17 December 2014 The day I started studying in Pakistan, I saw some hope that one day the educated will play a role in the prosperity of the country. As the days passed & I […]
You know I think I still remember the first day he saw me. He picked me up & whispered ” You are mine ” maybe kissed me. Maybe it’s all my Imagination. I remember him […]
I walked to the grocery with pride & smile. Not the usual tears of humility but the tears of victory.
4th Sep 2014 I met someone today. They made me realise people never change. They are what they are. They are happy, sad, nice, sweet. But they are how you see them. They are good […]
Yes, true to their facts, it was & is harmful. It is dangerous, cancerous & unnecessary. As much as cigarette as much as alcohol. But I know we all have seen many a young people smoking around. Why aren’t we banning cigarettes then??
People will never be happy with what they have. In our world we keep weighing things with the perspective of Islam. Us being practical about things is a wish that has lost its way.
The fairy tale has an abrupt ending after the weddings dohl stops! We have such an illusion of weddings that all we want is to get married, well the girls at least.
We have face book – topping all the charts. Yes, it is a social site – not a news platform but let’s face it we all spend most of our time surfing through the newsfeed, refreshing for notifications.
I am raped because I am an infant without a mind?
A girl without a voice?
A lady without support?
A wife with hopes?
A Woman with morals to look after?
A mother with responsibilities?
A teenager with dreams?
Malala’s confidence struck me like a lightening; her words were well constructed and full of passion. If this spirit for education, women empowerment and freedom from violence survives in our society, then our country has a future. And if most of the girls in our society start thinking the way she does, then there is no stopping of growth.