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Most of the Muslims wrongly believe that only by keeping and learning to read Holy Quran, they can fulfil their religious responsibilities and duties. The basic theme of The Holy Quran is embedded in recognizing and acting upon its Ayats (verses) in an appropriate manner. How can a person complete its faith by just believing in Islamic lessons and teachings, but using them in the wrong manner? It means that a person has not completely interpreted the meaning of wordings of Quran, e.g. those Muslims who are joining so called Islamic forces like Talibans etc. in the name of Jihad, and who actually kill innocents and acting as tyrants, that only shows that they do not have a complete knowledge of Islam.

Now, talking about Holy Quran, and its life changing Ayats (verses), common belief is that the a person who learns it by heart will enter Jannah (paradise) along with its parents, while the exact meaning of it this Hadith is that the Hafiz (learner) of Holy Quran should act upon its lessons. ALLAH Almighty has blessed Muslims with golden pearls in the form of Holy Quran’s verses, so that we could get enlightenment and guidance from them, and transform our lives according to Islamic teaching in the best way. Following are few of the many messages of the Holy Quran, through which we can seek wisdom and understanding.

  • Avoiding unclear matters

“A little knowledge is hazardous” is a famous expression that compels a person not to indulge in things and acts which it has insufficient understanding of, because sooner or later, the condition would turn dangerous for that person. Islam also forbids Muslims from such issues that are not clear to us. The Gracious ALLAH has warned us about this matter in the verse 17:36 of Holy Quran

“And do not pursue that of which you have no knowledge. Indeed, the hearing, the sight and the heart – about all those [one] will be questioned.”

This is what we must keep in mind before discussing about matters in our Deen (religion), before totally understanding about them. On a general note, we ought to also avoid going towards unsure affairs like Gambling that is prohibited in Islam.

  • Reflecting on one’s existence

The non Muslims, especially, Atheists, who even deny the existence of ALLAH Almighty, they do not think about how we come in to this life. ALLAH clearly says in Holy Quran, verse 20:55

“From the earth, We created you, and into it We will return you, and from it, We will extract you another time.”

Science has also proved that body of human consists of many elements found in the earth soil, and as The Quran says that we are made from earth.

  • Praying for ALLAH’S consistent guidance

No matter how much abilities and knowledge one possesses, there comes a time when things begin to get tougher, and then it looks for someone’s help in this regard. Same applies to Muslim’s life, which believes in ALLAH, but often gets distracted by satanic thoughts. That is the reason why Holy Quran has repeatedly emphasized on looking for The ALLAH Almighty supervision to remain on the correct pathway.

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Performing namaz five times daily are mandatory upon all Muslims. The offering of namaz is a sign that a Muslim remembers ALLAH and worships Him throughout the day in his daily life. The five namaz are to be performed at specific times that are distributed throughout the day starting from sunrise till night, among these namaz, the Fajr prayer is the first.

Fajr is the first namaz of the day, the namaz of Fajr marks the start of the day for good and practicing Muslim and it ensures that the first and primary thing that a Muslim does after waking up is praising worshipping ALLAH Almighty, Holy Quran has also heavily emphasized on establishing Fajr prayer.

In Quran, ALLAH Almighty says, verse 17:78

“So establish the Prayer after the declining of the sun (from its zenith, for Duhr and then Asr) to the dusk of night (Maghrib and then Isha) and the (Quranic) recitation of Fajr (prayer). Indeed, the (Quranic) recitation of Fajr is witnessed.”

From the above mentioned ayah of Quran, it is clear that Fajr is given importance over the other mandatory namaz; moreover, the recitation of Holy Quran is also accompanied with Fajr namaz. Therefore, offering namaz-e-Fajr is more imperative for all Muslim.

 The Problem of waking up:

The greatest problem that every Muslim faces across the world pertaining to offering Fajr namaz is the waking up in early morning. People have tiresome routine and abrupt sleeping routines that make it hard for them to wakeup in the morning for offering the namaz on time. The lines below tells the solutions to the problem of waking up for Fajr namaz on two levels, first one is the spiritual preparations for waking up and the other one is the apparent and general preparations that a person can make to ensure waking up at the time of Fajr namaz and offer prayer on time.

 (1) Spiritual Preparation:

If a Muslim does not willing to offer Fajr namaz or he or she is not spiritually motivated to offer the namaz, then no matter how much preparations a Muslim makes, he or she can never be able to wakeup on time for offering fajr,  In this regard, following points can help you:

 Remember fajr namaz is for ALLAH

       The first spiritual thought that would help in waking up for Fajr on time is the thought that whatever you are doing is just for ALLAH Almighty. The prayers are only for ALLAH Almighty, so when it comes to waking up a person must realize that ALLAH is the only Creator, cant you sacrifice a yor sleep for Him? This will help you in preparing spiritually and mentally for waking up for fajr namaz.

 Pray To ALLAH

     The second spiritual factor that a Muslim can use for waking up on time of fajr is to pray to ALLAH and ask Him for help and support before going to sleep.

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