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As salaamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh shaykh. I ask that Allah grant you good in this dunya wal akhirah. Im a 22 year old sister from Toronto, Canada, and I go by the kunya umm musa. I heard about you (may Allah protect you) when you came down for the khalid bin walid conference I believe 2 years ago. May Allah raise your ranks in Jannah and raise you as the people of the Qur’an as you inspired me to memorize the book of Allah and study tajweed. Since then I took on this journey and finished my tajweed studies. After I started memorizing and Alhamdulilah I’m almost done 15 juzz now. I find that when I started I had alot of energy and motivation but now that I’m about to embark finishing the next 15 juzz, I find it hard. Can you please advice me and give me some practical tips on how one stays motivated and sincere on this path of learning the book of Allah! Has this happened to people before us who mastered the Qur’an? Did you ever find the Qur’an hard or lost motivation? An answer to this question would help me alot. Also I orginally was trying to find if you did any online or skype classes to teach hifz and listen to students, but it was very hard as noone would answer me when I tried to contact or email. Also I wasn’t sure shaykh if you listen to sisters but if you do, how could one be your student if they don’t live in america? Are you willing to teach online? May Allah reward you and protect you. بارك الله فيك

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