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Bismillāh
All praise and thanks are due to Allāh (SWT), who blessed us with the Glorious Qur’ān. Abundant salutations be upon our beloved teacher and role model, the first haafidh, Nabi Muhammad (SAW).

Continued from Part One, here are some more du’as to make for ease of memorisation, bi-ith-nillah (with the permission of Allah).

Du’a No. 4

This du’a is one my mom taught me. I remember she was expressing to a friend how overwhelmed she was feeling when we were moving, and her friend taught her this prophetic du’a. “A problem shared is a problem halved,” as the idiom goes. This also illustrates the importance of having pious friends. May Allah strengthen our bonds and bless us with more rightous friends. (Aameen)
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Du’a No. 5

This is du’a from the Glorious Qur’an itself, so is it not therefore befitting to begin with?

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Du’a No. 6

This du’a is from a website I love and recommend, so check out the story behind it on How To Memorise the Quran. The du’a is to be recited three times before and after memorisation.

O Allah, illuminate our sights by Your book, loosen our tongues by it, expand our chests by it and use our bodies in it, through Your movement and power for there is no movement and power except with You, O most merciful of those who show mercy.

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Allahumma nawwir bi kitabika absarana, wa atliq bi hi alsinatana, wa shrah bi hi sudurana, wa st’amil bi hi ajsadana, bi hawlika wa quwwatika, fa innahu la hawla wa la quwwata illa bika ya arhama rahimin

I hope these du’as are of benefit to you and me. May Allah SWT accept them from us. Aameen.

If you would like more tools to stay on track, tips to keep motivated or be mentored along your hifth journey, feel free to contact me.

With best wishes for your hifdh success,

Wasfeeya

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