1,2,4. Five pills I swallow every morning. I have them with excessive water, it is healthy, they say.
Category: Thoughts &articles
And the fifth cycle is over, I am 35
“Our lives run in cycles of 7 years where every aspect of your life is put under a microscope and examined. And anything deemed unnecessary and no longer positive for your Spiritual growth on your journey gets removed.”
A visceral familiarity.
I got on the train at the designated time, sat on my assigned seat. As I was placing my backpack… Read more A visceral familiarity.
The existentiality of deexistence ; On being a hologram.
Spanish citizens held the first hologram protest in history in order to protest without violating the new draconian guidelines of the National Security Act, the new amendments to the Penal Code and the Anti-terror law
10 things that are more harmful to your children’s upbringing than Abla Fahita.
. TV ads suggesting how inferior it is being a woman, urging the audience to man up. Nationalistic songs… Read more 10 things that are more harmful to your children’s upbringing than Abla Fahita.
Summer of 2013
t was the summer in Egypt when the nausea returned, when the speculation, the theorizing and the hyperbole didn't stop, when the moral obligation to explain to one's children about "thou shalt not kill" was abrogated in favor of a war on terrorism, when the smallness of people was simply crushing.
A tribute to Monopoly deal
** was first published in Campus magazine September issue** Few days ago, as myself and friends were at each other’s… Read more A tribute to Monopoly deal
How to maintain your pseudo-celebrity status on Social Media?
I remember the days before social media when I would get few phone calls per day and 20 – 30… Read more How to maintain your pseudo-celebrity status on Social Media?
Qorasaya Island – fighting for the right of being
As published in “Your Middle East.com” Will the children who woke up one day to find their own army attacking… Read more Qorasaya Island – fighting for the right of being
A retrospective look at what seemed to be the happy ending.
As published in September’s issue of Campus magazine (http://issuu.com/campusmagazine/docs/digital_issue_sep_2012) March 2011, the time when we believed an oppressive regime could… Read more A retrospective look at what seemed to be the happy ending.