A Persian, a Turk, an Arab and a Greek are traveling to a distant land when they begin arguing over how to spend the single coin they share in common. The Persian wants to spend the coin on angur; the Turk, on uzum; the Arab, on inab; and the Greek, on stafil. A linguist passing … Continue reading A Parable
But the stabs in the sugarcane have turned it into a flute! Take care of yourself as no one is willing to do so.
In every meter of Egypt there is a Job (Ayyub), Patiently remaining poor in a strange manner. In every town of Egypt there is a Jacob, Whose son was taken away from him and told that the wolf ate him. And in every seaside in Egypt there is a Jonas, Who drowned in the sea … Continue reading A Mere Story
If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito in the room.
Woman is a delicate creature with strong emotions who has been created by the Almighty God to shoulder responsibility for educating society and moving toward perfection. God created woman as symbol of His own beauty and to give solace to her family. This is a quote of imam Ali, the fourth caliph showing the importance … Continue reading A Caliph, Kayla Meuller, And Farkhunda
We are all deserving, and we do not need permission or an invitation to exist and to step into our power!
Before the internet, the gap was wider as each community was well-versed in its traditional lore only. Now, you can make friendship with people overseas while you are plopping down on your sofa through your cellphone. Nonetheless, we are suffering from those trolls behind their keyboards! Two years ago, an Egyptian cook has decided … Continue reading The Meaning Of Religion As A Religious Woman