Does Quran Feel Boring After Some Time Specially When Read By A Non-muslim?
I want to apologize for this question. Lately, I’ve been trying to read translations of the Quran in different languages. Whenever I open it, it seems appealing at first, but after a page or two, it becomes boring, and it feels a bit repetitive.
– I’m curious about this in the context of Dawah. Let’s say we give the Quran to someone who hasn’t grown up in a household where the importance of the Quran is emphasized. Even if they start reading it based on our recommendation, will they also find it boring?
– So, is it necessary to read the entire Quran to for Maduu (whom we give dawah) or to have an impact on someone with no prior exposure to it? Because in today’s fast-paced life, very few people will have the time to read it cover to cover, and even audiobooks might not be fully listened to.
– Could just one chapter, one surah, or even a couple of pages of the Quran be enough to engage someone who has never read it before?
– And if so, which chapter or surah would be most effective? I understand that the Quran is invaluable, but is there a particular surah or chapter that has a more significant impact?