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Talk Faithfully To Me: Religion & Language

I’m not a religious studies scholar by any means. I honestly, have a limited understanding of what I practice myself. Nonetheless, it doesn’t interfere with my status as a believer. Furthermore, when I do read (as I often try) my faith only becomes reaffirmed. However, it still baffles me when I hear people hold strong to these weird ideologies and…

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Aesthetics, Beauty, Careers, Emotion, Emotions, Ethics, Existentialism, Heartbreak, Identity, Islam, laziness, Life, Love, Philosophy, Relationships, Stand-Up Comedy, Thoughts, Utilitarianism

Sleepless in Seattle: Technological Innovations & Existentialism

Around the end of June, I was able to go to Seattle with my fiance. I hadn’t flown in a plane since I was about 11 or 12, so this was an exciting time for me. Also, because the last time I “travelled” was when I was 16 and went to Atlanta. The lights from the downtown skyscrapers illuminated the…

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Ethics, Existentialism, Friendship, Global Conflicts, History, India, Indo-Pak Relations, Islam, Life, Love, Natural Disasters, Pakistan, Progressivism, Relationships, Social Justice, Thoughts, Uncategorized, Utilitarianism, World Wars

Extending A Helpful Hand: Remembering Hurricane Harvey and the Monsoon Storm in South Asia

The following entry is a summary of an article from The Guardian, whose link is included below. I do not reserve the right to ownership of said article, just the words summarizing the article here. I share this with my readers in remembrance of the victims of the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey and the victims in Pakistan, Nepal, India, and…

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Will there ever be peace between India & Pakistan?

Pakistan Zindabad! Jai Hind! Azad Kashmir! (Pakistan Live Long! India Live Long! Free Kashmir!)  Today marks the 70th anniversary of Pakistan’s Independence from India. And tomorrow, will be the 70th Anniversary of India’s Independence from Britain. Strangely, we cannot celebrate the two events together. Just ask bollywood playback singer, Mika Singh. Poor guy had the purest intentions to have Pakistanis…

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Why I Am a Muslim

My sincere apologies for the delay in writing this. I was supposed to publish this after the end of Ramadan, but I got caught up with other things. Please excuse me and Eid Mubarak! The fact that I have to explain why I believe what I believe is really annoying. This is an issue that plagues Muslims worldwide, where we…

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Ethics, Existentialism, Friendship, Gay Rights, Identity, Islam, LGTBQ Rights, Life, Love, Philosophy, Progressivism, Racism, Religion, Social Justice, Thoughts, Uncategorized, Utilitarianism

“True” Identity: An Essay on Self-Awareness & Sensitivity

Who are we? We seem to be asked this question a lot and no one knows how to properly answer and no response seems satisfactory. In the past, people would identify themselves through their last names.  “My name is So and So, son of Whatshisface” And with that form of identification, people gained an impression of you, despite their interaction and properly…

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Welcoming Our New King: Review of Hasan Minhaj: “Homecoming King”

I will be honest, I wish I could have dived more into this review but I didn’t, at the risk of giving out spoilers. When we think of the kings of comedy, we think of George Carlin, Jerry Seinfeld, or Bill Hicks however, Comedy has no racial boundaries. Arguably, it was Russell Peters, who broke the barrier for Brown comedians everywhere and showed that…

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