Fizza Abbas

  • I tried to recall Archimedes Principle today. At first, I was confused as to how to understand the basic principle that became a source of history's infamous Eureka, and some thoughts of experimenting it out myself in the washroom secretly aroused in my mind. But I kept them at bay by absorbing ...

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  • Last night, I was reading a story Lumber Room written by Hector Hugh Munro, better known by his pen name Saki where he draws a contrast between the world of an adult and a child. Nicholas, the male protagonist of the story, has been introduced as a witty and smart child whose imagination knows no ...

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  • The international multi-sport event for those athletes that have some disabilities is known as Paralympics. This event is held under the governance of the International Paralympic Committee. This year, the event is expected to be held from 7th September to 18th September 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, ...

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  • It is so difficult to exhibit feats of courage in a society that doesn't accept women as a potential human being of the feminine sex, instead finds ways to create obstacles for them to hinder their growth. In a society, where a woman is considered weak, vulnerable and fragile, it is commendable if ...

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  • Last night, I was reading an essay by Alpha of the Plough that brought me into the world of enlightenment. Saying Please is an essay that speaks volumes about the current status of those moral values that had had once inculcated in us to make us aware of the actions that are occurred, in the light ...

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  • Sexy is not the word that you should use to describe the nooks of a female body, since it confines the whole concept of femininity to your sense objects— limiting it to the finitude of your sight— something which imprisons the cognition of a person, enslaving it to an extent that it ...

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  • We want to fill our life with the spirit of love and happiness, but how many of us do actually wonder the reason of us being deprived of them? Hardly one or two percent. We are so busy in desiring and striving to get our desires fulfilled that we don't focus on the reason of us being the way we ...

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  • Thinking is a process that helps us expanding our horizons but if we continuously keep on thinking about a particular object, it becomes overthinking, and overthinking takes away our peace, and in return, gives nothing. We get restless and start panicking. Though we are laypersons but still ...

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  • It is a universally acknowledged fact that death is an inescapable reality. Whatever we do, wherever we go, the shadow of death follows us every second. Since long, writers have been writing about death, but the way Virginia Woolf has enumerated the inevitability of death by using moth as a prop in ...

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  • We have read many articles and essays that bring those troubles to limelight that are often neglected to give people an idea of what kind of a life a woman lives. D.H Lawrence has done the same by keeping the flair of creativity and novelty intact. He has written many essays but Give Her a Pattern ...

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