To find out that someone is taking Fast in Ramadan, despite being a non-Muslim, is as much as surprising for me as it can be for you.
Month of Ramadan is here, which means changes in daily schedules and routines. But hopefully, I will try to stay as active as I can on my blog.
Here is my entry for Nancy Merrill’s A Photo a Week Challenge: Golden Hour
Islam and Christianity, two opposing sides with faith and beliefs of their own. The world has seen conflicts between the two in past and the recent events, as put in motion by “The Chosen One“, the need for an understanding between both sides is far more crucial than anything else.
And this is already happening, in a place where you might least expect it.
Despite what is going on in the world today and what the “chosen one” is signing upon everyday, people of the world are still what matters the most. Because you, me, our families and our friends, we are the world. We shape the very world we live in through mutual understanding and cooperation.
Yesterday, PIA flight 661 crashed near Havelian, Pakistan. All 48 people on board lost their lives.
Among one of the deceased was Junaid Jamshed.
Light shines up the path brightly at night in this snap I took of my local Mosque. Continue reading “Which Way Challenge – Towards The Light”
For past one month, Muslims all over the world were celebrating the holy month of Ramadan. So what happens after spending a full holy month of fasting, praying and showing obedience to ALMIGHTY ALLAH?
The roots of Sufism are very deep in Pakistan. In all major cities of the country, there is at least one shrine of a local Sufi, which attracts devotees in large numbers.
Today, lets step in the shrine of a 16th century Sufi, Shaikh Bhirkhio, who belonged to the Suharwardi order of Sufism.
How we see ourselves?
How we see others around us and understand about who they are and what they do? Continue reading “To The World That’s Quick To Judge”