By Justice Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani
Mufti Taqi Usmani's AN method of THE QURANIC SCIENCES is a accomplished treatise just about Quranic Sciences. Now this translation by means of Dr. Muhammad Swaleh Siddiqui makes this jewel available to the English-speaking global. additionally includes solutions to the Orientalists' criticisms.
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The masturbatory habits of the older child are discussed in subsequent chapters. Sleep GOOD SLEEPING HABITS. Although most babies who are well spend the better part of their first few months in sleep, great differences, both in length and soundness of sleep, can be noticed at a very early age. The fact that one child sleeps less than another is nothing to worry about provided that each child gets as much sleep as he needs. Sometimes children in the same family, like a certain pair of twins named Peter and Mary, show from the moment of birth a marked difference in their sleeping habits.
If he woke up in the night he would cry for her, and again she would have to sit by him until he went to sleep as otherwise his howls would wake the whole household. His mother warned her against always giving in to him, but the nurse's invariable explanation was that THE INFANT'S TRAINING AND ENVIRONMENT 47 the child was not feeling quite well when he cried and carried on this way. Proof that the nurse was wrong came when she left on a three weeks' vacation when he was eighteen months old. The first night of her departure he howled.
He now uses his hands to reach, grasp, crumble, bang, and splash. Every object within his reach he wants to handle, suck, and bite, and he will play actively with things that move or make a noise or can be fitted into each other. At this age a baby also utters many syllables and frequently laughs at sights and sounds. He expresses recognition of familiar persons and shows consciousness of strangers. He takes a real delight in people who make funny faces for him and who entertain him with amusing tricks and rhymes.