My Quran Project

Assalamu aleikum dear bloggers,

So where am I with this project? Well, early this year, I wrote this post https://papatia.wordpress.com/2014/01/17/how-to-start-reading-al-quran-kerim-without-embarassement/. But I started my journey a little earlier than that; 2011 to be precise. Slowly, I made small progress along the way and today I can read in the Quran masha’Allah with a few difficulties. But I’m not easily discouraged, and I take it as a great privilege that I can read something in this Noble Book. I am also happy I saw this day because of this hadeeth-sherif below, masha’Allah.

Iqra

With curveballs year-round and mundane distractions we face as Muslims in these times, it’s a challenge to stay on track and realize all our Ibadat goals. I recently saw somewhere on a post that we are modern day martyrs and I agree. I think I am going to start using that word 😉 . So, as a ”modern day martyr”, it took me a while to finally read the Holy Book descended upon us during Ramandan centuries ago.

My goal for this month is to finish Suratul Baqarah and to continue reciting Suratul Ya-sin every Friday Allah allows for my late father and other people in the Ummah that passed away. Like the Muslimah mommy said in her following post http://themuslimahmommy.com/2014/07/04/the-muslimah-mommys-tips-for-mothers-during-ramadan/ , have realistic goals during Ramadan.

When I am done with Al-Baqarah, I will dive deeper for other surah and reread the Surah I already know in the Qur’an insha’Allah. I am excited! 🙂 May Allah grants us the knowledge, strength, diligence to pursue and realize our religious goals in this life insha’Allah, amiin.

Jazak’Allah Khair for reading,

Papatia Feauxzar

 

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About Papatia

Papatia Feauxzar is an Author who holds a Master degree in Accounting with a concentration in Personal Finance. She now works from home alhamdullilah. You can visit her website at www.djarabikitabs.com
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10 Responses to My Quran Project

  1. Great post sister, and thanks for the mention! Keep going at your own pace, you’re doing great Masha’Allah 🙂

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  2. Fatmawaty says:

    Well done, My Sis!, insha’Allah, Allah will make you easy in your learning ( your Quran Project), that’s a great goal!, Uhibbuki fillah, yaa Ukhti!

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  3. RiverPearl says:

    Alhumdullilah that is really good. I met a sister the other day who reverted a year ago, and it was only recently she memorised Surah Fatiha; listening to her was beautiful. Wise you all the best you Modern day Matyr 😉 x

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    • Papatia says:

      Masha’Allah! Anything about the Qur’an is always a thrill ;). I am glad the revert sister is progressing at her own pace and improving in this beautiful religion as well. Jazak’Allah khair sister ^_^ for the wish! Houb salam!

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  4. What a brilliant post and what a great thought to help muslim reverts. May Allah bless you for your generous thoughts and actions. Islamic Scholar speeches

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