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  • MWarrior
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    Originally posted by Hamnah View Post
    Can understand, but saffaat and sad have been two of the easiest surahs to memorise walhamdulillah.
    I was referring to the later stage ... a few years etc after you've memorised it. A surah with short verses become a bit more tricky (IMO).

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  • Jenicca
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    Ameen.

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  • Hamnah
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    Originally posted by Excuse_me View Post
    I really hate being inconsistent with memorizing the Quran. For instance for a few weeks I will hit it hard but something will come up which messes up my schedule and then it results in me putting of my hifz for a few weeks.

    anyone else like this?
    Goes without saying, personally I can't do it on my own without the guidance of my teachers. You need set classes and teacher/s that will encourage you, set your homework, revision, correction of makhaarij etc..

    These are just some ideas,

    1) Do you study? If so, how much do you need to put into your studying? If you can finish off all your work by a certain time outside of classes and stuff, then you will have time.
    2) Try hard to stick your schedule, if your plates becoming too full, you need to take off a few things. Not completely, but slow it down, you're better off memorising at a slower pace than doing so much and then leaving it for months.
    3) Do you have responsibilities? If you do, sort it out, example, I have an appointment today, so I have to have everything done before that. I have to. Drill that into your head, your Qur'an you MUST fit it in. Housework, helping your mum and dad, you can do all of this, but only if you work round a set schedule.
    4) Friends and family? I'm not saying become a recluse, spend some time with them, then move away and do your stuff what needs doing. You gotta have a social life, but organise them meetings where it's not in the way of your Qur'an.

    Most importantly - Be positive and have tawakkul in Allah. Try hard you know, and things will become easy. These are a few things that I work by. I do slip up, like today I woke up later than I should have, I was already late for my revision, but I made sure I put in that time I had wasted sleeping. :/

    Don't feel overwhelmed, be calm. You'd be surprised. ;)

    May Allah place barakah in your time, and in ours, may Allah make it easy for us and give us ikhlaas, ameen ya rabbal aalameen.
    Last edited by Hamnah; 31-05-12, 10:52 AM.

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  • Illuminati
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    What a excellent thread mashallah

    Heres my story http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthrea...t=#post4698710

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  • faatima18
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    Originally posted by Excuse_me View Post
    I really hate being inconsistent with memorizing the Quran. For instance for a few weeks I will hit it hard but something will come up which messes up my schedule and then it results in me putting of my hifz for a few weeks.

    anyone else like this?
    ...
    Last edited by faatima18; 05-05-14, 08:19 AM.

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  • Fuaadh
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    Originally posted by AhlulQuran88 View Post
    The moment you decide you want to do hifdh you will either do it or you will not. No one can help you with having determination that is something you have to find in yourself. I learned that the hardway. If your putting your hifdh of you have only yourself to blame. Hifdh needs dedication for a number of months it needs time and effort.

    if you have that drive and motivation you will find yourself being a hafidh in no time if you dont you will look back 2-3 years from now and think what happened .
    As my shaykhs says facebook happened lol
    This is just the pure truth.

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  • AhlulQuran88
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    Originally posted by Excuse_me View Post
    I really hate being inconsistent with memorizing the Quran. For instance for a few weeks I will hit it hard but something will come up which messes up my schedule and then it results in me putting of my hifz for a few weeks.

    anyone else like this?
    The moment you decide you want to do hifdh you will either do it or you will not. No one can help you with having determination that is something you have to find in yourself. I learned that the hardway. If your putting your hifdh of you have only yourself to blame. Hifdh needs dedication for a number of months it needs time and effort.

    if you have that drive and motivation you will find yourself being a hafidh in no time if you dont you will look back 2-3 years from now and think what happened .
    As my shaykhs says facebook happened lol

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  • Fuaadh
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    Originally posted by Hamnah View Post
    It's not my story. But it's a story from an institute that I get emails from. I found it really inspiring.

    Ladies should check it out: http://moderationinstitute.com

    If you can afford it, don't miss the chance. :)
    SubhanAllah that gave me a really big boost, really need to start memorising more pages per day after I finish these stupid exams -.-

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  • Excuse_me
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    I really hate being inconsistent with memorizing the Quran. For instance for a few weeks I will hit it hard but something will come up which messes up my schedule and then it results in me putting of my hifz for a few weeks.

    anyone else like this?

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  • Hamnah
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    It's not my story. But it's a story from an institute that I get emails from. I found it really inspiring.

    Ladies should check it out: http://moderationinstitute.com

    If you can afford it, don't miss the chance. :)

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  • the_middle_road
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    Teen girl dies soon after memorising Quran

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  • the_middle_road
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    A Blessed Hifdh Journey

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  • the_middle_road
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    A Qur'aanic Odyssey

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  • the_middle_road
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    :start:

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    I walked through the streets of the Old City as I made my way to Masjidal Aqsa to perform the dawn prayer. Despite the cold breeze and stony glares from the Israeli soldiers, the atmosphere was quite serene. After the prayer, I commenced with the memorisation of my last few pages of sabaq (lesson).

    A wave of lethargy washed over me as I struggled to retain the one page which I had memorised just minutes ago. After fighting back the urge to take a short nap, I eventually took the bait.

    I awoke to the sound of elated Palestinians scurrying through the lively streets of Jerusalem, determined to reach the Haram before Jumu’ah.

    I sat in Al-Aqsa after Jumu’ah and continued learning my sabaq. Fortunately, I succeeded in retaining the previous sabaq as well as learning a new page. I took a break and went for a walk with my mum. As I walked through the gullies, I felt my heart swell with love for this blessed land. I yearned for the day that this land would be liberated and returned to its rightful owners, Inshaa-Allah.

    The aroma of freshly prepared falafel sandwiches made it difficult for us to resist. We munched on our sandwiches as we walked through the city, foraging for sweet and date shops. We purchased dates and traditional Palestinian sweets to take to the Haram and distribute after my completion.

    I returned to the Haram and learnt the remaining ayaat of my sabaq. My eyes swelled with tears as memories filled my mind. I clearly recalled the first day I commenced my journey of hifdh. I realised that in a short period of time I will be a “Haafidha”, and the thought struck me: “Was I ready to live up to this honourable title of a ‘Haafidha’?”

    My family and I, together with the Palestinian sisters, formed a circle in the Haram. I tried to calm the butterflies in my stomach as everyone settled down.

    The tears cascaded uncontrollably as I recited my last sabaq to my father: Tears of sorrow because I was leaving this beautiful land the next day and did not know if I would ever come back again; Tears of joy as I realised how fortunate I was and how much of gratitude I owe to Allah.

    For the past ten years of my life, I have yearned and prayed for the day in which I am able to recite from any chapter in the Qur’aan from memory. Alhamdulillah, today I have reached this milestone.

    By Haafithah Aishah Vawda

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  • Hamnah
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    Originally posted by Abdullah Fatih View Post
    I definately agree with you on saffat. Short ayaats get me the most.
    Originally posted by MWarrior View Post
    I find Surah Saad and Saaffaat tricky and the thing which helps is repetition and practice. Plus listening to recitation continuously etc.
    Can understand, but saffaat and sad have been two of the easiest surahs to memorise walhamdulillah.

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