Enhancing Your Child’s Journey of Memorizing the Quran Through Parental Involvement

🌟 Calling All Parents! 🌟
Is your little one starting to memorize the Quran? Here’s a tip that can make this journey even more meaningful and enjoyable: join them every step of the way! πŸ“–βœ¨

Memorizing the Quran is not just a task; it’s a beautiful bonding experience between you and your child. By getting involved, you not only support their learning but also strengthen your family’s connection with the Quran.

Here’s why you should join in:
🀲 Quality Time: Spend precious moments together in a meaningful activity.
πŸ“š Deepen Your Understanding: Refresh your own knowledge and understanding of the Quran.
πŸ™Œ Lead by Example: Show your child the importance of Quran in your life by practicing together.
🌸 Encouragement and Support: Be there to encourage and support your child through their memorization journey.

Together, let’s nurture a love for the Quran in our children’s hearts. Your involvement, guidance and presence can have a lasting impact on their relationship with the Quran.

Tag a parent who would love this idea and share your own tips for Quran memorization with kids! Let’s support each other in this beautiful journey. πŸŒΈπŸ’¬

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Understanding .com , .net , .org , .sg , .co.uk , . . . etc. in a Domain Name.

Understanding .com , .net , .org , .sg , .co.uk , . . . etc. in a Domain Name.

Notice, when you identified a domain name, the last few characters at the very end of a domain name.

These final component of a domain name, or domain name endings are called TLD (top-level domain). So lets refer to those last parts of a domain name as TLD, from now on.

Let’s try identifying this thing called TLD, in the domain names we discussed on the previous post (What is a Domain name?).

  1. gmail.com – here TLD is .com
  2. outlook.com – here TLD is .com
  3. london.ac.uk – here TLD is .uk ( let’s not get diverted in to what .ac is about, at least for now!)
  4. icrc.org – here TLD is .org

I suppose, you could identify the TLD in “invosset.com”, by now.

Now you know that, there are 3 different TLDs. Well, that’s not all. There are lot of TLDs available now. We will list out all available TLDs in another post. At least, you should be able to identify the TLD when you see a domain name. When you want to buy/take ( i.e. register ) a domain name for your personal use or for your business, you will need to decide which TLD, you want to use.

What is a Domain name?

What is a Domain name?

Easiest way, possibly, to understand a domain name is to have a look at your email address. Let’s see some examples of email address:

Example 1: [email protected]

You notice the “gmail.com” that comes after the ‘@’ symbol? That’s a domain name. i.e. “gmail.com” is a domain name.

Example 2: [email protected].
Here, “outlook.com” is what comes after the “@” symbol. So, “outlook.com” is a domain name.

Example 3: [email protected]
Here, “london.ac.uk” is a domain name.

Example 4: [email protected].
I suppose, you could already identify the domain name from the above email address.

If you want to have an online presence, first thing you need to do is to get a domain name. How to get a domain name or where to get one, we will get into that on another post. Hope, by now, you have a better understanding on what a domain name is.

I am from non-Arab country, is it better for me to learn Arabic language in my country or in an Arab country?

I am from non-Arab country, is it better for me to learn Arabic language in my country or in an Arab country?

The original was published on https://learning.aljazeera.net/en/Blogs/%D8%B3%D8%A4%D8%A7%D9%84-%D9%88%D8%AC%D9%88%D8%A7%D8%A8-%D8%AD%D9%88%D9%84-%D8%AA%D8%B9%D9%84%D9%85-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%84%D8%BA%D8%A9  .

Following is a loose translation.

Of course, learning Arabic through its native speakers is the preferred way, but this requires time, money, and patience. Being away from one’s homeland, the travel expenses and the difficulty in choosing a good place for studying Arabic, because not all institutes in an Arab country are good. If you are not able to study in an Arab country, there will be other country that provide Arabic learning. Find a professional organization in your country that you are aware of its good reputation in this field. However, if your situation allows you to travel to an Arab country, do so.

Brief understanding on Virtual meetings.

Brief understanding on Virtual meetings.

Refer to a material published on 03 December 2020 on https://www.nature.com/
Link to original article : https://www.nature.com/articles/s41587-020-00758-7
Following is a brief summary:   

The art of virtual mentoring in the twenty-first century for STEM majors and beyond

Social quarantine has severely impacted the training of new scientists, but the use of virtual platforms can supplement mentorship, making career development seamless.

What is virtual mentoring?

Virtual mentoring enables the exchange of information through the use of one or more digital platforms.

ZoomAudio and video call application
SkypeAudio and video call application
TrelloProject management tool
SlackCollaboration software
BlueJeansVideo conferencing application
TwitterSocial media platform
FacebookSocial media platform
WeChatMessaging app
WhatsAppMessaging app
QQMessaging app
LINEMessaging app
KAIKO talkMessaging app
Table above : Virtual mentoring platforms, with application type


  • Flexible and time-efficient
  • Less judgmental form of communication
  • Meetings can be recorded (obtain permission)
  • Chat feature for general and direct messages
  • Allows for useful multitasking and immediate information sharing Partaking in virtual meetings may intimidate participants, especially those who are shy
  • Meeting participants are not limited by physical distance
  • Accurate automated written transcription


  • Requires stable internet connection and a working electronic device
  • Lack confidentiality (see Zoom bombing)
  • Virtual meetings may not capture the ambience of in-person meetings
  • Participants may experience discomfort sharing their surrounding environment

Facilitating virtual mentoring sessions

  • Setting up the virtual mentoring space
  • Agenda
  • Tell stories of failure before success
  • Build your team
  • Ask about their well-being
  • End the meeting

How long and how often?

Holding frequent meetings allows mentors to reassure their trainees and demonstrate that mentors care about the well-being and success of their trainees.

For details please visit : https://www.nature.com/articles/s41587-020-00758-7

The article focuses on virtual mentoring, but this helps in making one further think and apply modern technology in their business, organizations, and even educational institutions like schools and tuition centers.