10 Day Qur’an Challenge #10 – With Sr Sarah Curtay

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What I like and what I want to let everyone welcome to the 10th and the final day of the 10 day care and challenge her 2023 with iman was I'm sure if this is not the end of the journey at Shangri La, the journey continues with her and revolution for those who do join us for the upcoming semester that's open on revolution.com, there's limited time for the rights be open and for you to register and get settled into the semester and that it will close off so that we can focus on the students who are registered. So I do ask you guys or encouraged you guys to join us? And of course, definitely, as well as subscribe to the grand revolution, YouTube, I think we've doubled in the

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audience who've been joining us since the past year and hamdulillah there's so much beneficial content and videos that we curate specifically for that channel, and we just hit our anniversary of having 700 videos, mashallah on there. So, definitely utilize that resource. But if you want that consistent community, you want that kind of consistent growth and focus on your own graddic re citation. Do join us for a revolution. I try not to be I know I'm sad as well, Alicia, but you know what, Alhamdulillah I would say the beautiful thing is, is there's some of those names that we met for the first time in last year's grandchild are in the first Grand Challenge and 2021 Alhamdulillah

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they will now part of the integrated Ahmadiyya community, the grand revolution community. So we're this won't be a goodbye in sha Allah. If anything, it'll just be keep us in your eyes. And we'll see you in a couple of weeks in sha Allah when the semester starts, and hamdulillah it's been an amazing journey because of you all who have been here consistently and shout out to those who are here from day number one, and who spent the last 10 days with us. What a noble reason to join your fellow brothers and sisters online. And what a beautiful reason for the angels to be in your home. joining you as you can recite the Quran and as you can try to get close to the book of Allah Subhana Allah

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Subhan Allah except for all of you. And please always keep myself and Malmo Sam the QR, the Crown revolution family, and everyone from the mug upside in your eyes. There's so many amazing people who make this happen. This magic happened in the background, and you'll never know their names. But they're the reason why we're able to do what we do and hamdulillah and they are the ones who are the bedrock the foundation of Corona revolution so I just took a look at him that it's been a blessing. We're not saying goodbye yet. We still have a full hour of resuscitation of reminiscing of all the good stuff in Chatelet to go through so we're not we're not going to start we're going to start off

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inshallah with that vein. We're going to continue we're going to start have we ended how we started with the challenge with excitement with good posture. Hopefully we've learned that every time my mom was I mentioned that I noticed myself slouching I'm like, is this a personal Is this for me, but it's somebody that with good posture with with breathing with strong breathing and shot a lot and inshallah with excitement to connect with the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala and I see a man with Sam is back in studio again on screen with us again. Alhamdulillah ready to pilot us in sha Allah to the end of this experience, and inshallah beginning of many more Bismillah I'm going to just bring

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you on As salam o aleikum. Wa Rahmatullah Imam was Sam. How are you doing today? While ecommerce Salam wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh I am doing fantastic today. Hafsa How are you feeling?

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Alhamdulillah I'm feeling great. I'm a little bummed because my internet's not not cooperating today. But I will I won't take too much time and showing the beginning so that people can benefit from you and trotline man was Sam and Bismillah Anna, we have a special guest today again, as we close off an amazing part of the QR community and Bismillah let's jump in Final Day. Day 1010 out of 10. This Malala is jumpin As Salam, Wa Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa wabarakatuhu. Brothers, sisters, Sister Hafsa friends who have been here for the entirety of the time, if you would take a supplication of a teacher, a salam Wa alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu from the source of Salam

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Allahumma Anta CERAM Amin Cassatt Sodom, the Barak Tejada Jalali Holy Quran, hey in our Daraa salaam, au yaka you today friends, may you take a DUA, a sense of peace be upon you. May Salam

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beam upon you in the form of a connection to Allah. When that abundant, consistent, overwhelmingly compassionate and merciful, purple light beans upon you in the form of hedaya all the time. May Allah subhanho wa Taala make Salam vibrate around you, in the form of positive friends in the form of vicar, as Carr, The Sound of Quran in the form of positivity, may the traffic lights open in your direction and when they make you wait. May Allah azza wa jal pour you upon you more loving Salam may Salam pour upon you, may it vibrate around you, and ultimately May you become

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On the vibrating source of salam for yourself.

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And inevitably, to all the people around you, may Salam emanate when I can have what we call in Quran revolution, cellular Salam may, on a cellular frequency there are 70 trillion cells in your body. Did you have to wake up this morning and pray that any one of those cells work properly? As a matter of fact, in order for you to feel the sensation of scratching your skin, did some cells commit goes straight kamikaze and die for you to have the pleasure of that feels nice? Absolutely. So if there was an analogy, if there was a metaphor, if your cells are the worshippers, they obey blindly. Who do they worship? I know your answer is Allah subhanaw taala. But in my metaphor, they

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are following the one who creates all of this feeling your cells, by commandment of Allah do exactly what you tell them to a Salam o aleikum. Wa Rahmatullah. So, in your own notes on the 10th day, are you willing to acknowledge 70 trillion parts of you are already fully guided by Allah? yourselves cellular membrane? The mitochondria are all who said all of that? And does the kidney cell go? You know, I really feel like being a brain cell today. Please, science friends? Doesn't your kidney cell have all the RNA and DNA to function as a brain cell? How come it doesn't feel like bringing brings out today? Just think about it for a moment. It fully says Allah subhanaw taala told me I'm a kidney

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cell I will be kidney cell. Even if this human being put alcohol the kidneys would be like must filter can't filter, I don't know what to do. Are you in a state of cellular salaam at the 75th percentile? Absolutely. The next few phases are for you to recognize

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what is your connection and communication directly to your cells. It's your breath, hyper oxygenated cells. And cells that don't have enough air are visible on a microscope. So all the stand up straight and breathe a lot, has a lot more to do with than just the physical human posture. If you can. That's it. As soon as you felt that you heard that in your brain, you're like, it doesn't have anything. No, it has nothing to do with standing up straight. Inner alignment will lead to external alignment. So if you could take one word for today, you are guided already 70 trillion parts of you are already saying yes, Allah, I obey Allah. Only this much of your brain is a free will. And on an

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MRI I can show you you really don't have free will. But that's a whole nother story. We're gonna leave it. If you want to look up the article, friends.

