By Mayssa Masri
For many, making time to understand and read the Quran can feel seemingly impossible, intimidating, or unattainable with our busy schedules.
To support people interested in beginning their learning journey, Good Tree Institute has created a platform to understand the Quran: Root’d in Quran— a customizable, interactive, and engaging comprehensive grammar color coding system of the Quran designed for all ages to learn with ease. Whether you’re at an introductory, intermediate, or advanced level in your understanding of Arabic or Arabic grammar, Root’d in Quran can be your go-to tool along your journey.
As you learn at your own pace, each linguistic concept is highlighted with a specific color, so that you can learn one Arabic grammar rule at a time. Whether from your desktop at home, to your phone when you’re on-the-go, Root’d in Quran can be your one-stop tool to foster a deep and personal connection with the Quran.
This ad-free web and mobile app is a great tool for beginners looking to explore the Arabic language with ease while reading the Quran, to anyone studying the Arabic language and wanting to apply their learnings to the Quran.
What sets this app apart from other Quran apps on the market? Here are 4 of the many ways Root’d in Quran is the first of its kind.
By Mayssa Masri
Through the ups and downs during this pandemic, one major win for the Good Tree Institute has been growing to a national institute and welcoming new students from across the globe. While in-person classes are on hold for now, we hope you continue to plug into our growing community as we continue to focus on strengthening our spiritual connection from our homes.
Here’s what we’re doing to connect with our students virtually!
1. We’ve created a virtual support system for newcomers to the Muslim faith called the Sadeeq Program.
Sadeeq means "companion" in Arabic. This new program offers support to new Muslims and those looking to develop deeper connections within the Muslim community. The goal of this program is to encourage sincere and spiritual companionships, provide educational resources, and social connections. By providing converts a virtual safe space where they can turn to for personal support and have their questions answered, we can continue to create a close-knit community who look out for each other.
Connection is fundamental to us as spiritual beings. When we are connected, we operate at our full capacity, and love and generosity permeates in everything we do.
When it’s missing from someone’s life, it’s painfully evident.
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