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Quran and Ramadan


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Joined 2017-03-28



Ramadan is the month of the Quran. We cannot prepare for Ramadan while giving no portion of our day to the Book of Allah (سبحانه و تعالى). The Quran has five rights on a Muslim: believing in it, reading it, understanding it, acting on it, and spreading its message to others. How can we give its rights when we do not spend time with it? How can we live by it when we do not understand it? How can we call others to the Quran, when we are distanced from it?

If you have been away from the Quran for too long, Ramadan is a good time to reconnect. Start by reciting a few verses, then move on to a page a day, and then, in sha Allah, to a Juz (chapter) a day. However, the point is not “how much” of the Quran you finish but how much you understand and implement in your life.

We are living in times of trials and tribulations. Only way we can achieve true success is through following the word of Allah. Quran is the best guidance for us in this regard


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Joined 2017-06-13