In My Home Can I Hang Verses Of Quran For Blessing

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Shaykh Yahya Ibrahim explains

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Can I hang the name of a lot of verses of the Koran in the in my home as an act of blessing?

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I'm the level salatu salam O Allah Rasool Ullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam What about Islamic irregular fee, especially the Name of Allah the name of the Prophet Mohammed sigh Selim is used to decorate many things, including the blessing of sacred Kaaba, Allah subhanho wa Taala continue to magnify it. So you find that there are verses of the Koran that are established upon it. And the purpose for that is not to add Baraka or blessing to the Kaaba, but it's so that somebody who's gazing upon it looking upon its beauty, can then be reminded of the message that it serves. And therefore you find for example, above the Blackstone five different patterns that will say, Allahu

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Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, nothing is greater than a law. It's meant to be something that you take a lesson from what you're reading. And therefore if you're going to hang it cozy in your room, at the back or on a wall, and it's a beautiful calligraphy. The purpose behind it is that when you view it, it reminds you triggers you to recite ayatul kursi, which fills your home with blessing, which fills your life with Baraka and which protects you from the influence of the shape on now, we should not be put on the wall that in and of itself without it being read, without it being read that That in itself has added value to the home. So for example,

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it can be putting up in

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you know, in an a non Muslims home, it doesn't mean that Baraka is added because they're not reciting it actively. It's not something that's a part of their faith and structure. So make it in sha Allah that the calligraphy that you put the name of Allah that you recite something that triggers you to the remembrance of Allah of the day that you will stand before him and be questioned about the great and the small. My home is decorated with it. Yours is decorated with it. Let it be a lesson and a reminder for us to reconnect with a law. So Hannah,

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