“Ibu, aku teringat … Di setiap senyum yang kau berikan, ada kebahagiaan yang tersirat. Di setiap tangis yang kau tumpahkan, ada maaf yang kau berikan cuma-cuma. Di setiap keriputmu, terdapat kegelisahan yang membuncah bagaimana jika kau tidak bisa lagi berada di sampingku. Di setiap helai rambut memutihmu, terselip kenangan masa mudamu dan masa kecilku. Di setiap doamu, ada namaku disebut. Di setiap satu helaan nafasmu, aku tau ada aku di dalamnya. sehebat manapun kamu, itu keran doa ibumu!!
1) Those who take it as a commodity and gain their sustenance from it.
2) Those who establish its words, yet neglect its commandments (i.e. read it but don’t practice according to it). Due to (their knowledge of) it, they act arrogantly towards the people of their land and they use it (the Qur’aan) as a support for gaining positions of authority. This type of people from among the bearers of the Qur’aan are many. May Allaah diminish their number!
3) And there is a type who apply the remedy of the Qur’aan and thus place it over the sickness of their hearts. Due to it, their battles come to a standstill and they feel compassionate in their burnooses (long capes worn by the people of old). And they feel a sense of fear (of Allaah) and the worries (of the worldly life) have left them. They are the ones whom Allaah sends His rain down upon and He sends victory through them over the enemies. By Allaah, this type of group from the carriers of the Qur’aan are more honorable than that of flaming torches in the sight of the rest of the reciters of the Qur’aan.