Channel: Faith IQ
We all have busy lives. Whether it’s being in school, working, being a mum. We all have our daily lives we attend to. Some plan to make reading the Qur’an part of their daily lives but find difficulty in accomplishing this task, what can they do?
Ustadha Taimiyyah Zubair gives some tips.
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Every day I plan to recite the Quran. But I'm so busy that I'm not able to. So what can I do?
This is understandable. As we get busy with our day to day lives, things can get tough and it can be difficult to make time for the recitation of the Quran. However, we should not settle with this, because not reciting the Quran is basically depriving yourself of a lot of reward. We learn in Hadees that once when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent two of his companions to Yemen as governors, both of them were extremely busy with their work. However, when they two met, we learned that one of them asked the other that how do you recite the Quran? How do you make time for the recitation of the Quran and the other companion who happened to be Abu Musa Alessia de la de la hora
and who responded that I recite the Quran while standing while sitting and while writing meaning I recite the Quran whenever I can, a little bit here a little bit there whenever possible. And this is the advice that I would give you stop waiting for the ideal time to recite a huge portion of the Quran in your day. Make time for the Quran whenever you can, as you're waiting at the bus stop, or as you're even driving, or as you are waiting for somebody to come open up the Quran or open up the app in your phone and start reciting May Allah subhana wa tada allow you to recite more and more