Posts Tagged ‘sorrow’

What’s Done Is Done

By Ruzky Aliyar A myriad of matters put weight on your mind. It heaves under the sheer pressure of it. Thoughts, actions, endless precipitant emotions all occupy this undefined space and define your outlook on life. It could be anything and everything: doubts, missed prayers, a glance, a stolen conversation, an act of pride, that […]

Lessons of a Traveler – Temporariness

By Ammar M. Ali “Leave your country in search of loftiness and travel! For in travel there are five benefits: Relief of adversity, earning of livelihood, knowledge, etiquettes, and noble companionship.” – Imam As-Shafi I was born and raised in a small suburb of Houston, Texas called Sugar Land, where I spent the first nineteen years of my […]