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People were shown two colors on an MRI. So we're looking at your brain. What the person believed was I'm choosing Blue was clearly decided in their brain before they uttered blue. So careful on your whole freewill thing. We could get down into the nitty gritties of it. So let's go with

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Allah. Allah. O Allah, I want to be directly connected to you the only part of me that has higher will creativity, lying, cheating, stealing all of it. I want a constant connection to Allah subhanaw taala on the 10th Minute, would you leave this Assalamu Aleikum that never ended? And would you keep it open? Because you're looking for Ethernet cable or Wi Fi? You're looking for a fiber optic wire? No Wi Fi. You'd like a direct wire between you and Allah subhanaw taala where could I find that direct wire? Can I see a verse in the Quran where Allah subhanaw taala I'm slipping and fallen and I can't get up. Oh Allah, would you please drop me a line from heaven? Would you please drop me a

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singular phrase that could allow me to reconnect with you at any one moment if you would join me in a revisit of Surah Ali Imran verse 102 103, where Allah azza wa jal without any skip of a beat

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or your Halloween

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Would you please VIP in the chat box, if you acknowledge that as soon as you hear Yeah, uh, you

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Her loving

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man who Oh Allah

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we it is us who believe in you. And Allah is calling back to us. If you don't believe in Allah this ayah doesn't pertain to you but Allah is calling you oh my creation yeah you handle the nah man not long. Oh ye who believe in Allah have consciousness of Allah three words duck WA is fear of angering Allah subhanaw taala hope, certainty in the promises of Allah His mercy. So the wing of the Dove, I know that I love Allah so much I don't want to upset him. And number two, I know Allah's promise. So when I do a partner, like Allah has got my back but what is the once the bird flies? What is it, duck, what is consciousness of Allah subhanaw taala this whole mindfulness movement, awareness of

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Allah subhanho wa taala, that whole spiel for you friends, I want you to say is the awareness of Allah subhanaw taala the consciousness so all ye who are in the VIP group of being Muslim, be aware of Allah, have gone to Conte, as much as Allah has the right to be made aware of. I'll take a triple seven in your own notes. If that is almost enough of a sentence. Oh, ye who believe that's me. Be aware of Allah, fearful of angering him hopeful in his mercy because he's Allah, and then take flight. Fear, hope, certainty, but Allah, Allah is real. Allah is real. How real has got Ducati or Atlanta moved to 911 and this feeling might feel like that something in a club, but this party never

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ends have got to Kati, he was a lot more done. And do not die. Leave this physical body world the cellular existence. Don't leave this cellular existence in LA or until mostly moon can I have the multiple layers? Yes, Muslim mean someone who fill in the blank, right? grow facial hair, hijab, whatever you want. But isn't this word? Oh, you who believe and submit there is one God there is a God who talks to us through prophets and shows us miracles and some of those miracles are in our hands. A physical book, I believe. Be aware of Allah. Okay. How do I do that? How God Ducati as much as you can be aware of Allah. Yeah, are you Halina man who's guru Allah, the Quran Cathy wrong. Oh

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ye who believe. Remember Allah, how much can see long as much and much and more. So do not leave except in a state of submission. If you are ready, on the 15th Minute, I will welcome my co pilot sister Saara if you'd like to join me in tandem, because we were talking about a purple light, a fiber optic

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network cable going directly if you don't want if you could go a little further Can you imagine a strain of brain your brain is made of networks right? Can you imagine if you got a wire from up there and just went Hulu

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Why don't sleep movie have Lila Yaeger me?

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Hold firm to the rope of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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Jamia together

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we all have our own thoughts and depressions and aloneness and anxieties. Would you all acknowledge that one of our brain fibers, crosses through the physical world and goes into the spirit world? You all believe in the same Allah I believe in? When I say stuff that Allah when I read Quran, we're We're all reading the Quran of the same God. Can you understand how isolation depression anxiety melts away? Jeremy

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felt wrong

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in the path of being aware of Allah How about Ducati have said don't split

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Saara Jeremy on look, we're all going to have different personalities and some people are gonna be this ism and someone's gonna be that is that's great. That's your frontal lobe. But when it gets a core belief, we're all the same. How can Ducati ah

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I am in the path of loving, being aware of Allah as much as I can. You're doing it to you found your way I found mine Walter for Rocco. I understand there's difference of opinions and now religion now. One cool rune Yamato loggie Allah a cool, Ill do you not accept that opinion a and opinion B. Allah is feeding both of them. Allah is giving them rationale. Allah is giving them thoughts, Allah is giving them the ability to feel like my ism is better than your ism.

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One Curonian medulla here on Lake home, all I need is a triple five that you are connecting one old to oh ye who believe, I believe, be aware of Allah. Okay, as much as Allah has the right to be aware of it. Don't you dare die, except in a state of submission. Are you continuing with me? A half Sasara Do you see how if I detach Did you like and hold fast to the robe of a lot all together, and remember and do and remember the gift of your Lord upon you all I love Barina to Lubich and you're been separated in the heart.

