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Bee The Bug-gest Bee-liever!   

The Prophet (pbuh) said: “The believer is like a bee which eats that is pure and wholesome and lays that which is pure and wholesome. When it lands on something, it doesn’t break or ruin it.” 

Imam Ahmad

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Bugs! Some kids might think they are scary..or icky…but we think all children will agree that they are interesting to look at!

Subhan Allah, Allah’s beautiful creation is all around us, starting from a silent creature, like a tiny mosquito that no one can see (but we can certainly feel) to a loud buzzing bee that we all try to avoid. And in Allah’s creation, there are miracles and wonders that all of us can reflect on.

Allah says in the Quran: 

“Indeed, those you invoke besides Allah will never create [as much as] a fly, even if they gathered together for that purpose.” (Surah Al-Hajj: 73)

Use the little magnifying glass in the box and observe a bug and watch how amazingly and perfectly Allah created it. Truly, with all scientific advancement, no one will ever be able to replicate the creation of Allah!

The board book Bugs and Birds in the Quran shows different types of creatures and contains the ayah: 

“This is God, your Lord, there is no God but him, the Creator of All things, so worship Him; He is in charge of everything.” (Surah Al-An’am: 102)

When you observe these tiny little bugs, you begin to realize they all move in harmony, and for a specific purpose that Allah has designed them for. The ants work together to move food back to their colony. The bees bring the pollen back to their queen to help the hive make honey. And even spiders have webs that are so intricately designed they look like beautiful silk. 

Study the insects like Nusaiba’s mother, an entomologist, in Nusaiba and the Fifth-Grade Bullies and watch how each insect’s life has a lesson that we can learn from. The Prophet (pbuh) said: 

“The believer is like a bee which eats what is pure and wholesome and lays that which is pure and wholesome. When it lands on something, it doesn’t break or ruin it.” (Imam Ahmad)

This beautiful hadith really teaches us to be kind and pure, and just like bees gravitate towards beautiful bright flowers and make amazing sweet honey, we hope our little bee-lievers gravitate towards the beautiful flowers of Islamic knowledge and produce “sweet” Islamic actions.