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Merry Christmas! [a philosophical note]

One of God’s attributes is al-Khaliq (The Creator); thanks to Almighty, human is also granted with a share of this creative-imaginative ability. But the question is, if matter is gross (as considered in most neo-platonist philosophies), how can creativity be so deeply revered as it’s expression needs material? However, the expression sprouts from the intuition and mostly out of love, an experience which can transcend. No wonder the end product of any artistic endeavor is mundane if the observer does not realize the meaning and beauty it possesses; on the other hand, for artist it would always be special.

[25-12-11] Jesus is an artist for me with ethereal qualities. His art was love; he was created from and out of love, he embodied love and consumed himself through and in love.



a coffee addict/ optimist sun flower/ can't-live-without-50mm photographer/ writing enthusiast/ [an almost inexistent] paper cookie smasher/ orange things collector/ wishes he had two antennas on the head; ps: philosophy-pistachio & educational technologist. to sound little proper: A self-taught, internationally published, photographer who loves to write/blog and read while breathing philosophy in between. Graduate of M.Ed. in Teacher Education with High Honors from Aga Khan University and currently works at the same university as Education Designer for Blended Learning. Candidate for Social Innovation in Digital Context (SIDC) at Lunds Universitet funded by Swedish Institute. Action Partner for Oxfam International Youth Partnership 2010-2013 led by Oxfam Australia. To cut the conversation short, an optimistic realist who believe in designing his life to fulfill dreams while sipping countless cups of coffee! I hope this makes some sense.

One thought on “Merry Christmas! [a philosophical note]

  1. Very well written. Glory be to God who created this world which though we may see before our eyes, though me may see them at leisure and may study them extensively but we never do justice with our words to define its beauty. We can put colors and paints to sketch out the nature but can never produce the identical copy of the things exist around. Such a magnificent is this world from manifest universe to granules exist 🙂


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