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this is all talking about how Katoki you were separated at the heart. And then Allah did join you back. So please watch our sin will be heavily law. I tell you not that it is the only opinion but I will take a Quran revolution Q R, that a strong opinion is the hobble of Allah is the rope of the Quran. And that it has knots like when you're climbing in the army, it has a place to put your legs and arms so that you can keep going up the rope of Allah subhanaw taala to me, has been the Quran and I try not to and if you would have Sasara Do you notice there's not a lot of difference of opinion when it comes to reading Quran. Like there's no it's still a well read more Quran. Yeah,

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it's not a lot to fight here. So when it comes to what's Kuru near Matala, he Alikum is is going to Arda and for Allah verbena, Gulu beaconhouse baktun been Yama been Yama de he wanna want Google to Marla shafa who 14 million defang by that comb that and by that I mean ha. Because Alika Yoga, you know, Allahu La comme de la I love that do soon.

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Along with the club admin Atilla to Quran a Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh. Friends, thank you so much for joining myself. I would like to bring on in this exact conversation. Sorry if you just want to walk on to the platform of how the Quran has been a rope in your life. So we could do introductions, but it is on it's the last 10 days of Ramadan. Nobody cares who I am or who you are. Nobody cares who upsI is. Let's get to Jana. If anything, let's get away from Johanna. So Surah Assalamu alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh welcoming you from Canada, a nursing student, graduate of ohada but for me most important, a fellow colleague who works with me in Quran revolution, and

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more importantly, a co pilot who flew with me if I'm not correct, last year, for two years last year, and we covered the varkala the better half of the first 100 pages of Quran the Varric law. First almost 10 Eight absorb and so sisters are a privilege to have you with us today as salam aleikum wa rahmatullah well welcome. Salaam rapid delay but I get to just like a left there for having me today. Alhamdulillah. Sarah, would you fill in the blanks with Where did your relationship with the Quran start?

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Hamdulillah I think my mom was the one who always pushed us and I think we were in Quran classes since we could probably start reading.

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So handle I think she's really been the one who's been always on us to you know, stay connected to the Koran in some way or the other, whether that would be going to weekend school, or having those daily or on classes and I think that's where the journey began. I'm the law. I'm the law. It's also fair to just talk about environment. You did. Did you grow up around Mississauga?

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Kind of I grew up first in the Middle East. So I grew up in Dubai, and then I moved to Canada when I was in grade four. Okay, um, the law. Okay, so did those first three, four standards of school. Did Dubai have an influence? I know it's you're not tapping into childhood. Do you have memories of their? Oh, for sure. Yeah. My mom would have

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I was like a Quran teacher come over into our house every day after school and we were just learn how to read like, you know the letters. And just the basic Surahs from Makkah. Yeah. Can I ask where that teacher was from? Was he a local from the Arab community or someone from within your family circle? I think he was probably a local from the community. Okay, I am digging because you read. And I, as I say particularly well, right, there's some things that people learned that week, and it's kind of like they've picked it up. But the first time we flew together, I was like, well, look at Islam is your friend to Alhamdulillah. So you recite? Well, can we jump on a moment? Sarado speak

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from authenticity and vulnerability, equal intimacy. So can you speak from? I'm a student? Yes, I'm a female. Yes, I'm still living a full life.

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Like, how did the Quran impact? So you've come to Canada, you're in grade four? Like, when did you have a Quran moment for you?

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Um, I think it was just listening to the recitation of Mishary I think he's my favorite reciter. And just, you that moment where you're listening to him recite, and you just get hit by those like emotions, I think that would be my peran moment. And just wanting to do more and more and just keep learning and keep building on those skills. So yeah, okay. And do you recall like, Was it an age or a time where you tend to Well, do you remember a moment where it was, like, really?

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hit you?

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Probably teenage years. You know, and emotions are running high. I think that's probably when it hit. No, that's a that's a good time for it to hit. If we could just land there for a moment. In our teenage years. Novelty is is is high, like you could tell your parents but but I I'm in love, you know, it's like you don't understand it's the most intense because the brain is experiencing it for the first time. I want to speak to I don't know that if the Quran wasn't there. If it didn't make the impression in the early years. Now, do you see objectively speaking, why Twilight, and certain teen dramas succeed so well? Like it's thriving on a very specific the undead loves me? No one can

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understand it. It's just think about that for a moment. So in your teenage years did you have to? Oh, God, sorry. You're so religious or circle of friends look at you a certain way or was it like us? All right, like when you press pause for a little bit? Did you ever feel any of that? Oh, for sure. Yeah, I think you definitely want to fit in in those years. So you kind of hide your Islam a little bit because you don't want people to think you're like an extremist or too religious. Talk about it for a second just say that phrase to religious we've all had to like, I've removed my goofy I was like, Oh, I'm gonna see those friends us not only come guys, everything's great cars, sports,

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sports sports. Like, can you? Can you talk about that for a moment where you have to hide? Oh, man, I just had this amazing spiritual experience.

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For sure. Yeah. I think you definitely feel sometimes that you don't want to bring in too much Islam because then people are like, oh, you know, this is supposed to be a fun environment. We don't want to talk about that right now. But yeah, you do have those like moments especially in Ramadan where you are just in Dharavi, and you just feel like crying because you're just hit by those like Islamic this just this Quran verses. So yeah. Subhanallah but but sometimes you look like who's next to me? I will I have to explain this. I in my closest friend circle. Surah sometimes a close close friend who was able to say, Yo, bro, what are you crying about? Like, and then having to verbalize that is

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very uncomfortable. Because you're like,

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Hola, and it's like, I'm not sad, right? So are you? It's not sadness. I don't typically cry because Oh, shucks, I'm going to hell. It's like LA Ugadi Rousselle neara. Don't wala Kabira tan Illa saw her in Surah Toka half God says, a guy will get his book and you'll say what type of book is this? It hasn't even left out the little or the small things.

