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Khudaija Nagaria

A teacher by profession, an MBA by degree, and a student of religion, Khudaija. A. Nagaria has found refuge and happiness in writing, using her passion to serve Islam. As a freelancer, she writes for different magazines and forums. So far her articles and poems have been published in Dawn Magazine, Hiba Magazine, Aailaa Magazine, and Young Muslimah Magazine, and websites such as Moments of Perfect Clarity, and Muslim Moms. Khudaija has also served as a writer, contributing editor, and marketing manager for Muslimaat Magazine, and is an active member of Muslimah Writers Alliance (MWA). She prays for her writings to be a means of Sadaqa-e-Jariyah for her deceased parents.

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ladderofsuccessMy Quran Reflections Journal – 7
Gems from Taleem ul-Quran 2015

Day 13 Reflection
(Al-Baqarah 2:63-73)

Today we studied in depth meaning of the beautiful, short and concise Dua of prophet Musa (as), which reached us through verse 67 of this Surah: “Aoodhu billahi an akoona min al-jahileen” (“I take Allah’s refuge from being among Al-Jahilin (the ignorant or the foolish”).

This Dua gave me goose bumps, Subhan’Allah! How Jahil was I thus far? And how ignorant can one act even after acquiring all the knowledge that is in the Quran!

One needs to look beyond the dire need of reciting the Quran, reading its translation, understanding its explanation, beautifying one’s recitation of it and finally implementing its teachings in one’s life, Bi Izn Allah (by Allah’s permission), only because one is born a Muslim. In fact, this Quran will be a source of our upgrading in the Akhirah, Insha’Allah.

Let’s resolve to provide ourselves with the spiritual nourishment, which is absolutely vital to our existence and essential for the contentment and health of our heart, soul and our bodies as well.

May Allah (swt) make us from the people of the Book and protect us from being Jahilin (the ignorant ones). Ameen.

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