Maryam Miller

Maryam Miller
Maryam Miller
Love Letters
The Prophet ﷺ is reported to have said: “The souls are (like) aligned soldiers joined (in the world of spirits) whichever souls knew each other (in that world) are attracted towards each other (in this world)” (Saheeh al-Bukhaari). A famous Shaykh was once asked how to know soul mates from the sole mate and he jokingly said if he knew he would write a book and sell out. So his student set out to find the answer, certain of two things: there are those who block love, and there are Love Letters.
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Athens, GA
From the time Maryam learned to read devoted herself to a recorder used to make “audio books,” and when able to write, a commonplace book chock full of stories.
This calling characterizes her service as a scholartist, spiritual activist and loveletter.

Maryam M. Miller devoted herself to communications from the age of seven and made her debut in an interview with Maryam Ali for Bear Essentials News. In high school she raised money and awareness for the House of Hope orphanage in Uganda through her charter of the New Global Citizens club, and won various written and performed poetry competitions like the National English Speaking Union’s at Chandler Preparatory Academy. Maryam was the first to graduate in her immediate family from the University of Arizona with a degree in Political Science and Communication. While attending she used her stage presence to further several on and off campus organizations like the Muslim Student’s Association in the Malcolm X Movie night, the Black Student Union’s Hear Us See Us campaign, and The Tucson Unified School district’s Cradle to College event, to name a few. She went on to serve as a SPED teacher at a title I middle school with Teach for America before her termination from Fulton County for attending a #BlackLivesMatter protest. Since graduating she has been an invitational speaker at several access focused organizations as well as a contributor for The Arizona Daily Wildcat, Phoenix Magazine, and KVOA News. Maryam most recently completed the Madinah Institute U.S.A.’s pilot Foundations of the Din intensive, is active with the society for SacredService, and graduates with a Master of Education Administration and Policy from the University of Georgia May 2017.
Soulmates in Islam, A Metaphysical Pedagogy of the Oppressed

“If you’re grateful I’ll give you more” -God, The Quran