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And I guess that's scary. But then I have to explain No, I wasn't scared of the moment. It's like, Allah really has look past the sad moment friend everybody. Like Yes, everything's in a book. But when you see that, don't you realize Allah was there the whole time? Like you're looking at a photo album, and you're you and your friends? No one's asking who's taking the pictures? Allah was there the whole time to check to check and yes, he caught you saw you. Did he catch you know he was there the whole time. So it was kind of like that to me, Sarah, I tried to explain that.

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I want to my friend was like, I'm better off being confused with why you were crying in the first place. So because it's your Jedi buddies, they don't want to necessarily know an answer. They just like, why are you crying? I had another close friend say, why does the mom read so long? He knows we don't understand what he's saying.

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And I was like, you're my friend. I don't know what to tell you. Like, what do you say Saara? In that environment? That doesn't make you sound super religious? Like, no, it's the Imaan you get five blessings for every letter. So I guess I bring that up, Sarah, only because a lot of folks, you're, you're a lot younger than me. I went through it without a social media time. So I was able to just be with some and then live. How could you share? And could you share an advice for a young person who's like, if these two religious people are telling me they have to hide themselves? What did they do? What's the first steps are like, I want to read Gron out loud, I'm a but as a girl, it's not

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really so much room to do that. Do you have a word anything that could you could share with them?

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I think it's definitely about finding people who understand you and just being around those people who are going to hype you up for those odd moments instead of you know, putting saying that, you know, we don't want that around here. Or like, that's kind of weird. So definitely having that right company is for sure encouraged. But at the same time, bringing in like little, you know, little Islamic tidbits into your conversations until you become comfortable with it. It's so important because I think a lot of times, we feel like, oh, people are gonna find it strange, but I've had non Muslim friends who talk about their religion really openly. And I'm like, wow, I don't know why I

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can't do that. So it's about not being ashamed of being Muslim. And just, you know, it's like a limb. You know, it's there. I'm gonna acknowledge it. I don't have to keep bringing it up, but it's there and you got to like, deal with it because it's, it's my religion. Thank you. Thank you. Flawless Zara.

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It's not Saara, I don't think you think about your niqab as much. It's not it's a part and parcel of the way you carry yourself. So when you look at someone, and they're kind of still looking at your niqab, you can tell like, hello, I'm here. Like, you're you're missing it. And sorry, I had the same thing for me. My goal is to recite Quran in Times Square allowed. I just want to do running translation, but Zara I know in my head was on camera like Wissam doesn't want to do that because, well, someone doesn't understand it or this or just oh, this is so weird. Like hashtag super cringe. My greatest fear Sara, did you ever see this interview if anyone saw between Mohammed hijab and

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Jordan Peterson?

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Okay, he's, he's your Canadian person. So this is my greatest fear Saara, then we're gonna transition to dua. My greatest fear is that I recite and I'm like, I'm fully there and someone goes, Why did you do that? Muhammad the job recites beautiful, good recitation. He recited full like he recited full full and then Jordan Peterson first common was Why did you do that to me? Like what was the point? And that it that to me sorry is like why are you Why did you force me to listen to that? I know Quran is perfect. I know God's greatest sound I've ever heard

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but use gave me a word that helped my story go along with some needs to be confident with Sam needs to know Ozy da you're on the little corner.

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I can do that anywhere. I wish some now fee want to feel like I'm speaking to the future. I want to go to the coffee shop be like this some great coffee to Baraka law. Why couldn't I? Because I should be able to so thorough on the 30th Minute from your space. Could you make a dua from from the trials and tribulations you swung through to get here? Would you a supplication for everyone who wants it?

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Yeah, in sha Allah, I hope that we're all able to achieve our goals that we've set out for Ramadan, that inshallah one day that we can meet in person in general and for those and talk about moments where we got to see each other and I hope that we are guidance to each other to bring ourselves closer to Islam and to bring yourself closer to Allah and that we become friends for the sake of Allah so that you know, we can meet again in Jonathan for those and say that we are the ones who brought each other to Jannah and I hope Allah forgives all of our sins. I mean, and he protects the Muslims all around all around the world, protects them from everything that they're facing. And male

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lucky, a strong honor Iman as the days and the years get tougher and tougher. Let us get stronger within our Eman. I mean, I hope the Quran brings us together and

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It doesn't make us make it a source of division. It makes a source of connection for all of us. I mean, I mean, they're having to get hammered right? I mean Subhanallah he won't be harmed the use of a Hanalei la theme one act of riba asking Allah, another activity Baba. Sarah, I would like to invite you too copilot with me if we would. Let's read these verses for folks Sarah take your time to warm up engine two. Engine One is absolutely warmed and ready for takeoff. So if you would always do B ly he means no shade on your Raji.

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Bismillah here wha Manuel Rahi. Excellent.

