True Colours

  “You’re actually friends with that smelly Paki?” Nick might not remember at this point, but I do. I don’t exactly remember what happened next. Nick might’ve punched the kid in the head, or maybe he annihilated the kid by launching into a vicious tirade in Greek. Probably the latter in this instance since we […]

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From Hyderabad With Love

    Thy divine compassion radiates in fullness through the heart of the mother. Hazrat Inayat Khan I begin by invoking the words of Hazrat Inayat Khan. Inayat Khan is probably best known for being the harbinger of Sufism to modern Western society – one of the first true ambassadors of Islam in North America. […]

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Political Science

A man lives by believing something; not by debating and arguing about many things. Thomas Carlyle I don’t know whether its fear or wisdom that has kept me from being anything more than a casual observer of political events. Perhaps its both. Perhaps fear and wisdom are synonymous in this case. The fear of the […]

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Burnt Bridges

The end of a melody is not its goal: but nonetheless, had the melody not reached its end it would not have reached its goal either. A parable. Friedrich Nietzsche A million clichés are running through my mind right now to try and describe how we were. We weren’t two peas in a pod. We spent way […]

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