I often hear students say that they’d love to study the Quran, but they just can’t find the time. So I’ve filmed a video with some tips about how to find time in your day. Check it out below!
Let me know what you think below!
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Jazakallah khairain. I wanted to add something. I began learning Arabic at a time when I was going through an emotional battle. I was being misunderstood by a family member and there was and still is no way to undo what they think. I found my Arabic studies helped me to stop thinking. At one point I felt I was suffocating between a feeling of being wronged and guilt. The only way to stop my mind from revisiting my situation was to concentrate on Arabic. It was my distraction, yet unlike other distractions ie Netflix or Social Media this distraction gave me a sense of accomplishment. I cannot thank Allah swt for introducing Arabic to me and giving me the ability to stick with it. I pray that Allah swt gives this gift to others too. Just to add you will have good and bad days, for example I have just recovered from the Covid infection, and lost 2 weeks of studying time but don’t be hard on your self. Accept your lost time and you’ll soon be back on track Insh’Allah. May Allah swt grant you Ustadah Adam the baraqah of all your hard work. Amen
Thank you for sharing your Arabic learning journey. Insha’Allah others can benefit from reading about your experience 🙂
Yes, having time for the Qur’an has to do with making it a routine just as you can’t do without eating a day and your sleep time. Choose a minimal amount of time and start with what is absolutely easy after gaining some level of consistence you can increase your activities. Make it a routine first.
Yes, that’s right. Small steps lead to big accomplishments.