Random Thoughts Series: “It’s October and That’s How I Know”

I don’t know whether it is the dull weather lately but I have been feeling a bit lazy and gloomy. My daily routine does not allow me the luxury to be lazy. With early long morning commute, I leave my house before the sunrise. Some days I love it because of the beauty represented in […]

No One Is Above The Law and Other Lies!

If you have been following up the news lately, then you might have noticed the hypocrisy in the global system we currently live within. And if like me, you might have rolled your eyes over the political series of hypocrisy.  In a not so surprising move, the UK’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson unlawfully suspended the […]

Suicide Prevention Day

Life is hard! It’s that simple! It’s that complicated!  Life is tough and the reality is sometimes it could get unbearable!    Every time I go through life’s tough and testing times, I always go back to the best moments of my life. The times when I was just a little girl, with little care […]

How Dictatorship Begins!

When I think of the atrocities occurring globally on a daily basis, and how horrifying it is to be witnessing these violations with so little to do! I think, how could that have occurred? How is it that people are willing to turn on each other, kill and torture with such inhumanity?    Knowing fully, […]

Celebrate Freedom, Don’t Oppress It!

It goes without saying, that we live in a much better world now compared to 70 or 80 years ago. We have scientifically more freedom (not ‘rights’, because these are inherited by our nature as human beings), better health care, faster and more reliable communication methods. I do realise that we could argue the opposite, […]

War as a Conflict Resolution!

“The War to End all Wars” a term used to describe World War I, in the hope that it will indeed inspire mankind, by observing the scale of atrocities caused during the war, to never use war as a way of resolving any political conflict. (for a greater reflect on this point see this article).  […]

The Fault in Our Human Rights

How many times have you thought about your human rights? Or questioned whether they have been, or are, violated?   How many times did you wake up thinking about the day ahead fearing that you will be subjected to an arbitrary arrest because of your last night’s political discussion you had with one of your […]