Adam's world 3
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Orange-haired, Kufi-wearing Adam is terrified of spiders. When he watches the movie "Icky Insect Monsters from Outer Space" featuring giant spiders, against the advice of his friend Asad, there has just got to be a lesson in all of this.
And of course, there is.
Finding Courage is the third video in the Adam's World Series. It teaches children to always seek the help of Allah in times of fear. That is how a Muslim finds courage, whether it's against the fear of spiders, scary movies or anything else.
Adam is taught about how there is no power or ability except with Allah, and we should turn to Him when scared. But instead of just talking about this, Asad, along with Brother Ali, a former guest on Adam's talk show, use a flashlight to demonstrate how lighting is used to make people and things in horror films scarier.
At the end of Finding Courage, Asad also explains to a surprised Adam how spiders play a vital function in the natural world, and how, on one occasion, a spider helped save the life of the Prophet Mohamed (peace and blessings be upon him).
So Adam learns to trust in Allah and turn to Him when scared, while the things he fears are explained in a way to reduce his fright .
Interspersed with the lesson on courage are a song about Salat, scenes of children and people praying, as well as a demonstration of the Adhan performed by a young Muslim, providing Muslim kids with images of others like them.
And using the transvisualizer Adam and Asad visit Pakistan, where they see some of the country's biggest mosques, as well as Muslim kids playing the game of cricket.
If your son or daughter has developed a fear of insects, horror movies, the darkness, the bogeyman or anything (or anyone) else, Finding Courage is a great way to give them the Islamic perspective on fear and how to deal with it.
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