assaalamu alik kum sister,alhamdullah that allah is guiding you back onto the right path again.inshallah now you have made a start and your intentions are there to make this a good return allah will reward you for your efforts.i will make dua for you inshallah.may allah be pleasedwith you and bestow his blessing.assaalamu alaik kum,
salam sister Kristin (Daania) good news that you are back, I hope that you stay in that way, just make a lot of duaa, and effort and inshAllah you will get to better situation Everyone sometime someday get lazy, this the nature of human being good luck
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Alhamdulillah I'm glad you got back on track. May allah keep you and all of us steadfast. I myself was also slacking in the recitation of Quran but this week I just pray half juz right after I get home from dropping the kids to school. I find that I get out of routine when TOM is around and I have to make an effort to get back on track.
So, somehow in the last 7 or 8 months I slowly became lax in all areas of my life. I think it primarily happened while my husband and I let a non-muslim mother and her 2 children stay with us. And I do not begrudge helping them, it is my own fault I allowed myself to stray from the path that I was on. But I fell asleep last night determined to wake for Fajr and fast for the day. And Alhamdullilah so far so good. I woke and performed my Fajr salah and am fasting. InshaAllah things will go well for me. It seems in planning my masjid's summer day camp program for the children, I found myself again. Has anyone else found themselves in a similar situation? How did you pull yourself out of your slump? ~Kristin (Daania)
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