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  1. jazkaum Allah khyrn for this very useful article and the many others you offer. May Allah bless you always!

    i just have a requist…if we can expand on this topic…what is the point of marrige? and how can one make it “productive” to serve this ummah and not get lost in the routine life of marraige?

    jazakum Allah khyrn

  2. Your articles are very informative. It is a like a food for those people who are hunger in seeking knowledge. Keep it up and may Allah bless you always.

  3. I believe, there is a need for the editor to recheck the content of the article and syncronise it with a suitable topic. It didn’t match by the way.

    It is also said, when you are going to choose your partner, it has to be based upon four-criteria, i) a Muslim – piety (or rather have a good knowledge on Islam and practice it), ii) was brought up in a very good and conducive environment or family, iii) able to give children and iv) priority should be given to someone who are still not married.

    It is interesting to look at the criteria mentioned above, as it is too subjective to prescribe all criteria on a girl or women. In other words, it would be to ideal when you compared to the reality. Perhaps, Productive Muslim could help elaborate all four criteria as a guideline for each one of us and thus, with this criteria, it is hope that it will help us becoming a generation of a productive muslim.

  4.  Assalamu alaikum brothers and sisters,
    Thanks for all of your comments.

    Sister Fida, in sha Allah I look forward to writing more articles on how marriage affects our productivity, so stay tuned in sha Allah.

    Br. or Sr. Ummati2004, I would just ask you, if you are happy with your spouse, do you think that would increase your productivity? And if you are miserable, do you think that would decrease your productivity?

    Ckkc_2005, there were some changes made to my original submission – however, JAK the Productive Muslim Team tried to elaborate on the points. this was definitely just an introductory article and there is a lot more information that I provide in my programs. 

    And JAK Asdsadasdsad and Lynlyn for your comments.

    May Allah always lead us to that which is best.

    Sincerely

    Raghad

  5.  Assalamu alaikum brothers and sisters,
    Thanks for all of your comments.

    Sister Fida, in sha Allah I look forward to writing more articles on how marriage affects our productivity, so stay tuned in sha Allah.

    Br. or Sr. Ummati2004, I would just ask you, if you are happy with your spouse, do you think that would increase your productivity? And if you are miserable, do you think that would decrease your productivity?

    Ckkc_2005, there were some changes made to my original submission – however, JAK the Productive Muslim Team tried to elaborate on the points. this was definitely just an introductory article and there is a lot more information that I provide in my programs. 

    And JAK Asdsadasdsad and Lynlyn for your comments.

    May Allah always lead us to that which is best.

    Sincerely

    Raghad

  6. Assalamu Alaikum Sister Raghad,

    Wonderful Tips. The following statement of yours so accurately explains the importance of successful Muslim marriages:

    The family is indeed the core of our community and so the decision of choosing the most suitable spouse and the efforts made to ensure a lasting marriage is highly important.

    Jazakalakhair for a welcome and needed reminder.

    Your Sister in Islam,
    Grandma Jeddah