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sub Zara, may I read and then we'll just so we can give everyone a bit to practice. I'll give all I'll read it and then could you read the same thing back to me? Sure. Sounds good. You got it. Yeah. Why Townsley mu B? Hubballi. He Jeremy

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ah yeah t he can do Mark low FICO barkcloth FICO, Zara, how did it feel for you and share any feeling because I feel like a whole bunch of folks would have a similar experience. How did it feel for you, Angela? Amazing. I love reciting Michela and Zach loves her for this opportunity. Hi, Carla. Does that love Karen, it can be overwhelming. Now, Sarah, this is a teacher to teach her question here. Let the folks will listen to the answer. Sarah, did you notice I started one place, I noticed that my receptor was on. I'm going to use a word, a different key. I'm using it just as a filler. My receptor, you were at a different pace. Did you see a shift in my recitation? To try to

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match your pattern? For sure. Yeah. Okay, I'm, I'm patting me on the back because I couldn't always do that. A lot of times people like oh, man, he's making me do this. Why don't XLU Whoa, we have early lung. And that can be very overwhelming. But I have seen you when you will work with students. You match. You match the tone, you slow it down to them. So Sarah, I picked that up from listening to some of your work. I'm sure you you saw it at the end how I went is going to come

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by you know Kulu become Did you did you? Did that help you or did that make you feel like oh he's going backwards.

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No, I think it helps.

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Allah barkcloth equiment. So to the ground I asked, sometimes it's not just about having a teacher who can read well, that's great. Sorry. It's fantastic. But having a teacher who can put the trouble up the base down and say, I'll meet you where you are, and then we'll go up together. So Sarah, that's very exciting. Sorry, I do want to catch the time for one second. Did you need to depart good doctor there. Did you have an appointment on the 30? Did you need to step away? Yes. Sorry. I really need to go in. Absolutely. Thank you so much for those extra seven minutes was salam aleikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh. Appreciate it. What's that I'm on a sister had told me in advance are

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told me that due to some of her work, she had to step away. So as salam Wa alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Sara they will see you on the inside of Quran revolution be in Allahu Taala was salam aleikum wa Rahmatullah Wa alaikum. Salam after my break, so thank you for having me. Absolutely. Brands Allahumma. Zina. I mean, we don't always have our students, our guests for the entire time. And it is always important when one of your guests says I have to get back to nursing school or to medical class. I have to do this. So we're going to start today Aafia, Assam alaykum macaron. Assalamu alaykum Alia Hoda, Mona Assalamu alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh sister Hafsa It seems

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we have found ourselves in an interesting predicament. Okay, I II, we have some time in front of us. And I genuinely have a question for you. If I could pop the mic and read with a few folks.

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And personally, I could also, I'd like to tell you what we're on revolution is like specifically what's level 1234? And what is year two? To me, personally, and that's big picture, it's a lot more beneficial than

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getting corrected. But sister Hafsa we know some people are gonna like break their Rosa because they didn't get to read Quran. So that's kind of wrong. So how about what do you say? What do you say? Because I have so in my description of level 1234 a student doesn't just learn about Quran revolution, they then can map out, Hey, this is what I should do. First, it becomes a full roadmap. We just named that roadmap. Love A 1234 That's why I think it's really I think it's important. Let's do a little bit of both in sha Allah. I don't know if you'd be comfortable. We could also if people are reciting anyways, you can see maybe give them some feedback and see what level they might be

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placed at and then they can see if that is accurate when they join inshallah. Okay, absolutely. I would like to do that. Can we all write down one sentence, it's like a poem. And if we learned that, let's write the sentence and then take a few readers. I'll identify where I would say folks would be reading and then whether you join grand revolution or not, I want you Aafia Macron put out I want you to have a roadmap. Alia I would like you to say I'm going to start here and this is how this is what here is that I'm going to master B, then I'll move to C and D Quran revolution happens to organise that for you, and we have super amazing teachers, thank you Allah. But that shouldn't stop

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you from following the best in curriculum best in standards. So if I may, Alia if you're available, can you open your mic as I have requested, Alia us

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Monica Muslim How are you doing? Good How

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can I ask what grade you're in? Oh, good. Oh, yay. Nine years old. Old eight. Okay, close enough. It is an awesome time in life. May Allah make your third grade one of my best years in school. Your third grade super awesome. Do you only have like five weeks of school left?

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I'm about

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to heart it's okay. But school will end in May June. So it's almost summertime. So let's get it on. Alia would you say ooo bIllahi min ash shaytani R rajim.

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Oh, no.

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Bong and Raji. I love it. Brands she. She just did what I asked. Thank you so much earlier. Can you say? Yeah, are you learning?

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Duncan law? Ya

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LA. Oh God, Ducati Harper.

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Add your RT y Allah down who do not Illa

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Allah wa to muesli Moon

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mostly Moon Excellent. Where do you live near? Canada? Yes you do. Yes you do Princess of Canada. You read amazing Did your mom teach you how to read? Or? Yeah go give her a hug a hug to your mom. Sarah did you do this? You did this did you? This the effects of ukuran people? That was Sarah Do you have any comments? Or do you comment on that? Oh sisters are left sobre la brand I was blown away. That was beautiful. Anyone who wants to know at what point did she have me? rules do I was done? I was laid flat friends syllables perfect. Amazing. Allama did not mean excuse me

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the bark Allah Amin if you're ready to recite you want to pop that mic friend do you open up? Yes sir. soundly gone.

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Are you ready to do you friend can you say our oh do bIllahi min ash shaytani R Rajim

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the La Mina shaytani R rajim. Yeah, au Levine. delko law. Yeah, you're learning

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Allah. How God Ducati he was more done. have gone to court a while. moved one Lauer and two Muslim on it. And Muslim on. I mean, how old are you there? I am loving Mashallah. Do you read with someone online?

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I haven't been in Ramadan because he lives in another country. But yeah. Okay. Um, do you read? Well, there you read really? Well. Where do you live? I live in America. And America. We're in America. Where do you live in Connecticut? No way. I was born in Connecticut. It's just it's in the water. We can't help it. Don't worry about it. Fred. Thank you so much. I mean Salaams to your mom and dad. Well read friend put down if you can pop that mic bark Lo Fi comm Lisa from London. We're going to pop your mic in a moment. Could that can you say you hae Can you say? Who will be laggy? Nina che Ponyo? Raji, big open shoulders?

