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  1. Selam

    I liked this article very much and I think it would be fruitfull if sister Maryam continues a series of post on this post.

  2. Jaza-Akallahu Khair, Manshsha-Allah It is great article, I liked it, Insha-Allah I will read your future articles, Thank you So much Maryam Mujahid, May Allah reward you well. Ameen, Ameen, Ameen.

  3. Assalamualaikum,
    Indeed It’s an inspirational article. I pray to Allah (SWTA) to accept sister Maryam for the service of his Deen.

  4. Salaam. Very nice post. As I look at this world, The Creator’s creation amazes me. It is inspiring. Spending time in Nature and contemplating its myriad beauty and synchronicity is what makes me creative. Also like your points on mind-mapping and breaking our routines.

  5. Mashallah such a profatic topic looking fwd to part 2.
    I maintain that we should work “SMART” and not “HARD”
    جزاكم الله خير
    Wassalaam

  6. Jazak Allah. This is superb. It brings out the importance of Taffakur and Tadabbur as advocated by HolyQuran. I am looking forward to more articles on this subject from sister Mayam. May Allah shower his blessings on her.

  7. Assalamu Alaikum. Masha Allah great article. Alhamdulillah I already do a lot of things mentioned here. :) May Allah reward the sister. :)

  8. Jazak Allah Khairan for this post..you are based in saudi arabia & so am i.would it b possible to get in touch with u ,some how?

  9. Jazakallahu Khair!! gud to know dat dis sister is also based KSA …i wud also recommend writing articles on problems of dowry!

  10. really gr8 post mashallah..but my question “is relegion hindering creativity….for eg making islamic cartoon for education was discouraged by some of our muslim clerics as there is hadeeth that proves it…pls enlighten me on this matter

  11. Great mashaAllah! Love it and the mind-mapping technique caught my attention, will definitely search deeper about it.
    Jazaki Allah khair

  12. @ Waseem. Thanks for your comment. I do not think that religion hinders creativity, but maybe the ideas we have about it could hinder us. I hoped to convey the message that creativity is by no means limited to drawing or painting pictures for example, but it’s a way of thinking that we can use for the benefit of Islam.