What is your contribution? You have the Quran saying “Read in the name of your Lord,” you have to read and read many books, but we are not doing that. So we want superficial commitment to our religion. This is heavy.
Finding an activity you can take part in once or twice a week, or however often is feasible for you, that is purely something you enjoy doing and want to be part of is key to breaking boredom. As a child, many of us have hobbies. However, as adult life takes over…
When the Quran is being recited and/or explained, do you want to immediately quell all other noises, distractions, and activities to listen in, attentively and keenly? Or do you start feeling panicked and cornered, or bored, frantically wanting to change the topic…
The ultimate goal of every Muslim should be to become a “walking Qur’an” just as the Prophet Muhammad was, that is to say, that he should personify in his overall deportment and manners the Qur’anic worldview, values and teachings.
Islam is a way of life, and it helps us understand our purpose in life, and draw us closer to our Creator.
Read,” the first revealed Divine Command, implies more than an exhortation or an obligation but is, rather, interwoven into the fabric and structure of the message itself.