“This year is going to be different,” I told myself.
It was going to be the month where I finally connect with the Quran, I spend more time with my family, and maybe, just maybe, I lose some weight. So I walked into the packed masjid full of anticipation…
Here’s the play by play:
9:45 pm “Salat ul Isha is going well.”
10:00 pm “Let’s start Taraweeh”
10:10 pm “Hmm…should my hands be on my chest or a bit lower? Is there a difference of opinion about that?”
10:15 pm “That’s an interesting design in the carpet…is that a face? nah…”
10:20 pm “This guys recitation is good! I really wish I would have studied some Arabic so I could enjoy this more”
10:25 pm “Ok, my feet are beginning to hurt AND I have busy day at work tomorrow. I should leave after 4 rakats”
Imagine now if you could stand in Taraweeh and *BE ENGAGED with the recitation of the Quran…
How would you do that?
Well, you need to prepare for each nights recitation. Just go through some books and study the themes, stories and some key identifying Arabic phrases (even if you don’t know Arabic) in that particular nights recitation of the Quran.
Just a couple of hours of study every night. But who has time for that? Here is what you DO have time for, inshaAllah:
Taraweeh Enhanced: 30 - 60 minutes of audio….covering the themes, stories, lessons and key identifying Arabic phrases for every night’s recitation.
*(try Taraweeh Enhanced for two weeks. If you don't benefit, return it for a FULL REFUND. In other words, you have nothing to lose!)