The Rules of Recitation: Why Every Muslim Should Know Them


Did you know that there are certain rules of recitation in Islam? If so, did you know that these rules have been around since the time of the Prophet Muhammad and are not just something invent recently? Furthermore, did you know that it’s one of the duties of every Muslim to learn these rules and recite their Qur’an according to these rules, even if they can do so with only a few words at first? Let’s find out what these rules are and why they matter!


The 10 things to know before starting a diet

If you’re about to start a diet, here are 10 things to keep in mind before you start.

1) Make sure your body is healthy enough for a diet. It’s not worth it if you have high blood pressure or sugar diabetes and the list goes on. If your doctor says it’s okay, then proceed with caution. 2) Don’t starve yourself; eat light and healthy snacks during the day. You’ll feel better and less hungry as the day progresses. 3) Don’t be afraid to fail because after all, no one makes it through every diet without slipping up now and then.

It’s OK to fail

I fail my classes in college. I fail to make it as a professional athlete. I even fail at being a good parent sometimes. But none of these failures are so bad, because they’ve made me who I am today and have given me the opportunity to try again, do better, and be more resilient in the face of adversity.

Eating healthy saves money

Eating healthy is important not just for one’s health, but also because it can save money. One study found that people who eat fast food three times a week spend an average of $200 more per month on groceries than those who do not. The study also found that fast food eaters spend about $1,800 more on groceries in a year than those who do not eat fast food at all. If you don’t have the money to buy healthier foods, it might be time to cut back on your eating out budget or consider other ways to save money such as cutting cable TV and phone service or refinancing your mortgage with a lower interest rate.

Making small changes has a big impact

One small change can have a big impact on your tajweed. And it’s easy to do. Makharij-Ul-Huroof Sifaat-Ul-Huruf Noon (The Noon Sakinah And Tanween) Meem (The Meem Sakinah) Muddud Laam(Qamariyya And Shamsiyya) Thickness And Thinness (Tafkhim And Tarqeeq).

Learn how to recite the Quran and make the small changes to your tajweed. These small changes will make a big difference in your recitation of the Quran.

You feel the changes immediately

Reciting prayers with Tajweed is the best way to feel closer to Allah and know what he is saying to you. In order for your prayers to be accept, it is important that you recite them correctly. There are many rules and symbols that can be found in Arabic language, which can make it difficult to learn how to read the Quran correctly if you don’t have a teacher or any guidance. However, with some practice and patience, anyone will be able to read the Quran without mistakes.

Healthy diets include adding not just subtracting

A healthy diet isn’t just about what you take out, but also what you add in. It’s important to include things like vegetables and fruits, whole grains, low-fat dairy products, and lean proteins in your diet. These types of foods provide energy, vitamins, minerals and fiber while still keeping calories low. If you need help with planning or shopping for a healthy diet, talk to your doctor or a nutritionist. There are also many great cookbooks and websites that can offer guidance for making nutritious choices.

Food is fuel

If you’re one of the many Muslims who are fasting during Ramadan, it’s important to know how food is affecting your body. Different foods have different effects on your body and it’s important to know what they are if you want to be healthy during this month. A common misconception is that eating a lot will make you feel better because you’re giving your body energy; but in reality, eating too much can lead to indigestion and other health problems. The best thing to do is eat small meals often so that your stomach doesn’t growl as much and then wait a while before eating again. It may take time for your stomach to adjust, but it’s worth the effort!

Pay attention to emotional changes

Reciting the Qur’an is an act of worship and carries many blessings. But if you don’t know the rules for recitation, then you may be missing out on some of those blessings. What are these rules? Makharij-Ul-Huroof Sifaat-Ul-Huruf Noon (The Noon Sakinah And Tanween) Meem (The Meem Sakinah) Muddud Laam(Qamariyya And Shamsiyya) Thickness And Thinness (Tafkhim And Tarqeeq). This blog post will cover these rules in detail, from what they are to how you can use them to gain more blessings in your life.