The 36th chapter of the Quran is entitled Ya Sin. It is named after the first two letters of the chapter which are “ya” and “sin” (pronounced seen). Thus it cannot be translation into English and is always left untranslated.
Having assured the Prophet of this munificent gift, which disproves what the calumniators and wicked schemers say, God directs the Prophet to be completely and sincerely thankful to Him for His bounty. He is to devote himself to Him alone in worship…
It’s a major task to read the entire Quran, but who doesn’t know the short chapters? Did you ever contemplate your reward if you read them over and over again? Recite them standing, sitting, lying down, doing work, tending the children, while shopping, etc., and gain the same reward of reciting any other chapter and more!
Among the chapters that the Prophet would recite during Jumuah, one was chapter Ghaashiyah. However, why would the Prophet recite it so frequently? What does the chapter remind us of that makes the Prophet love it so much?
The Muslims have gone through a lot in these four years and one of the problems they’ve experienced is that overall becoming a problem in motivation. The iman is not what it used to be. And Allah notices that there are some weak elements in the Muslim community.
Many times when we’re depressed we think: Is this all my life is going to be? Is it never going to get better? This verse serves as a perfect answer to those questions, reminding us that life in this world is temporary and that Aakhira is certainly a better…
I continued my soul search. I really wanted to find something for my soul, for my heart, to be satisfied with my religion. I was looking into different religions, to try something, to find something which is very close to me, to my heart, and to my soul.