Every goodness upon his parents and his children in this world and the hereafter.
Thus, when the intelligent believer recites the Qur’an, he presents himself to it, so it becomes like a mirror in which he sees which of his actions are beautiful and which are ugly.
Thus, whatever his Master warns him against, he is wary of it; whatever He instills fear regarding its consequences, he fears; whatever his Master encourages him in, he desires it and hopes for it.
Thus, whoever fits this description, or close to this description, he has recited it as it should truly be recited, and has attended to it as it should truly be taken care of.
The Qur’an becomes for him a witness, intercessor, comfort and support.
Whoever has these qualities benefits himself and benefits his family, and returns with every goodness upon his parents and his children in this world and the hereafter.
–Akhlaq Hamalah Al-Qur’an Wa Ahlih by Imam Al-Ajurri.