Executive Summary

In this course, Yusuf Weltch will be covering the fiqh of everyday life for a young muslim. There are many challenging issues that confront our daily lives that challenge us to act in accordance with the divine mandate and prophetic model. This course carves the way to upholding uprightness and following the Prophetic guidance. Youth will learn the etiquette and manners of following the sacred law in various aspects of social conduct and daily routines.

Course Summary

This course discusses common aspects of our daily life in the light of the Sacred law. Guidelines are given shedding light on what is permissible, what is prohibited, as well as the Prophetic guidance that brings meaning to our lives facilitating for us to draw nearer to Allah Most High and attain success in this world and the next.

As Muslims, our purpose in life is to seek the pleasure of Allah Most High. This purpose is oft-understood as being restricted to acts of worship and abstaining from the prohibited. However, the pleasure of Allah Most High can be sought and obtained in every aspect of our lives. That is if we know the limits of Allah Most High in it. Therefore, with clarity of the limits of Allah Most High in each matter, we have a road map to attaining Allah’s pleasure.

Course Outline

Lesson 1: Introduction to the Sacred law and the limits of Allah Most High

Lesson 2: Dress & Adornment

Lesson 3: Gender Interaction

Lesson 4: Social Conduct: The Rights of Others

Lesson 5:  Money Matters: Work, Money, and Earning a Living

Lesson 6: Food & Drink

Lesson 7: The Importance of Speech

Lesson 8: Commanding the Good and Forbidding the Evil

Lesson 9: The Seven Limbs

Lesson 10: The Worship of the Heart

Lesson 11: Places to Avoid (May be changed)

Lesson 12: Outro: Moving Forward

Learning outcomes

  • A basic understanding of the rulings of each topic discussed
  • Practical guidance on how to prevent or deal with testing situations
  • Prophetic instruction on how to draw near to Allah Most High in our daily activities.
  • Attaining the pleasure of Allah in everything we do.