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Revelation | archieve

Published by One Muslim under , on Monday, February 09, 2009

Day by day, Muslim around the world read the Qur'an, and even kids are taught so well in pronouncing the words in qur'an. I also knew the history about the struggle and effort done by the past person in compiling the qur'an. Its no effort of ordinary people, and its no words of poets we are familiar with. However its true that I am exactly did not know the qur'an very well. I am an ordinary muslim, and am I too ordinary that brings me to always re-read the qur'an but still did never understand the meaning behind? I am no arabic language scholar and so I have clear reason why I read the qur'an but still did not get it deeply. But Is this true? Or I am exactly just leave those effort to understand only to imams, other muslims who much clever than me?

Here I am, sitting, looking towards one dream that is hard to archieve. I want to be able to 'understand the koran' verse by verse, sura by sura. Its such a waste effort done by the past intellects or scholars if majority of my fellow muslim did not understand the koran. Its such a waste for me myself if I die without understand the Koran. Qur'an is the words of God that been promised its validity till the day of judgement, thus its worth it to spare the time. 

The Qur'an revealed to Prophet Muhammad from 610-632 AC. The first five verses revealed are: (1) Read in the name of your Lord, Who created. (2) Created man out of a clot that clings (in the womb). (3) Read and your Lord is the Most Bountiful. (4) Who taught by the pen. (5) Taught man that which he knew not.

I name this as Revelation, hence here you can expect 144 items post published and all the links could be found below as an arhieve list:

001 | The Opening  (...143 archieves yet to go)
Although my reference is the words of God,
although my references are valid,
I am no perfect.
I beg an apology if there are errors found
in my way of processing those sacret words,
or any mislead understanding on the way down.


The slave of Allah said... @ February 10, 2009 at 10:06 AM

Keep're doing a fantastic job may Allah reward you.

Your words are coming from your hearts..that is why i felt it too. :)

Anonymous said... @ February 10, 2009 at 11:08 AM

Alhamdulillah, I am now 'automatically' have some time in between my daytime for my own religion. Thanks for your support by commenting here, and MashaAllah, thanks again for displaying my blog updates on your blog sidebar, how do you do that exactly? Looking forward for your blog updates as well.

حنـــــــ وردهـ ـــــــــــــــــان said... @ February 16, 2009 at 12:55 AM

ما شاء الله good job & nice blog

One Muslim said... @ February 16, 2009 at 4:45 AM

Alhamdulillah, I am happy to have a reader like you حنـــــــ وردهـ ـــــــــــــــــان, can spend some time reading and say hi by commenting.

Jeanine said... @ February 17, 2009 at 6:59 PM

It sounds like you have a big task ahead. By the way, I love the picture of the trees and light on your blog. It's beautiful.

One Muslim said... @ February 17, 2009 at 10:59 PM

:) Yes, its the light for someone like me, who are always obsolete, afraid to be under the light. Till now, I am still hiding.

Muhammad Saidali Unda bin Hadji Abdul Malic said... @ January 15, 2010 at 9:54 PM

Assalmu 'Alaikum ya akhey,

I find your blogs full of thoughts that Muslims and non-Muslims alike could learn from.

May ALLAH bless you and your family.

Keep it up...

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