When we pray, Allah hears more than we say, answers more than we ask, gives more than we imagine, in His own time and in His own way. .
Our dua’s do not go waste. When Muslims make dua’, it is heard and accepted but this acceptance, however, can be in a number of different ways.
It was narrated from Abu Hurayrah that the Messenger of Allah ﷺ said: “A person will still be answered so long as his du’a does not involve sin or severing ties of kinship, and so long as he does not become impatient.” It was said: O Messenger of Allah, what does being impatient mean? He said: “Saying, I said du’a and I said du’a and I did not receive any response, then he becomes frustrated and stops saying du’a.” (Muslim) .
"Lawhah" the method of QUR'AN memorization in Mauritania, A Traditional Method for Hafidh through Sunnah of Itqan & Misbah' [Dhikr beads] as tool, Rare but everyday it is wiped clean and a new passage is written then committed to memory. Pic by @abu_ayyub_chronicles
It enables the student to focus on the fundamental issues that are presented in the small texts as opposed to drowning in piles of books. • It gives the student the ability to teach others and educate in any situation because it is a part of his long-term memory and experience.
Dhikr or Zikr (Form of Sufism devotional acts in Islam in which short phrases or prayers are repeatedly recited silently within the mind or aloud). Itqan (Arabic word itqan is used to indicate the level of quality work or to arrange and dispose of things scientifically and artistically way to obtain the perfect results.” An Arabic synonym for itqan is ihkam (to do something with wisdom). The word “wisdom” (hikmah) and its derivatives mentioned in the Holy Qur’an in no less than three hundred places). Misbah (Muslim Arabic Name meaning "lamp" or "light". This name has originated from The Qur'an from Ayatu-n-Nur, also known as the Ayat of light, from the following verse: "Allah is the Light of the heavens and the earth.
Beads (In Islam, prayer beads are referred to as Misbah & Tasbih or Sibha and contain 99 normal-sized beads, (corresponding to the Names of Allah In Islam and two smaller or mini beads separating every 33 beads).