Sean Champagne examines the assumptions about ourselves as Muslims we can hold and the need to build one's own connection with the religion in his reflection on the eleventh juz' of the Qur'an.
Muhammad Ali highlights a few of the Qur'an's recommendations regarding war, difference and conflict in his reflection on the tenth juz'.
Amani Abderahman centers Juz' 9 of the Qur'an in her poem of self reflection.
Nsenga Knight centers the eighth juz' in her reflection on the redemptive power of being able to give voice to one's past and the need for women in particular to not feel ashamed of sharing their stories as they grow.
Sabria Mills reflects on the verses of the seventh juz', touching upon God's wondrous wisdom and the verses particular significance to the Black community.
Reflecting on the sixth juz', Zachary King shares through poetry the lessons learned and the prayers inspired by this portion of the Qur'an
Malika Ayubbi's reflection on the fifth juz' of the Qur'an is depicted beautifully in this work of art.
This post was first posted in 2019. Kamilah Pickett reflects on Juz' 4 and explores her understanding of community.