Sarah Parvaiz

  • TI watched her leave with tears in her eyes. I tried to read the look in her eyes and what I found surprised me: a strange mixture of sadness and brightness. With promise in her eyes, she took the first step away from me, and I felt her slip away between my fingers. Forever. I saw her leave with a ...

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  • TAt times like the present, I wonder if there exists some sort of justification for violence. Violence against anything, anyone, in any shape; it makes me question if people who actually see through this act are in reality aware of their actual action… and especially how they justify it in ...

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  • TToday I want to share something with the world that is very precious for me. I think I am writing this piece more for myself than anyone else. I want to talk about the man who changed my life. It might sound like a cliché to some but then you’re welcome to move on to the next article ...

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  • THappiness… it’s a very contradictory word for some. There have been a lot of definitions, a lot of theories put forward by learned people, by intellectuals. But don’t you think the meaning and especially the significance of this word varies from person to person? It depends on ...

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  • TThe easiest thing to do in the world, in my opinion, is to sit back and complain about everything around you, including your own self. It always rhymes with things like “why did it have to happen to me?” or “what is wrong with the world?” or even “what did I do to ...

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  • TI have made a promise to myself more than to my readers and that is not to write about politics or religion. Not that I am not a patriotic or a non-believer, I just find politics very hypocrite and unfair and religion being too personal to allow another person to interfere or judge my faith. I ...

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  • TAfter many years, many seasons, many divorces of relations, many smiles, many tears, I pick up my pen to write a few lines. This might be a good idea; or a dangerous idea. But why think so much? This is one of the many aspects of life I have been unable to understand in my thirty one years of ...

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