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Quran Dream #20

I want to know and to understand, to cherish and to behold, to implement and be able to teach the most sublime word of Allah. How can I have a conversation with Allah if I don’t listen to what He says to me, (awj)? How can I expect — no how can I even hope to have — the special mercy of Allah in the akhirah, the one reserved just for the believers, if I…

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Quran Dream #19

I want to be so immersed with the words of Ar-Rahman, that EVERY moment of my life, I remember Allah, to myself within my heart, and softly outside; so that I may be of those whom Allah remembers and speaks about to the Angels. For the words of Ar-Raheem to penetrate my heart so that every action I do, I live by the words of Allah. I want the words of Al-Wadud to increase me in love…

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Quran Dream #18

I dream of being from the special people of Allah, who’ve memorised His Book and teach it to the people daily. I dream of my character reflecting that of the Qur’an: to be soft, gentle and humble in my nature. I envisage my life to revolving around the Qur’an, I recite it in the last 3rd part of the night, also reciting a Juzz daily with understanding and acting upon on it. Little as it…

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Quran Dream #17

I wake up in the morning and say a truthful dua, witnessing Allah as our only Rabb (Lord, Provider, Guardian, Sustainer) with a thirst in my heart for reflecting on His ayat. His Highest Word has become the fuel for the energy that drives my day. It no longer matters to me how many times I ask for His forgiveness; as long as I do. I don’t just continuously read, feel and understand the ayat of His Holy Book…

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Quran Dream #16

I see the Quran as my true friend, that I can turn to and share everything with. I share moments with the Quran when I’m feeling, happy, content, anxious, sad or overwhelmed. This same friend, is sitting by my side in A’lam Al-Barzakh (the life of the hereafter), accompanying me. And come the Day of Judgement, the Quran will be holding my hand lovingly, and together we will cross the Sirat. We moved across so fast!…

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Quran Dream #15

I would love to be teaching, learning, reflecting, understanding Allah’s book, in Arabic. I want to act and apply the Qur’an as the Prophet (pbuh) and companions did, and to have it understood; pumping through every vein and cell in my body. I want my inside to be fully tapped in to the Truth, fully comprehended. I want my heart to speak and understand Allah’s language and guidance, for my limbs to act according to…

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Quran Dream #14

My relationship with the Qur’an is one that makes me feel alive; every day. It is like a warm blanket; soft, comforting, and yet reminds me of its protective nature against the fierce reality of the cold. That cold has the potential to freeze me into a state of heedlessness, sin, and disbelief. However, the Qur’an is my blanket – wrapping me, protecting me. The melody that is heard from the reciter of the Qur’an…

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Quran Dream #13

                            My perfect relationship with the Quran would basically be for me to be a very good person. Extremely kind, understanding, patient, yet assertive and confident. I could teach my children and they would follow in my footsteps. Everything would feel easy and no dilemma would keep me from being a good Muslim. Reading, listening and understanding the Quran would help me develop the right characteristics to…

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Quran Dream #12

  My ideal relationship with the Qu’ran would be that I have a connection with Allah (swt) that brings me more comfort than I’ve ever known. Whilst I say my purpose as a Muslim is to worship Allah (awj) alone, I know that I can’t even come close to that without feeling a true connection with Allah through the Qu’ran. I have found that whilst if someone asked what I’m aspiring for in life, I…

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Quran Dream #11

    I want to be among those firmly grounded in knowledge. Firmly grounded in the Quran. I want to be among those who live the Qur’an, in the footsteps of the Prophet (pbuh). When Aishah, may Allah be pleased with her, was asked regarding his character, she responded saying his character was that of the Quran (paraphrased). “I guarantee a house in the highest of Jannah for the one who perfects his character” [Abu…

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