Hijab; the veil or headscarf most commonly seen worn by Muslim women has been perceived by the mainstream world as an oppression of women’s identity or slavery of their freedom. However, looking a bit deep, this is not the case to many Muslim women.
Gender identification and sexual orientations; or how we identify ourselves socially and individually are important parts in satisfying our souls and understanding where we belong. It’s natural that we all want clear definitions on how we should identify ourselves. Hence, understanding gender identity has become a significant but […]
Social equality or in some cases “inequality” has become a biased norm driven without a baseline of what we are measuring how equal we are. Usually, we are even confused if we understand the term – equality – and what which aspects of equality are we talking about. […]
Above all, try always to be able to feel deeply any injustice committed against any person in any part of the world. It is the most beautiful quality of a revolutionary. Che Guevara
My interest in well-being evolved from my interest in decision making – from raising the question of whether people know what they will want in the future and whether the things that people want for themselves will make them happy. Daniel Kahneman
“If it is the pleasure of God and His Prophet that I cut off his head, then I shall do so.”
Have you ever felt fear or anxiety in crowded spaces, long queues, enclosed spaces such as elevators? When you think of it, it is just a normal anxious feeling, right? For some like me, it is a daily feeling so we try our best to avoid it and […]
The world is getting closer to an apocalypse
The Rise of International Institutions
UN remains frozen while the aggressive-strikes between Syria, US and Russia kills innocents as “Collateral Damage”
On 4th April, approximately 85 people including 20 children were killed in a “chemical attack” in Syria, Idlib, a province in the north controlled by rebels – who are in a civil war against the government of Bashar Al-Assad. Though, Assad and Russia has denied the use of […]
How did we end up filtering every fact as a metaphor or an analogy? How have norms become part of our life and metaphors taken its place in defining perspectives and prospects?
“You see, you closed your eyes. That was the difference. Sometimes you cannot believe what you see, you have to believe what you feel. And if you are ever going to have other people trust you, you must feel that you can trust them, too–even when you’re in the dark. Even when you’re falling.”
What matters is what works
Redefining “Iron Lady” leader
Why is Asian Countries economic development growth slow compared to American and European Countries?