Beautiful morning invocation. Slow recitation.*This is not my Audio recording, shared for benefit. Now on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/67lWEswR9gpTdwDQxIP2Yb?si=MRhGEqAPQ5Cjd66QY8FdRg&utm_source=copy-link As with all the litanies of Imam al-Haddad, al-Wird al-Latif is made up of nothing but the 'prayers' of the Prophet-peace be upon him and the formulae that he instructed his community to recite mornings and evenings. It is therefore strictly in conformity with the sunna, and once it is well-rehearsed and becomes regular practice, one can rest assured that he is following the 'Prophetic' instructions as to which adhkar he should use to begin and end his day.It may be used for protection from various inward and outward perils, for curing certain illnesses, for increasing certain kinds of provision, for haraka, and for the recompense promised for the recitation of each of its letters. Knowing this, Muslims all over the world have always recited both the Qur'an and the Prophetic invocations in their original Arabic, even when unable to understand the language, to make sure that they lose none of the secrets and baraka, much of which are lost in translation.