Two complete strangers independently try to buy the Fajr Train domain for their pet projects. On the same day. They later find out they live 5 miles from each other. Coincidence? They take it as a sign and kick off Fajr Train.
Feeling the pain
Kids growing up fast. What can we do to help them pick up the habit? Fajr Train gains urgency.
A nerdy version of Fajr Train is released. But it proves to be very dry. We cannot even force ourselves to play it more than a few days. We go back to the drawing board.
On a 24 hour notice met with Muhammad Alshareef (Rahimuhullah) in Dubai. He loves the idea of Fajrtrain, but has shares some tough love to make it better. “Make it more emotive”, he says. Ever so grateful for the insights. Pumped up to team up with the big man!
All plans go out the window. We forget.
Muhammad Alshareef (Rahimuhullah) returns to Allah. We deeply regret dropping the ball. We reboot the effort.
All praise to Allah. We have revived Fajr Train. We tried to listen to the Big Man’s advice and make it more emotive. Each day, when you check in between Fajr and Sunrise, you get a tree. The fate of your tree depends on your timeliness, and you no longer have to face the journey alone.
Behind the scenes
Muhammad Alshareef shares some candid thoughts around habit building, personal struggles with Fajr and the possibilities around the future of Fajr Train.