chain, the little ones basically get you or let our attitude get us even during the month of Ramadan. Make sure that you be nice you make a point don't get frustrated don't have a negative energy or a negative atmosphere and the mustard you don't need to make a B any negative comments. Oh, these kids making too much noise. You know, the man had it in a nice way in a very friendly manners. And you can maybe talk in a private manners. This is something keep happening from the same person again and again. May Allah, Allah make us enjoy the month from Yvonne and Tara. We are Santa Monica de la vaca. And maybe before I let you go, maybe
it's a good idea to have a babysitting and a program for kids to keep them busy.