Being patient does not mean suffering in silence. Being patient means that what ever happens, you do not lose the connection between you and Allah. He is your lifeline at those times when you don’t know who out of the people you can turn to. Allah will make a way out for you and this will be done when the time is right.
“For indeed, with hardship there’s ease. Indeed, with hardship there’s ease.” [al-Sharh: 5-6]
Make Quran your constant companion; the more you sit with it, the more it honours you, gives you its secrets and elevates your status.
This world is designed to distract you and the Quran is designed to remind you.
Ibn al-Qayyim said : “If your heart is thirsty, then do not quench it except with the Quran, and if your heart feels empty then do not fill it up except with the remembrance of Allah.”
Just remember there’s always barakah when you recite the Quran. Try to make an effort this season to build a connection with the Quran by reciting it whenever you can, even if it’s a line or two, read something everyday. This way, you’ll be able to do more during Ramadan.
كل الأشياء إن تركتها تذبل إلا القرآن إن تركته ذبلت “Everything you neglect will deteriorate except the Quran: If you neglecting it, it is you who deteriorates.”