6 Tips to Help Lower Your Gaze


6 Tips to Help Lower Your Gaze | ProductiveMuslim
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The eyes have desires that have a great tendency to want to be fulfilled, as if there is a gravity-like force that pulls the sight to the things we should not be looking at. Like gravity, those who resist will feel the force acting on them, while those who just go with the flow will feel little or nothing at all. Like gravity, it takes a lot of strength to escape it.

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[Interview] Secrets of a Productive Muslimah – Maryam Amirebrahimi (Part 2)


[Interview] Secrets of a Productive Muslimah - Maryam Amirebrahimi (Part 2) | ProductiveMuslim
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A few weeks ago, ProductiveMuslimah caught up with Sister Maryam Amirebrahimi, a regular author on, a Tae Kwon Do second degree black belt, student of knowledge and hafidha of the Qur’an! In the first part, Sr Maryam told us about how she came to study Arabic, and how she manages her time between so many different activities. This week, she gives us invaluable advice for memorising Qur’an, and how sisters can take an active role within the community.

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[Reader Discussion] Productivity Bucket List

[Reader Discussion] Productivity Bucket List | ProductiveMuslim

Alhamdulillah, we’ve been sharing many tips and resources on how you can work better and be a truly productive Muslim. Now it’s your turn to help our readers!

Every month, we will host a Productive Muslim’s reader discussion thread where you can share and learn from each other tips that help you become more productive.

Thank you for the many interesting opinions and tips on our last discussion on observing salah when you’re out and about!

The theme for this month actually comes from one of our readers. What’s on your productivity bucket list?

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Ramadan as a Catalyst for Change


Ramadan as a Catalyst for Change | ProductiveMuslim
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When your newsfeed and inbox first started to fill up with notifications about preparing for Ramadan, you had realised that, yes, it’s been a year. A year since you last pushed yourself to your limits: low on food, low on sleep, high on Qur’an, high on salah, high on iman. Now, with a few days left of Ramadan, with posts and messages on how to make the last few days count, you realise again, Ramadan has slipped past us once more.

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