Our Quran Journey is five women on a spiritual journey with Islam, exploring the sacred verses of the Holy Quran through Quran tagging, Quran Journaling and Tadabbur.
Why do this?
We’re wives, mothers and career women. We understand how the busyness of life can just overshadow our connection with Allah. Through talking to fellow women, we found that many of our peers were in the same predicament – wanting to increase their faith yet not knowing where to begin.
But we believe it’s never too late to start.
By doing something we enjoy – reading, being creative with our hands, or simply talking to friends – we get to learn about Islam at the same time.
So join us and learn something new!
- Whenever we think of rizq (provision) in having children, we often think of monetary provision. We all know that rizq in having children can come in many forms. In this episode, we share our thoughts on having and raising children.
- The Quran tells us that the only true way to happiness in our lives is to follow the Deen, and it is much better than the wealth and luxuries of this world. How do we balance our pursuit of happiness on Earth and the hereafter? In this episode, we discuss our experiences and struggles with trying to find contentment.
- Throughout his life, Prophet Muhammad SAW treated his wives the way they should be treated. They were gratified by his presence, tenderness, affection, and the love he provided to them was second to none. In this episode, we discuss how we can emulate Rasulullah SAW's approach to his marriage and spouses.
- Stressful or physically demanding work on top of juggling family life can lead to fatigue. However, getting tired by searching for sustenance for your family or for the sake of the hereafter is one of the types of fatigue that Allah SWT loves. In this episode, we discuss our work habits and how to overcome the feeling of weariness over our jobs.
Throughout his life, Prophet Muhammad SAW treated his wives the way they should be treated. Find out how Rasulullah SAW honoured the women in his life.
I’m not saying this book is the answer to my problems. But it sure did gave me the push I needed to start purifying my heart.
Sometimes we may feel tired and unmotivated to seek knowledge. But Allah SWT promises us of a great reward while enduring these difficulties.
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