Be a part of Fee Qalbee’s Ramadaan 1431 AH!
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Be a part of Fee Qalbee’s Ramadaan 1431 AH!

Be a part of Fee Qalbee’s Ramadaan 1431 AH!

Bismillah
Assalaamu ‘alaykum wa Rahmatullah,

Alhamdulillah, as we each begin / continue in earnest spiritual preparations for Beloved Ramadaan, Fee Qalbee would love to know:

-What is it that you’d love for our blog to present or share with you about the Qur’aan during the month of Ramadaan? How would you love to best be motivated & inspired? Any unique project ideas on memorising the Qur’aan? Hmmmm…..

-We’d love to hear from YOU : your ideas & suggestions on how Fee Qalbee can help make Ramdaan 1431 AH an absolutely beneficial & enriching one for all Muslimaat!

Look forward to hearing from you soon! Conact me through the blog, email,twitter or the Fee Qalbee fb group & network with us!
May you experience a wonderful week ahead, absorbing the beauty of the Qur’aan & its wisdom:)
Rayhaanah

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  • Ayaah
    Posted at 23:19h, 20 Jun Reply

    Asalaamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakaatuhu.

    Great idea subhanAllah!

    Perhaps we could all post one intention/duaa/goal we’re making this Ramadaan.

    Something that’ll make this Ramadaan the best Ramadaan we’ve ever had. Something that will chnage our lives. Something big or small that’ll make a real difference in our ibadah or ilm or connection withthe Quran or salaah or fasting.

  • Ayaah
    Posted at 23:20h, 20 Jun Reply

    If you’re doing Hifz, then post how much you’ve memorised each day/week to keep us inspired to memorise.

    If you’re reading the Qur’aan, wirte how much you complete in order to motivate our sister’s towards doing the same or competing in good deeds.

    • faatima
      Posted at 16:30h, 22 Jun Reply

      i do hifz and i memorse 1 pg a day and i finshed 3 paras…..

      • Rayhaanah
        Posted at 18:49h, 22 Jun Reply

        Mashaa Allah! it’s always so heartwarming to hear of sisters striving to memorise the Beautiful Words:) You’re doing great, Faatima..keep it up!

  • Ayaah
    Posted at 23:25h, 20 Jun Reply

    Ramadaan competition:

    For Hifz or recitation of the Qur’aan.
    many people are more motivated towards reaching their goals and doing hte best they canwhen doing it with a support group or by competing with other people, just as the Sahaabah used to compete in good deeds, for the sake of Allah (s.w.t), and not for the sake of winning.

    So why not do the same here? Who can memorise the most Quran? Who can complete the msot Qur’aan khatams this Ramadaan? Who can give out the most food to her neighbours for Iftaar? Who can pray taraweeh every night?

    Whatever the goal is, think big, rectify your intentions, and let us know what you’re doing!

    • Rayhaanah
      Posted at 23:35h, 20 Jun Reply

      great idea:) shukran 4 sharing!

  • Khadeeja
    Posted at 01:55h, 21 Jun Reply

    I think it would be really great if this blog could, for the month of Ramadaan, give readers small tidbits of knowledge about the Quraan. For example, each day you could pick out an ayat (any one you desire) and explain (in brief) the context it was revealed in and the importance of it in our lives. That way we could truly try to ‘live’ the Quraan in this blessed month. (and Insha-Allah for ever more) I also think that it will increase our love and understanding of these verses.

    • Rayhaanah
      Posted at 11:37h, 21 Jun Reply

      Mashaa Allah, Khadeeja!Lovin’ ur idea:)

  • Umm Hurairah
    Posted at 01:58h, 21 Jun Reply

    Post one verse from each juz everyday and everyone can reflect on it and post the lessons they learn from it.

    OR

    Post one dua from the Qur’aan daily and encourage everyone to memorize it. So even people who are not doing hifdh will be encouraged to memorize some Qur’aan.

    • Rayhaanah
      Posted at 11:36h, 21 Jun Reply

      Fabulous idea:) Yes, let’s work towards encouraging EVERYONE, even those not in the process of memorising Qur’aan..baarakAllah!

  • Sahibatul Quran
    Posted at 04:53h, 21 Jun Reply

    Honestly, when ramadan comes around most people immediately think “individual goals, seclusion, etc” all focusing on oneSELF which is good in terms of using the month for self-purification and self-development.

    But have you ever noticed that ramadan is the time that even those not so practicing muslims comes out of their shells? What better time is there to change another person, or help guide another person to the deen (love for the quran, sunnah etc). What could we do in terms of really inspiring our families and friends, who’s lives dont revolve around islam, to get them to feel the love and attachment to the quran that we do? to have an effect on them not only during ramadan but throughout the ret of the year as well!

