I narrate fictitious stories to children, and that is to encourage them to pray and be truthful, and all good things [in general]; so is this considered to be lies? [Bearing in mind] they are children, and are unaware, and don’t understand [these are fictitious stories].
What is the ruling regarding he who nurtures his children upon prayer from their age of understanding until they have attained 15 years of age, and thereafter these children do not obey their parents [and abandon the prayer]?
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If a young child is standing in line [for the prayer], is it permissible for whoever arrives late to move him to the back or should he stand in line beside him? If it is not permissible to move him back, what is the ruling if he is then unable to perform the prayer properly?
Are children under the age of fifteen who have not attained puberty ordered to fast as is the case with the [obligatory] prayers?
[Could you please offer] a word of guidance to those who are overly concerned [and preoccupied] with gathering wealth, and [in doing so] overlook [preparing for] the Hereafter?
When children are upon goodness, is this a blessing [from Allaah]; and when they are corrupt, are they a curse?