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بِسْمِ اللَّ الرَّحْمَـنِ الرَّحِيمِ

Assalaamu ‘alaykum wa Rahmatullah

 

It’s not often that you come across a precise plan of action on how to achieve your ultimate hifdh goals with a realistic, step-by-step process.

So you can well imagine how excited I was to discover Believuh Group’s Hifdh Race initiative: a practical 4-tiered strategy coupled with motivation, goal orientation, and accountability. 

To find out more on how you can be a part of this project, click here

 

All the best! Look forward to receiving your feedback & as always, your successes:) 

 

Do you have any hifdh-related questions? Mail them to : rayhaanah@gmail.com 
 
Stay Inspired!
 
Rayhaanah

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Assalaamu ‘alaykum wa Rahmatullah

 

Cape Town Youngster Wins Gold in International Quran Memorization Competition in Makkah (By: Faizel Patel)  :

http://www.radioislam.org.za/a/index.php/latest-news/14315-cape-town-youngster-win-gold-at-annual-abdul-aziz-international-quran-memorization-competition-in-makkah.html

 

 

Do you have any hifdh-related questions? Mail them to : rayhaanah@gmail.com 
 
Stay Inspired!
 
Rayhaanah

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Assalaamu ‘alaykum wa Rahmatullah

 

Do you have any hifdh-related questions? Mail them to : rayhaanah@gmail.com 
Stay Inspired!
Rayhaanah

بِسْمِ اللَّ الرَّحْمَـنِ الرَّحِيمِ

 

Assalaamu ‘alaykum wa Rahmatullah  

 

Q: Assalaamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakaatuh.. I started hifdh this year alhamdulilah through the grace and mercy of Allah SWT.. I completed one and a half juz from the front.. But now I’m thinking of stopping.. Its just really hard I’ll learn from like 5 in the morning till 7 and I still don’t know the page properly.. So I was wondering if Haafidha Rayhaana could give me some tips or advice.. I’d really appreciate it a lot jazakallah.. Sister A  

 

 

 A: 
mashaAllah on your hifdh journey! you’ve made great progress thus far, alHumdulillah:)
My suggestions:
-Decrease the amount learnt each day , this will give you more time to learn less with better quality. The focus of hifdhul Qur’aan should always be quality rather than quantity.
-Take 5 minute breaks every 40 minutes of learning, this way you will better absorb what you are learning and not feel mentally exhausted.
-Reduce time spent in learning new hifdh and increase time spent in daily revision of older hifdh.
-Ensure that you are attending a hifdh class or private lessons, so that a teacher may mentor and chart your progress.
-Consider first memorising the masnoon surahs, eg.: yaaseen, mulk, waaqiah, sajdah, jumuah, dukhaan, kahf, before building up to longer surahs. Memorising the shorted surahs provides more motivation in the initial stages of memorising.
For more inspiration and resources, please peruse this blog’s extensive archives.
stay inspired, keep memorising! some days are easier than others, and some days are more challenging….but remember that the ultimate prize of having the Qur’aan preserved in your heart does take effort, determination, patience,  sacrifice, and du’aa :)
wslm
Do you have any hifdh-related questions? Mail them to : rayhaanah@gmail.com 
Stay Inspired!
Rayhaanah

بِسْمِ اللَّ الرَّحْمَـنِ الرَّحِيمِ

Assalaamu ‘alaykum wa Rahmatullah

 

Q:

Firstly, I find that my muraja’ah is very weak. Many times when I go to revise my daily portion it is as though I have to more or less relearn it. Is this something normal or am I doing something wrong? I do try to complete my revision in a set amount of time but at times I fall behind as I have to spend extra time working on the weaker parts. This is having an negative affect on my confidence with regards to my hifdhing ability
 
Secondly as I progress in my hifdh I am finding that I am increasingly becoming confused with ayah endings. I keep mixing them up. Is there any advice you can give in this regard.
 
JazakAllahu khayra,

Sister S

 

A: 

May Allah grant you continued ease & success with your hifdh – ameen.
 
1. To a small extent, this may be ‘normal’. However, what is important & what I am unable to ascertain via email correspondence, is the history of that hifdh. Meaning: when that hifdh was initially learnt, what was the quality of it? Alos, the pace at which you’re reciting is important – it should neither be too fast or too slow. And, depending on how much you are revising daily, you may need to increase the amount of revision, so that a cycle of revision is completed a little sooner, so that it’s easier to retain the hifdh.
 
in shaa Allah, this will be of benefit to you:)
 
Do you have any hifdh-related questions? Mail them to : rayhaanah@gmail.com 

Stay Inspired!

 

Rayhaanah

بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَـنِ الرَّحِيمِ

Assalaamu ‘alaykum wa Rahmatullah

 

I recently came across an article that for me, was simply awe-inspiring ! It was  insightful too, in terms of providing a more defined understanding of how tahfeedhul Qur’aan can and does benefit both the emotional and physical health.

Click here to read the moving story of one CP child & his parents’ love for Qur’aan , mashaAllah!

 

Stay Inspired!

Rayhaanah

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