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Oh, there'll be layer Umina shape on your body?

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Yeah, you had Lavina Delco la ha ha ha to Conte.

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Yeah, you're living in

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LA demo do not allow and do mostly Moon

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Mostly more than Excellent. Well, how old? Are you at 1111 My dad never told me. It said never ask a woman how old she is. So I'm sorry that I did it. But you read so well. I had to ask. Who do you study with?

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His classes in the masjid in his classes in the masjid and and is the your is your teacher? The imam of the kaaba? No. While you read like it it So alhamdulillah Hooda You did really well there you you don't you didn't memorize these verses. Did you know? No. You read very well. There is our mom and dad around.

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Yeah, okay. Just give him a hug. Say thanks for teaching me how to read grunt excellent job. Amazing. Amazing. Thank you so much bark lofi COMM As Salam aleikum Hoda, it was just one ion. Alicia Samadhi Kumar hematological Barakatu

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brand if you already are ODU bIllahi min ash, a baronial regime. Will

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he remember the Sunnah of the last three people?

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Uzu bIllahi min ash shaytani R rajim.

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bIllahi min minutes shake. Approaching flawless. Flawless? Yeah, you had Lavina Amanu

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Yeah, you can

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just see it from your mouth. I'm a New apples up down. I'm a new window. Armando duckula.

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And the governor's got it? No. Can you say no. Kula cool

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to cope

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got it now say how car like hockey say how car

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to car D to karate. Excellent now say it like and don't you dare die while atta Muto nah,

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almost there say thermo Can you say Tamu

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Tamu got it. Move now hold it together and say done

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so no

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got it Illa Allah what anthem

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mostly Moon whistling Excellent. Thank you very much, sister. Where did you did you learn to read recently? Or are you still working and you're still working on your reading? I'm currently in level one of Corona

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Islam with another

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man I'm gonna see you in class because I saw the name on it some

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friends. I've been had.

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The UK has scammed me in a good way sister. I knew it was you Allah.

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Well done. Man. I have you out here reading in the middle of the Quran. So, sister if I may take a moment. Sister is in level one grand revolution. Hafsa I didn't plan this. Okay, they all wearing niqab? What should I do have to leave me alone? How am I supposed to know that? I can remember everybody's eyeballs. So Alicia is in level one. If you would like to write this down right now, friends. This is a phenomenal curriculum. Dinesh. I'm just projecting through you. daanish Dr. sadoff if you wrote the word are a W. Ra

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Dhanesh. Recognize a symbol accents writing.

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Oh brother, how do you learn how to teach people to read so quickly? And then I I say it's the raw approach and never like a brother won't tell us. So the raw approach if you'd like to jot this down immediately learn to recognize the shapes of letters daanish Dr. sadoff Aisha Mona, we could go right now someone wants to drop it in the chat box. One minute wonders. from Quran revolutions YouTube channel. Dhanesh it one minute 29 videos going over every letter Danis you don't need to sit there like Sesame Street and watch all but let them run. Let them run. And then daanish Say you were stuck. Doctor said if you're stuck on for war. Go to that letter video. Oh, numbered 1718. Boom,

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click it. Watch it three or four times. So for those of you who don't know the letters, recognize and number two, may I have a five in your own notes. If no one told you the five rules of assembly Dhanesh sadef. Marie Amona. Does anyone remember maybe even Afia. When you were little they taught you the letters of Sir. And then dishtowel halacha. Abaddon? You're like Hey, brother. That Jeem doesn't look like that. Jhala that looks like a completely different Nene. That's a Jeem

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Hello, how? Like when was my brain supposed to make that jump as a child? You have tied the new Rania so right now i It's not a grand revolution project product. I'm asking you to

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Oregon technology. Alicia, you know what I'm talking about on this one, guys. If you are able to get forgotten technologies app, thank you friends. For gone technology is the name of the app have said please laugh at me. Is Elijah a new Rania in Arabic? Mandarin? Can you help me for a second? Myron, the name of the app is in RP.

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Marketing. Marketing is something I don't know what to tell you. Because everyone's like, what's the name of the app? I'll call either a new Rania spelt in Arabic you'll find it.

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So type in forgone technology. The first that's the name of the company right? Catch 22 Awesome. Isn't it hilarious though, is the name of the hospital is only in a language doctors can understand.

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Get the app get the app friends because you need a button halacha is the truth. Everybody is going to jump up and down. Oh brother, I want to read Quran. side quran.com Click the words oh brother I want to know letters. This is the recite Quran of letter

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So if you go right now, could anyone be so kind? We're looking for a one minute wonders playlist sadaqa jariya put it in the play with someone would put Google Play. Could you put the Google Play link to this? Sadaqa? jariya? Oh, yeah, that's another good. Yeah. That's the third one from continent. Us. I'm not sure. Khad are a that's your third contribution in the last few days. You have been like the Go To link person. Thank you, friend, for con technology from the Apple Store. And from Google Play. That's the next step. That's level one. And then can we be real? How many of us have never given writing the Quran? A little bit of a chance?

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Yes, absolutely. Right. The Quran give it a chance. Oh, but I can't do it well,

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is that what you do with everything in life? Your spouse tells you to wash the dishes. Oh, I don't know how to. You will learn honey, you will learn you gotta try it and then you will learn to do it. So barkcloth level one are a W recognition assembly. How do the letters assemble?

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Number of three accents are ie what you call subbers their page for the Dhamaka sir.

