September 10th 2016

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A humid haze thickened the mountainous spaces and perplexed the cut and drying hay.
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A tribute to Gaza by Nadiaharhash

Gaza…a tale of love and resilience If Amos Oz grew up in Gaza, his autobiography would definitely be of that love and anything but darkness. It is resilience that defines every single aspect of these people. I cannot call them my people. They are in a level that is way beyond … I always […]

via GAZA, A TALE OF LOVE AND RESILIENCE — nadiaharhash

The Love Letter

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I think of myself as a regular reader. Ever since I started reading blogs I have come across some amazing pieces written by people whose conviction to their cause oozes out of each every word they write. While reading them I get teleported to this alternative reality where I can be a part of the writer’s world, see what she sees and feel what she dreams, an amazing experience in itself. While each blog gives me a different experience to cherish, yet some out of them stand well above the rest. They make you wonder what mythical powers the written word holds? How easily reading half a page of script created with emotional sincerity and simplicity can outweigh loads written on a subject. I am a romantic, I like to believe in fairy tales and unicorns and magic carpets. While rationality and logic might well be an absorbing topic, but…

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