Eid Al Adha's timing was perfect: my sister was out of town, I was off from college and from work, I had no pending freelance photography to do, no family commitments, friends all busy with their families — it was the perfect opportunity to sit, relax, and do absolutely nothing for once. Even my exam, due … Continue Reading ››
I did it. Finally. After months and months of complaining about social media — and this is from someone who works in the media industry — I decided to put my cynical self to the test and deprive myself of everything digital (with the exception of WhatsApp, which serves to be my SMS app replacement). … Continue Reading ››
Today is the first day of Ramadan, and probably a rare occasion where most — if not all — Muslim countries miraculously agreed that it would be on the 1st of August (correct me if I am wrong), so let's hope it ends on the same date as well. At least for the first time … Continue Reading ››
I won't be discussing politics here but what caught my attention while reading this article on the Washington Post
is that a few good men have pledged to marry the women who have been recently raped (the point of who is the rapist is not my point of discussion).
“It made us so mad. Such … Continue Reading ››
I cringe at what I intend to hint to with the blog title as I type it. The world around me is being consumed by this "social media" virus and I stand here in it, but not of it; I stand between shifting paradigms in a knock-off world - a mere mental state … Continue Reading ››