"The one who is proficient in the recitation of the quran will be honorable and obedient scribes(angels) and he who recited the quran, doing his best to recite it in the best way possible, will have double reward."
[Al Bukhari and Muslim]
Note: Proficient here means one who reads the Quran in accordance with the rules of Ilm At-Tajwid. The hadith also highlights the merit of the reader of the Quran who does not know Ilm At-Tajwid and for that reason cannot read fluently. but in spite of this, he reads it with great effort. He will be given double reward, one for difficulty encountered in reciting it, another for reading it. Safratun translated in the Hadith as scribes (angels) mean the angels that convey the Wahy (Revelation) to the Messenger of Allah
(صلى الله عليه و سلم )
. Imam Bukhari has taken it to mean "One who makes reconciliation". The angels who bring Wahy and chastisement from Allah.
For more info read pages 793-794 Riyad-us-Saliheen
"A lot of magnetic personalities say this or that, leaders command this or that, and the governors do this or that, but few sit in their living rooms and remember Allah while their time passes amongst people. Like the lanterns in street corners, no one hardly notices them, but walk by their lights. "
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