AsSalamu Alaykum Everyone,
I want to thank Allah and acknowledge the support and love I have received from every community I have traveled to in the last few years. Your enthusiasm at the countless programs I have offered has kept me going and has inspired me to serve you in whatever way I can. I pray that Allah accepts all of our efforts spent in trying to get closer to him.
The friendships I have formed through my travel are priceless and I feel a constant closeness to so many, even if I get scarce opportunities to see you. I’m saying these things because Allah has brought me, with His immense blessings, to a point in my life where traveling the way that I have been is no longer possible. Beyond this Ramadan inshaAllah, you are going to find me traveling drastically less than I have been and that means I won’t be able to see many of you except on very limited occasions. Increasing family obligations coupled with the colossal task of getting the Qalam seminary off the ground this fall, I don’t have much choice in the matter.
Those of you that are familiar with my work know that my primary concern is to help revitalize your relationship with Allah. Whether it was Meaningful Prayer, Surah YaSeen, Accepted Supplication, I have tried to highlight a dimension of spirituality that I feel is greatly under addressed. For this reason I have decided to make the most of my limited travel opportunities in the coming year to teaching you one of the most powerful, direct, and effective ways of building a bond with your Master, Dua. ‘Dua Night’ will be offered a limited number of times throughout the country and I hope that you are able to make it out to one in a community near you. I won’t be able to honor requests for speaking engagements or to bring the class to particular locations, therefore I hope that you find the time and ability to join a program that may not be in your immediate vicinity.
Abdul Nasir Jangda
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