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You know the funny part? What sound does a Fatah make?

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I have sir helped me Hafsa in the word Fatah. dama Khasra. Where is the sound? Our EU Zabar's their page? Where is the

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Islam is my friend. So please, if you don't know what the names are, leave them alone. Ah, II Oh, they're called accents. Would you write another word for me? Please? Are we ready? Thank you. May Allah bless you tremendously Hooda Kedah. In our program, we are writing the whole Quran. And some folks Alhamdulillah have finished writing 15 A desire Yes, you'll learn that in Grand revolution.

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Number two, let's so That's level one raw level two. Can you bringing your reading up to p A are bringing your reading up to par? Afia hon, I'm gonna let you read at the end. Okay, so don't hold your breath. I'm gonna be right there off en Fatima. I'll be right there. She's nine dear I'm giving the nine year old attempt. Please help me out. Yes, I I need you to Marin and the nine year old ancestor Mara school for everybody else. Please plug into what I'm saying here for a second level to Quran revolution, phonetics accents, rhythm, because Allah, everybody's going to tell you many bittersweet pada Hey, I understand that.

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I so understand many people, or many people die. So I need to talk to you about phonetics, accents and rhythm.

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For the first seven weeks of our 14 week program, we are going to learn

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to play the piano that is in your mouth. You are used to looking at it like this. But if we flip it like this chopsticks tan tan tan tan tan tan tan, tan, tan, tan, tan tan, most of us don't think about where we're putting the sound. So how could you be thought Ah, no, it's not good to be da ba. It's something specific. So as much importance as we give to the sound of a song if one note is off, it sounds wrong. Ba thaw it sounds wrong love. We have to fix it. Level two is a study of where the sounds come from. Would you jot it down? phonetics is the study of whether a sound is off. Yeah, can you pop your mic for a second year? You can be my mic with me and sister Marian. You can pop your

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mic for a second. Aafia Can you say?

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Ah sure. More more and more just like look at me and think for a second and then go awesome.

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Ah, awesome. Excellent. Sister. Marilyn, can you accentuate the a of happy rappy

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Ah, excellent. Now could we're gonna switch roles. Marilyn, could you say that? No lips all tongue awesome.

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Oh, awesome. Oh, you did a really good but then you owed your lips at the end.

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One more time. Awesome. All Excellent. Ah, can you say happy? Like a grand fairies super happy Can you say? Happy? Happy? A more and more catch da ah happy. Ha. Excellent Macron Can you say awesome happy? Awesome happy Afia awesome happy. Awesome happy. Excellent ally if you're able to pop that in Mike can you say Ali Hassan Can you say or inspiring or inspiring? Go for sir. Awe Inspiring. Can you now say, like, make it pitchy happy.

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Happy, man it's

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sorry I just died in the came back. That's how bored I was. Hey, Ali, Ali, dude say Happy.

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Happy thank you sir I had to buy that from you my love Allah give you more Baraka in your life. Ali Do you? Can you hear the difference though dear between the all and the ad? Do you hear it?

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The answer is yes. And all the pain will stop.

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Just say yeah, go Okay, so he's still he's still you got it. Thank you, Ali. Aafia. Do you hear the difference between all and I understand other I'm gonna get to the British explanation in a second Afia Do you get it?

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Yes, yes. And Mandarin. Do you hear the difference between the art and the excellent. Now brother Adam brings up a very big very big point. Yes, Ali will get you to recite.

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Thank you, Sophia. Thank you friends. You were helping me illustrate a point.

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Ali, I'm gonna ask you to hold just for a moment. Friends. Level two.

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Now when I say you've just learned this lesson when I say Alhamdulillah he'll be like

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me in Mandarin. It is a happy letter. Or an awesome letter off via macaroon. What do you think anybody can answer Dr. Stuff? When I say Alhamdulillah here on Beale Ah, me. Oh

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So I guess I'm not that great of a teacher guys just want to take that back to percent

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friends Alhamdulillah here on being on me Alhamdulillah here or below

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I mean, it's happy it's happy it's okay to Chico gotta go. Gotta TT everybody. Tt call the iron and awesome letter. Now let's talk about it again. Our rules will be about beaten mass. Be a lot be nice.

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Nice happy modern got it. Doctor stuff.

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Tough but yeah. Be happy what ABA? What's the next letter? Ma? Ah

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ah mugger when I say what? How many people catch themselves going more

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of Ramadan. Miccosukee Margie, but in my case it stopped for Allah. Tt Cara, Cara. Last 10 days TT to look. And we'll be Ramadan. May the fruit luck. All right, back to the point. Allah loves you, friends. It's a top of the hour. And no, we didn't get to talk about all the levels. But

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do I need to say more? Do you think this approach would help you be able to crack the code of recitation? Yeah. Because sometimes you're laughing sometimes you're crying and you're like, I don't know if I'm going to hell or not. But you know, we're going to Jana. So I would like you to think about the long term. Yes, friends. I've been teaching ground revolution since

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2016. In 2016, we started in

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Manchester and Birmingham And subhanAllah it we're coming up now close to our 10 year anniversary. It's not a question of whether it works or not it just a debacle. Thank you friends for being able to Birmingham, you Birmingham, you all represented us quite a bit. So to the UK folks out

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All I ask is for the opera ask awesome. Not your speech. Awesome. So that is my answer them you are 100% Correct. It is different when speaking of Quran QR means Quran revolution.com. I am a minute over I, I have to say I didn't think it was going to end like this sister Hafsa Am I correct? That and I'm going to answer this.

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This is the 10th day right?

