A pandemic in the 21st century silently and swiftly took over the world. This time the species on earth facing the biggest threat is sapiens, yes the Homo sapiens, the powerful Homo sapiens declared control not only on earth but in outer space too, now fighting against a virus. Ever since Homo sapiens ceased to live in harmony with nature, and challenging nature to control it unnaturally invites a strong reaction from nature, for her unique survival and invisible balance nature reacts in different forms from environmental catastrophe to a virus that made the whole world upside down.Read more
Reading has its own universe, where imagination is a telescope, the pleasure of reading and wandering in the world through the passport of a book, read a Poem by a gigantic intellectual, ’I am the Rebel‘.
An old Postal ticket reminds the rebel poet. Pakistan post office issued a postal stamp on 25 June 1968 of 15 and 30 paisa to honour the progressive poet and an intellectual, whereas India issued a postal ticket in 1999 and he is revered as a national poet of Bangladesh. The socialist ideology echoed from past to present and to the future.Read more
We are living in the age of pandemic (covid19), suffering, lockdown, economic and social crisis, health sector limitations and much more. But amidst this some good things emerges out of the chaos to be valued and learned;
Suddenly humans adopted the habit of cleanliness, no more hand shaking and hand washing became a popular universal norm, an effective method to avoid bad germs that cause illness.Read more
An important life changing habit to learn from this lock down is ‘Zero waste’.
The concept of zero waste is not new but not taken seriously by urbanities. How much waste we produce daily just have a look at land filth site where some part of city waste end up probably millions of tons monthly, if this is not possible than at least start looking at your house trash bin, how much waste you or your family produce weekly, and how much of this waste is reusable, recyclable and large quantity of it is a trash bad for humans, animals and planet health?Read more
A symbol of pluralism is no more, RIP Pluralism…
I visited Istanbul in May 2015, almost five years now but the smell of tulips in the air is still fresh in memory. Spring’s colourful manifestation attracts an intangible beauty. A Bosphorus breeze, and a view from and within Hagia Sophia is unforgettable.Read more