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What would you say?

What would you say?

Assalaamu ‘alaykum wa Rahmatullah

Dear Friends:)

As sisters memorising The Qur’aan, i’m sure that more often than not, you’re asked for advise from others who aspire to memorise The Qur’aan or are in the process of memorising its Beautiful Words.

At this moment in time, if your sister in Islam were to ask you for advise on memorising The Qur’aan…what would you say? what would your words of advise be, to her?

Share that with all of us at FEE QALBEE today!
Look forward to reading your responses, knowing that it will benefit sisters worldwide, inshaa Allah:)

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  • Ayaah
    Posted at 19:07h, 06 May Reply

    In the name of Allah, the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful.

    All praise is due to Him, Lord of the worlds, and may peace and blessings forever be upon His noble Messeneger, Sayyidinah RusoolAllah (s.a.w).

    If I were asked this question right now… I’d answer that the most important thing is to check our intentions, and why, and for whom, we truly wish to embark on this beautiful journey of Hifdhul-Qur’aan.

    Secondly, I would tell them to make duaa to Allah (s.w.t) to accept this from them and grant them ease and barakah in what they are striving towards for His sake and pleasure alone.

    Thirdly, one must be dedicated to completing their set goals and stick to a set routine; something which I myself struggle with and know is difficult, but still remember that the most beloved deeds to Allah are those done with consistency, even if they be small- and the Words of Allah are more powerful than we can understand.

    Repetiton of the ayaat, listening to the Qur’aanic recitations on your MP3, computer, mobile phone ect, and dedicating time to revising whatever you have learnt are also of utmost importance, as is having a sufficient knowledge of taweed- i.e. being able to recite the Qur’aan properly.

    It would be a lot easier to take part in hifdh classes or try to learn with a friend, but one can also do this by themselves if they can be diciplined enough to keep striving even when things get difficult.

    Motivation: have the right frame of mind before starting. Know that Allah has made this Qur’aan easy to remember. Understand the reward for the Hafiz of Qur’aan. Read up on the hadith relating to it, and read the tasfeer or translation and try to understand what you are placing into your heart.

    If you do not know Arabic, try and learn the language so you have a greater understanding, and therefore a greater ability to retain what one has memorised.

    Lastly, I would make duaa for you, and ask you, my dear sister, to make the same for me, so that I too can act upon what I have told you, and become a Hafidha of al-Qur’aan.

    May Allah bless you and increase you all to Firdous, my beloved sisters in Islam, and may He place the love of His Book within our heart and etch its words within our souls, and for it to be an intercessor for us on the Day of Judgement, Aameen…

  • Sahibatul Quran
    Posted at 20:37h, 06 May Reply

    I would say…

    Set you goals, focus your eyes at your purpose & destination, work hard, trust in Allah, Relax (but not too much) & Enjoy the ride. This is going to be one amazingly rewarding journey for you 😉

    More later

  • Sahibatul Quran
    Posted at 20:38h, 06 May Reply

    Masha’Allah nice response ukhti ayaah

    I would say…

    Set you goals, focus your eyes at your purpose & destination, work hard, trust in Allah, Relax (but not too much) & Enjoy the ride. This is going to be one amazingly rewarding journey for you 😉

    More later

  • Khadeeja
    Posted at 23:21h, 06 May Reply

    I would agree with all the previous comments. Know that hard work lies ahead and dedication is crucial.

    What I like to do is to take the portion that I will learn next, and, (using an English translation,) write the English meaning on top and bottom of the Arabic (I know that I can just learn form the English translated Quraan, but writing the translation yourself just makes it easier for you to remember) Ive found that this method helps to make memorising easier, and also helps me to learn Arabic.

    I would further suggest dua, dua, dua…! Everytime I struggle, or whenever I feel that its too tough- I just make dua, and then Allah always makes it easy for me.

  • Ayaah
    Posted at 18:55h, 07 May Reply

    Sister Khadeeja, I agree with your method as well. I intended to do it do learn the arabic meaning along with the hifz, memorising how to write the Qur’aanic arabic with a word-to-word tranlation in English. I did this properly only for Surah Naas, and became overwhelmed, so I’ve decided to do that after my I’ve completed the Qur’aan insha’Allah, and learning Arabic alongside it without writing.

  • muna
    Posted at 13:55h, 10 May Reply

    Wslmu Alaikum,

    Alahmdulillah, for Allah Ta’alas favour upon us when he gives us the insight to have the love and will to memorize the Quraan.

    However, this challenge, do not be mistaken that it will be a walk in the park. It is very possible for every person to commit the Quraan to memory, no matter your prior educational background.

    This challenge requires above all lots of sacrifice and hardwork. Such that you’ve never done before.

    As we know duaas and effort goes hand-in-hand, but its the kind of effort that is required.

    The most productive time for learning definitely is the early hours of the morning. Do not do any new learning at any other time of the day.

    Be prepared to sacrifice lots of time, family time, social gatherings and outings must be kept at a bare minimum (only for a little while).

    My wish is that families understand the sacrifice of the Haafidh or Haafidhah.

    Parents should make sure their kids go to Madrassah with a lesson well-prepared.

    May Allah fill our hearts with the love of the Quraan, as when one loves something or someone, it is easier to make that thing or person your passion in life.


  • Farzaana
    Posted at 10:30h, 30 May Reply

    Alhamdulillah. May allah grant to all the strength and disipline that you will need to keep the quraan in your heart forever. Remember it wont be easy but you will be rewarded for all the sacrifises that you make. Remember the ummah in your duas always.

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