A life that’s not shared is like a cloud that keeps the moistness of its touch to itself, its existence has lost its purpose. Life was meant to be a sharing experience, this is why it uses the grave as a checkpoint to make sure that we leave behind whatever we didn’t get to share. … More The life we share
It’s said that the human eyes have yet to behold the fullness of the earth, most of which is cover under a blanket of wetness, and our lenses are too narrow to capture the vastness of the Cosmo, leaving most of it hidden from our naked eyes. But if we take a closer look at … More Hidden
When we painted the portrait of human love, we did so by airbrushing the flaws of its limits; we try to stretch the truth of human love by romanticizing it as an all-embracing reality. But in reality, the arms of our love are too poor in length to embrace the richness of otherness. Our innate … More The boundary of love.
There has never been a redline that both the thoughts and actions of mankind have failed to cross; we humans are desecrators of both God and man’s law, and we’re always trying to circumvent the laws of nature. But nothing in nature has ever violated the laws of its nature, which includes humanity; our thoughts, … More Human nature
Mankind had lived without running water, electricity, clothing, and other amenities before but we’ve never lived without the comfort of each other nor can we afford to live without it. Life’s greatest gift to us isn’t electronic gadgets that drain our attention, it’s not the transportations that we use to travel the world, nor the … More People: the medicine to our soul.
Being that we humans are both individual and social beings, it was natural for us to develop both personal and social lenses through which we see the events and experiences of life. And although we tout our independence as individuals; we’re more like raindrops that were formed from the same cloud and were destine to … More The Olympics of greed.
Labor is the founding father of society, its DNA can be found in the railroads, the paved roads, elaborate buildings, and everything else in it. But we are living in a world that is constantly trying to cheapen its worth and downplay its contributions to society and the world at large. When most of us … More “Liquid gold”: the natural currency of life.
Everyone was born of a mother, of a father, and of a time; it was said that there is a time and a place for everything, but not everyone was born at the right time. There has never been an era where everyone was socially accepted, some people lived in eras that were not ripe … More Born of a mother, of a father, and of a time.
The concept of equality has been developing in the mental womb of mankind for thousands of years, yet we have refused to give birth to it. In the past, it seems as if the world was on the verge to give birth to equality but the moment that we fell in love with money, equality … More The monetization of life.
As I revisit the annals of history, trace its trajectory, and analyze the actions of its actors, I can see the common thread of masculine egos weaving humanity into male hegemony and patriarchal rule. Almost all the events that had shaped humanity were written with masculinity, men had largely been successful in sidelining women from … More What if she was King?