As we’re always on the go, it can be difficult to find a moment to sit down and open a physical copy of the Quran. This shouldn’t be an excuse to miss out on reading a few verses per day.
The Quran is the word of God, and it goes without saying that God’s words are incredibly profound and timeless, so understanding them requires diving a little deeper into the meanings behind the words. It will not only help you understand why the verses say what they say, but also how they can relate to your own life.
Once you’ve begun to establish a better connection with the Quran, pick up a habit of memorising small portions of the Quran. Start from the 30th Juz’ (section) and pick some small Surahs to begin with. Not only will you have more verses to recite during Salah, but the act of revising these Surahs will keep you connected with the Quran.