Many of us would have listened to our Imams reciting Qur’an during Ramadhan, perhaps we would have witnessed their voices wavering at certain verses. Many of us at that point may have made dua to Allah to give us an understanding of these words that cause the hearts to quiver. The position of the Qur’an in the life of the Muslim can not be overstated, and how much more so for the mothers of this Ummah who are the first school for their children, within whose embrace the child forms their first perceptions of the world that encompasses them. Ramadhan has now passed, but for the successful one its effects will in shaa’ Allaah remain and opportunities to develop and learn will now appear and enable us to progress, such that next year when our guest arrives at our door he will find us different, more welcoming better able to provide him with hosipitality – may Allah help us to do this…ameen.
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