[Photoblog] 2018 in Review: I did all this?

2018 was my ride or die. It was full of moments that left me in awe, put my capabilities in a trial, overwhelmed me with joy and with its last bit, challenged me with deep sadness as well. I love the photoblogs because it has always been hard for me to see the small successes….

Problems: Suit and Tie

A solution to all of your problems… The answer is actually quite simple. But, you wouldn’t read the whole article if I gave it to you right away. Unless— You are one of those people who flips the book, reads the very last page, –it is usually something like this “And, they walked away, holding…

American CEOs, Politicians and “the impossible” Pluralism

The following content is confidential, and there are no titles or names given that would put anyone in danger. Although I do not identify as a Christian, this post explores the Christian worldview and its approach to vocation through guest speakers from Washington, DC. All Abrahamic religions, in some way or another, are based on…

[Photoblog] What you and I have been waiting for.

A quite hello from me, I’ll try one more time. Hello. I miss writing here. I have a lot that I have been holding close to my heart that I would like to share with you. I’ll try justify why I haven’t been able to pour myself out to Hazal’s Camera. My time in Washington,…

Future

3 am: Woken up by external noises. 4 hours long “The Best of Classical Music” on YT. Headphones on because external noises are louder and more consistent. Steam is downloading “Civilization V” demo. Oops, it’s completed. I’ll be right back. Legit 3 am: I was overexaggerating how late it was before. I am surprised my…

Interview with a Buddhist

Upon participating in a religious studies course in my university, I had the privilege to interview a Buddhist. I find all religions fascinating. As I talk with people of other religions, it makes me realize how most religions have similar fundamentals. Buddhism was the one religion I struggled the most to understand. This pushed me…

On Religion…

As we are in the month of Ramadan and I am being asked many curious questions from my social circle, this post has been long overdue… You may call it a coincidence but I am currently attending a religious studies summer course, and being in an environment of diverse ethnicity within a Christian school, I…