“Don’t think of it as the month of fasting, think of it as the month of Qur’an.”
And so my perspective changed tremendously thenceforth after watching NAK’s lecture on Ramadhan a year ago.
This year, I am embarking on a self-imposed 30-day reading challenge, a de-tech and detach from social media challenge, & some personal goals that shall remain privy to Him. And this year, Bayyinah TV does their Ramadhan special a bit differently – they are serving NAK’s concise commentaries on Juz Amma everyday for 30 days exclusive to subscribers only. So if you’re not on the bandwagon yet I say go jump on it now insyaAllah! Also, Yaqeen Institute has its Faith Revival Series by Shaykh Omar Suleiman, and you can simply subcribe to Yaqeen Institute’s Youtube channel to watch it daily. If you know of any other beneficial programmes available online, do let me know in the comments.
I have also recently downloaded the Ramadhan planner from The Organized Muslimah and I must say it’s pretty nifty and mighty useful. There are goal setting charts, a list of virtues of Ramadhan, du’as, salah charts, meal planning charts, calendars, eid checklist and even a grocery list. It’s free and user-friendly so I hope it will be as beneficial for you as it has been for me too. May we have a productive one in bettering ourselves and always struggling the blessed struggle through this beautiful month of Qur’an. Ramadhan mubarak!
Ramadhan is here
knocking on your doors of change;
will you now respond?
5 thoughts on “The Month of Qur’an”
if you love deep insights of the Qur’an, I highly recommend you listen to Sheikh Moutasem Al Hameedy. He has good explanations of certain chapters of the Qur’an. You can find him here: https://www.youtube.com/user/AbuHurairaCenter
Jzk! Ramadhan kareem & may Allah accept our deeds
Jazakillahu khair for sharing about Yaqeen Institute’s series. Didn’t know.
Wa anti fajazakillah khayr! May it benefit
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