Online Classes

All of it is draining me. It’s hectic. Day in and day out, my energy is wasted on trying to decipher the radio noises called e-classes which last for almost whole of the day.The ears, the eyes, the brain– all fatigue by the time the night starts.The heart and the tongue have been confined forContinue reading “Online Classes”

The Conflict

It is disturbing. The conflict between Israel and Palestine has now stormed into the compounds of one of the holiest sites of three world religions- The Al-Aqsa mosque. The pictures and videos of the raid have been disturbing as they have always been in the class between the two parties since 1946. But this time,Continue reading “The Conflict”

Sabr- Patience

“Good things come to those who wait.” The above line on patience is well known. Yet, it remains a challenge to see people imbibe it in their own lives. The younger generations seem to have an excessive difficulty in following it, yet we are the ones who need it more than our boomer parents. “Sabr”Continue reading “Sabr- Patience”

Cost of Miscommunication

Today I want to apologise.🙏 If you’ve read my blog on “Apologies in the modern day“, you’d have also known of the personal example I gave there. A couple of days ago, I happened to talk to one of those people. And after the talks I realised what miserable deed I had performed. I presumedContinue reading “Cost of Miscommunication”

How I’ll spend Valentine’s day 2021

Hello, beautiful readers! I hope you’re all doing well. February is here. The month of love and valentine’s. I’m sure you all have some great plans in mind for the valentine’s day and are already celebrating the week leading up to it. And in case you don’t have a plan or a valentine, you canContinue reading “How I’ll spend Valentine’s day 2021”

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan- The “ShehenShah e Qawwali”

I don’t think there’s any desi person who doesn’t know the name of this legend. Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan sahab was born in a qawwal family in Punjab where his father, Fateh Ali Khan sahab wanted him to become a doctor or an engineer as Qawwals were not respected in the society. Thankfully, heContinue reading “Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan- The “ShehenShah e Qawwali””

Apologies in the Modern Day

Hello dear readers. About a week ago, I was teaching this lesson to my student from his English stories book. The book’s name was “A magical place 6” by Orient Blackswan publications and the lesson was called “The Musical Pigeon” by Gerald Durell. The story was about a pet pigeon with a peculiar taste towardsContinue reading “Apologies in the Modern Day”

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