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a lot like flew away from us. It really did. It really did. Sister Huff's. I'll take 30 seconds to several days people have been asking about Muhammad, which are melodies. I am going to say that grand revolution will teach you Quranic melody, not an external Arab poetry super imposed upon the Quran shots fired. So no, thank you. Grand revolution don't need mahkamah We got the Quran and it makes its own melody.

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Sister Hopson

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does that. Look at everyone. This was an amazing 10 days if you didn't get to read life sucks like it's a hard life. I'm really sorry. If you didn't get to read. I'm so sorry. Some dying baby. I'll go tell them their sorrows. Not enough. I'm sorry. You didn't get to read? No, like, life's tough. Go eat a lemon after sewer and you'll be fine. A Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh.

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Before we met, the man was in my office internet like last week for 30 seconds inshallah. But just to summarize, because I know we read a lot, we get a lot of questions just about the details of evolution and what what is it and what does it cover? What is it not covered? So basically, and they Masami corrected me or you fill in whatever is right to grant evolution is an online program that's created by Amazon. It's specifically targeted to identify which level that you're at and your we citation of your Arabic of the Arabic language, and to gradually improve upon it so that you can perfect your recitation of the grant. Right now there's four levels, and that means for different

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semesters, but that doesn't mean that you are have to complete all the semesters to complete the program. Depending on the assessment that you take. When you enter the program, which will be done through the crown evolution app, you get a login detail, as soon as you register and then do your assessment, then you will be placed into an A level and you'll be marked based based on the different elements of your resuscitation. Level one focuses on the basics. So like identifying letters, sounds, etc. We have a lot of like a man was somebody mentioned in the past like revert students or students who don't have much experience with the Arabic language at all who start off at

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level one. Level two works on basic that read like rules and a level three focuses on advanced like rhythm level four is more on flow. So slowly, slowly we build up we make sure your foundation is really strong. If anyone works out or you guys are going to the gym, you know that you have to have a solid foundation before you start packing on muscle and you start doing big things, because otherwise everything else that you put a pile on top is gonna go on a weak core and then it's gonna crumble. So that's the focus of CQRS is start where you're at and slowly and gradually perfect your voice so you find your own best Quranic voice, you don't sound like someone else you don't sound

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like a recite or you don't sound like some miracles, you know, you sound like yourself in the best way possible. Each level takes about four months or one semester to complete. And this is why we've been mentioning that the semester is now open for an evolution so everyone does it together, but they have different levels based on their re citation level. And you can finish on revolution and I was on I think like if you based on where you start maybe within eight months, maybe within a year and change 16 months depending on where you come into the program. Then you can graduate to year two which is a full year commitment. Then that's That's again if you're going to advanced you're going

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to memorization and other things as well. That's where you go into here to a lot more detail. I think I covered the essentials. You have weekly submissions you got time with them Amazon every week, but the way that you do if all of you want to recite, recite, recite Masha Allah, which is good thing that you want to be connected to the Quran. If you want three citation, you want feedback, you do it through the ground revolution app, and you get really helpful really detailed feedback on your citation levels through some of the TAs that you met yesterday. And today. And Hamdulillah you have a very strong team of people who specialized in every citation of the Quran,

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and they will give you that feedback in sha Allah. I think we covered most of it. There's more I know, there's just so much to the program. There's so much I have no there's a really big active community of people who are going through this experience with you. And it's so helpful to be attached to that I know, I myself started learning her and like with a Skype instructor overseas, you know, once a week and stuff like that, and that was a beneficial experience. But I felt very isolated. I was alone in my little den, trying to like you know, to keep my camera off and just like trying to get through it every week. And I feel like this community is really helpful especially

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because you have that connection every week. And mine was um, was there anything that I missed that you want to make sure we highlight before we go? No, if there's a better program out there, please go find it and join it. But till then, the best program I know in the world is grant revenue

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session with summon Abdulghani Amin ihrem Dhanesh bark lofi come from Abdulghani in Pakistan of their man wood Dhanesh SR ihrem Afia le. Alicia and family Alia Anon, each one of you from around the world Jazak Allahu Fado for joining us as salaam aleikum, wa Rahmatullah. I will see some of you on the inside. And for the rest of you, we will continue providing new content on Grand revolutions YouTube channel was thrombotic marked along with Allahu abetik Who just like Monica Imam was Sam for leading this journey and for Masha Allah being patient with us for the last 10 days I know it's hard when you're fasting, you're belting out the Quran and you're trying to manage and make a bunch of

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people happy, right like except for me and make it easy for you and and bless your heart and journey and make us you know sources of reward for you when they do day of judgment and menial but enemy like the shifts that please make sure that you do continue your journey no matter what you do wherever you go grind revolution is the best platform that we've gotten from glad to meet everyone's needs. But wherever you are, don't stop especially because Ramadan Don't let that happen in sha Allah, it's been a pleasure to take this journey with you Inshallah, we'll be back next year next Ramadan hopefully inshallah with the Grand Challenge. In the meantime, keep up with us on social

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media keep up with us on Youtube during the experience if you're able to inshallah if you have any questions any concerns reach out to us we're always there for you in sha Allah and keep us in your the eyes please in sha Allah we desperately leave me them especially in these last 10 nights and yes I did recite I got out of it. You have to join QR I guess to get you to recite the shuttle

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which is like Good luck everyone. And if you want to keep up with us with QR to keep up on YouTube, if you ever want to follow myself just a little shameless plug I have a little tiny little social media channel on YouTube called the hijabi Nomad I haven't posted in a while but inshallah I have a lot of content coming up post Ramadan so you can keep up with me there in Shell. All right, take care everyone, Stay happy, stay blessed inshallah. We'll see very soon for now. Take care Salaam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh