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!
- The OQJ team discusses our Ramadhan preparation and reflect on overcoming our struggles as we settle into a new routine in this beautiful month of Ramadhan.
- Remarkable women have done remarkable things in every part of the world in every time in history. One such woman, revered by billions, is Khadijah bint Khuwaylid (Khadijah, daughter of Khuwaylid), born in Mekka in 555 CE. In this episode, we share how she inspires us.
- The OQJ team discusses ways to take care of ourselves and seeking help for mental health – our experience in being overwhelmed, tired and confused, and turning to Allah to find hope and peace.
- The OQJ team reflects on our hijrah journey – our unique individual experiences and lessons we learnt along the way.
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