    Lets think outside of the square 🙂

    • Rayhaanah
      Posted at 11:35h, 21 Jun Reply

      SubhaanAllah! so true! shukran 4 sharing:)

  • nana
    Posted at 20:01h, 21 Jun Reply

    Ramadaan is a truly blessed month and those that experience it are blessed by Allah,savour the month, don’t let a day go to waste.
    May Allah make it easy for all.

    • Rayhaanah
      Posted at 22:47h, 21 Jun Reply

      Beautifully said:) aameen!

  • struggler
    Posted at 12:47h, 22 Jun Reply

    asalamulikum
    how about an online hifdh class? im very desperate as my city has none 🙁

    • Rayhaanah
      Posted at 18:55h, 22 Jun Reply

      Wa ‘alaykumus salaam wa Rahmatullah,
      Alhamdulillah, it’s in the planning process, inshaa Allah, we hope that this project materialises soon:)
      May Allah bless you with ease, strength, willpower & strong faith through your journey of memorising Qur’aan..please try reading through some of our previous posts during the past year, which feature inspiring articles and motivational interviews, amongst others…May Allah bless you for your efforts to please Allah never go by unnoticed, subhaanAllah!

  • faatima
    Posted at 16:27h, 22 Jun Reply

    i have started reading 1 ruku a day i could read more but i am doing hifz so its abit hard to read more…

    • Rayhaanah
      Posted at 18:48h, 22 Jun Reply

      Alhamdulillah, Faatima! That’s a good start – the key is consistency – may Allah Ta’ala bless you with ease & all the encouragement to continue succeeding on your path of Qur’aan memorisation, inshaa Allah! All the very best from Fee Qalbee:)

  • dreamlass
    Posted at 13:34h, 23 Jun Reply

    as salamu alaikum

    what about setting a designated time aside for the sisters with kids/at home for the memorisation/recitation of Quraan? then we could all e-mail each other or put it on the blog about our progress for the week.

    maybe like after tahajud/fajr if that is easier.

    i know that if i have a circle of sisters who each day is going to get up for tahajud and read Quraan, im going to try my utmost to match that or even better that.

    competition is what is needed sometimes to get one off one’s lazy chair! 😉

    • Rayhaanah
      Posted at 19:56h, 23 Jun Reply

      Wa ‘alaykumus salaam:)
      absolutely! spot on!

  • struggler
    Posted at 13:48h, 23 Jun Reply

    also how about a document where you can track your progress to do a couple of khatms of the quran. i usually try to do 1 english translation, and one reading in the first 20 days, and 1 in the last ten days, but sometimes the progress gets messed up a bit, and i would ideally like to do more!

  • Ayaah
    Posted at 18:21h, 26 Jun Reply

    We did a ‘competitive’ challenge last Ramadan on how many Qur’an khatams we could complete on our own, since we’ve been doing this thing to complete one Quran every week collectively, or sometimes doing more (given out when people are in need of them such as when someone’s passed away), and also for those students not as comfortable with reciting a Juz or more very week, they read a set about of Yaseens instead, which is also given out.

    Perhaps we could do the same collectively, aside from whatever other goals we have, to complete a Quran/more for Fee Qalbee? It would unite us in our sisterhood bi ithnillah, all of us completing the Quran together.

    The kids at my masjid are quite young, but even so they can complete the Quran collectively, and even my little cousin completed 3/4 Juz last Ramadaan, and she’s around 7 now. Even this will increase your love for Quran since she told me she doesn’t like memorising Quran on her own but enjoys reading it.

    The kids on Qur’an have been challenged to complete hifz of Juz Amma before the start of the summer holidays (around July 22nd), so we need to prepare ourselves now in order to achieve what we want in Ramadaan. I’m glad since I’ll have July and August to do hifz, with August (Ramadaan) free from school and leaving me the entire day, every day, to focus on this task bi’ithnillah. So what are we waiting for?

    If we each take one Juz to read each day and allocate which one we’ll take, with 30 participants we’ll have 30 Qurans complete Alhamdulillah, aside from anything else we’ve got planned. The more people we have the more we’ll complete. Delegate your Juz to a friend when you’re unable to pray/recite Quran, so your friends will get the reward for participating as well!

    What do you think? How many Qur’an khatams can Fee Qalbee complete in Ramadaan 2010? And to continue with the recitation of the Quran after Ramadaan, why not do this project every week (making it easier to complete 1 Juz in 1 week) so Fee Qalbee will collectively complete at least 52 Quran khatams every year, or more?

    Who’s up for it?

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