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Our youth have the right to be raised as God conscious Muslims. By motivating them to devote quality time to learning the Qur'an, you will earn some reward both in this world and even after your death and so will they. And the love of Allah will be nurtured in their hearts. So, get linking the Qur'an and our youth.
The command to read came to Muhammad SAW at the prime of his life - 40 years. Nonetheless, he utilized the opportunity fully and was able to learn, grow and progress through this life changing habit. The Muslim reader can achieve the same with the right intention and corresponding actions.
Youth is the best time for striving to become like the young companions (RA) who had glowing Islamic identity and lived Islam practically in every aspect of their lives. They were engaged productively by a great model, mentor, leader and brother-in-Islam; Prophet Muhammad SAW.
Crisis will come and go but your response - emotions, behaviour and actions - is what matters. Be a change agent, who uses crisis situations to model and advertise for Islam. Be an example and live according to the pure teachings of the Qur'an and sunnah when you deal with crisis.
It's unbelievable how much you have to go through as a 21st century Muslim youth. Your youth will come with its own share of struggles, confusion, temptations and negative experiences. And so will it carry positive experiences and life changing opportunities. Seize the opportunity to stop one thing TODAY to change your life FOREVER. Learn these self help tips to keep your mind, body and soul in sync with your fitrah.