Keeping a Daily Relationship with the Quran

practical tips to get you into the habit of reading the Quran on a daily basis.

Set a daily allocated time, not more than 10 minutes, to read the Quran. I say not more than 10 minutes because if you over do it (especially in the first few days), you won't come back reading the Quran again. It's a psychological quirk, don't ask me! Just simply set a daily 10 minutes a day, whether it's before/after Fajr, or during your commute, or before you sleep.

Make it a habit: You know brushing your teeth in the morning is a habit? Good, use that same concept with the Quran. It's part of your morning routine or evening routine or some form of a habit that you consistently do and you would feel incomplete and unhappy if you have not done it.

If you can read the Quran, but don't understand its meanings, start learning Arabic. If you can read the Quran, and can understand it, start memorizing. Whatever it is, make sure you attend a learning circle related to the Quran. Subhan Allah, the Quran is an endless sea of knowledge that one does not tire to explore,

so start your journey today ! :)

With love,

Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless device via Vodafone-Celcom Mobile.