Posts by: Hanan Asghar

The Psych behind My Logy

By Hanan Asghar   To be or not to be has always intrigued my mind since my adulthood. When I was a child, all I knew was I will be going to a medical school. However, I ended up having an UG degree in psychology.As a kid who received all…

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Drones for Feeding?

By Hanan Asghar What comes to your mind when you hear someone saying “drone”? Hey, I did not mean to attack nor wanted you to think about attacks but this is how each one of us would have reacted. Have you ever thought of how can we use the same…

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Jay Vee En Route to Natural Photography

By Hanan Asghar Everyone loves to capture the beautiful nature in order to receive a flashback for the moment that soothed his soul. Jay Vee is not different than us when it comes to capturing images of beautiful nature. Having witnessed the ownership of a professional camera, Jay Vee decided…

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What do Volunteers Stand for?

By Hanan Asghar What do volunteers stand for? Here’s what: Vivacious discussions that give insights on challenging situations Outreaching the disadvantaged sects to promote hope, radiance, and comfort Lending a hand to promote a positive change towards human development Understanding the grounded reasons that strengthen life struggles Navigating means to…

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Emotions of a Kid in Revolt

By Hanan Asghar What you see as an ocean is an aquarium for me What you see as sea is just a wavy serum for me What you see as sun is a fire ball for me What you see as stars are burning desires for me What you see…

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The Burning Paradise

By Hanan Asghar The pathway stood silent and composed. The breath of icy meadows was transformed into a sky of black smoke that arose from the demolished houses and nature was witnessing the eminence of dream chasers whose ambitions were ripped off by the mighty bullets, bombs and missiles. The…

In: Conflict Zones Opinions Social Issues

‎Emotions of a Syrian kid

By Hanan Asghar Image source: www.handsyria.com Insurgency, I feel the soul of air with an array of gloom Insurgency, with every drop of blood that trickled on the soil of my origin I was born free but became victim of creed I am no longer allowed to be free days…

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The Pen is Mightier than the Sword

By Hanan Asghar This phrase coined by Mr. Edward Lytton perfectly describes the era that was characterized by political unrest, imbalance of power and additional disparities that were further aggravated by the “inattention, neglect and discount from the female whom I love”. Above all, if we cosset the composition of…

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