Are you doing justice with your child and their relationship with the Quran?
Is your child missing out on growing up with the wisdom from the words of Allah echoing in their hearts?
Are we teaching them to look at Quran as a source of guidance, strength, and comfort?
or (my heart sinks as I write this)
Are we TRAINING them as they grow, day after day... to look at Quran....as a set of words they "have to" read, which hold no meaning for them?
Are we training them, day after day, to go to their salah and recite, unable to have any reflection on the words they recite?
Is it any surprise then that when these children grow up, they never turn to the Quran, and they never even being to connect with Islam, as they see no or little meaning in it?
How can we let this happen to our children?
Allah (swt) revealed the Quran so we could understand and benefit from its message, so we can draw strength and seek guidance from it.
Aren't your children trying to tell you something every time they resist reading the Quran? Are they telling you, "Mom, I need something else, I need to KNOW what Allah is saying to me...Are you listening?"
Finally, this course will reveal the powerful message of the Quran to your children in a way that does not underestimate the intelligence of your child, but rather challenges them and inspires them to take action.
Today we are worried about an epidemic, but there is a far greater epidemic affecting your next generations, and that is the lack of their connection with the Quran...a weakness is rapidly growing in them.
Most of them merely recite it with no or little understanding of the power of the word of Allah(swt).
You may think, "Well this is what my parents did, and I turned out okay."
But in the words of Ali Ibn Abu Talib... "Teach your children for their generation, for they were created for a different time than yours."
The temptations, that your child will today face are greater than yours.
Practicing the deen today and staying on the right path is far harder for them today than it was for many of us...
If we want them to face those challenges, can we really just keep giving the same low level of education?
Moreover, their level of education at this age, their intellect, may also be far greater than ours was at this age. :)
Can we really expect them to learn in the same way?
There is a growing epidemic in our ummah, and we need to cure it.
You cannot let your child be weakened because of it
You cannot let this happen to them.
"Read now, understand later"
Many parents believe "they can read now, understand later."
THIS IS WRONG. JUST WRONG.
As their character is shaping, what is it that their soul needs more....wisdom from the words of Allah or the ability to blindly read it?
If you want them to pray regularly, with khushu, what do they do.. understanding what they are reciting... or reciting without understanding.. is it a surprise then that they can't focus during their salah?
Allah(swt) blessed you to be a Muslim and know the guidance of the Quran.
Then how can you deny your child the opportunity to grow up knowing the word of Allah?
Finally, you have the opportunity to give your child what they need!
Many parents really want their children to understand the Quran but can't find the teachers to give this knowledge to their children, but now Alhamdulillah Allah(swt) has brought you here. Now you have NO excuse! Give this nourishment to your children, the nourishment their soul desperately needs, especially in these challenging times.