WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
A lovely book to get for yourself or a loved one.
“I got the book on Friday and I’ve already read it, but I’m looking forward to reading it again and again – because it’s one to keep on the nightstand, one to take on travels, one to read on those rainy days – It’s something that can be shared with loved ones, with children, with our parents and our spouses. The author has shared reflections from 50 verses of the Quran, things that made her think a certain way, made her ask herself questions – this book can be the beginning of asking ourselves have we thought about how the 6000 plus ayahs make us feel every day.
I love when a book is written out of love and fear of Allah, because the reader senses it and it then awakens their own love and fear of the One they love dearly too.”
A beautiful guide to help you connect to the Qur’an on a deeper level
” I really love the process of reflecting upon the verses of the Qur’an and making them personal to my own life and any trials or hardships I may be facing. Sister Sumayah has a wonderful way of helping the reader to draw more from the words of Allah and to really connect to the verses. I highly recommend this book. Whether you’re new to Quranic reflections or you do this process often, this book helps you dig deeper. There really is no right or wrong way with this process but this book helps you to to get an insight into how Sumayah draws more from the words of the Qur’an, and gently guides you to start asking your own questions.”
- EBook: 114 pages
- Publisher: Independently published by Recite & Reflect (17 June 2018)
- Language: English
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sumayah Hassan is the founder of Recite & Reflect, a project aimed at redefining the way the Quran is experienced. Her work is centered around transforming our relationship with the Quran as individuals, families and a community, through Quranic reflection.
Since discovering the power of Tadabbur Sumayah has dedicated herself to teaching Quranic reflection, and making it simple and accessible especially to non-Arabic speakers. She is also the founder of Iman Illustrated, which is a global creative Quran journaling community.
Sumayah created the Recite & Reflect workshop in 2015 and teaches it both online and in person. Since then, the workshop has been attended by hundreds of women from over 15 countries around the world.
In her latest book, 50 Reflections on the Quran, released on March 23rd, 2018, Sumayah writes, “Quranic reflection is the step after understanding, that leads to application. Reflection makes the message of the Quran personal.”
This book and all of the content and resources created for and shared through Recite & Reflect are the property of Sumayah Hassan. The income from these offerings fund the project and enable me to continue doing my work, Alhamdulillah. If you were given a copy of this book free of charge it’s an amanah to pay the fee associated with its purchase. Of course I’d have no way of following up or knowing if and when my work may be distributed illegally, but I trust fully that Allah (awj) knows and He is All-seeing and All-knowing.