My Plan To Arabic Fluency


Assalam alaikum everyone,

people ask me when they hear me speak Arabic after an intepreting session how I learned it.

It’s pretty simple. Just follow the process below.

Set a goal 

There’s a saying aim for nothing and you’ll hit it every time.

A lot of students want to learn Arabic but they don’t set a goal.

They rely too much on the teacher.

Before I started learning Arabic I set a goal to read write speak Arabic fluently. You can’t hit a target that you can’t see.

Make a plan

Once I set the goal on a plain piece of paper I wrote down how I’m gonna achieve it.

This was a plan of steps I need to take in order to achieve my goal.

Whilst abroad a lot of students don’t have these two vital components to their Arabic education. A goal and a plan. This is one of the…

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Is He not sufficient for His slave?

☆Qur’anic Gems☆
“Is not Allah sufficient for His slave?” (Q39:36)

This is a verse that is so special to me.
This was revealed in regards to the idolators of makkah who tried to scare the Messenger (saw) with the gods and idols that they called upon.

In our time, it is not other gods or idols that scare us. It is not them that scare us away from holding onto to the deen of Allah. It is mainy people. We fear been rejected, or denied what we really want, or been ridiculed, if we do what Allah (swt)  commands. While He (swt) Has said:
“Is not Allah sufficient for His slave?”

Allah will be enough for us, He will suffice us, and protect us, just as He (swt) did to his messenger (saw), so RELY on Him. Next time shaitan or our nafs tries to prevent us from doing what Allah loves, call to mind this verse, and in shaa Allah, you will receive instant motivation.

May Allah (swt) grant us more understanding of the Qur’an, ameen.