What's new

Being Human

The Lullaby Voice

June 9, 2014 // 1 Comment

One of the many wonderful memories I have with me is that of my mother’s voice. How amazing is a mother’s voice to her child! When the child is a baby, he sleeps to her lullaby. When he grows up into a small kid, he knows it’s the most important voice he hears. When he grows up [Read More...]

2013 was the year I learnt…

January 3, 2014 // 1 Comment

Happy new year everyone! I know I am a little late in making this new year’s blog post. I had it all figured out in my mind on the evening of the last day of 2013, but somehow I couldn’t find the time to write this. I wanted this post to be elaborate. 2013 was a year of learning. That [Read More...]

Iraq; A Story of Survival

November 15, 2013 // 0 Comments

The tea on the stove brews. I like the way a beautiful aroma spreads in my room. Caffienated words have a beauty of their own. Blogging this way seems like a blend of two different times. The keyboard should suffice for blank sheets of paper, yet the hot tea in my favorite cup stays the same. I [Read More...]

God: A Love Born of Faith

September 30, 2013 // 1 Comment

When do you know someone is listening to your prayers? When was the last time you knew the sorrow you carried in your fragile heart was incurable by every single doctor, surgeon or expert that walks on the face of this planet? Some things are granted by God alone. Like hearing the unsaid, like [Read More...]

There’s Something Sad About Fences

June 6, 2013 // 1 Comment

This is a post from one of my favorite blogs,¬†Dawn Of An Older Age. Re-posting as token of my appreciation for the simple words yet profound meanings every post carries. — grief never fills you completely up, although it sometimes feels that way. there is always some space left for beauty [Read More...]