With the progression of time there has been innumerable technological advancements and an influx of digital media that has immensely effected the average individual. With its initiation gradually every human being has been made a victim of virtual media and are now even slaves to it. Be it from your cellular devices to laptops, tablets, […]Read More How the Influx of Digital Media Affects Mental Health
Thought and mind can unravel the mysteries of anything and everything. They are the brightest color on the dullest day and the warmest cloak on the coldest night. They encase and envelope everything around us, from a single thread in the ravines of our brain to the clump of paint on a canvas, to every […]Read More Mental Health – A Discussion
The human mind at times can make the soul feel nothing less than a pile of carcasses. As if, reality punches you in the face and tells you to wake up from your utopian ideals and to look for once towards the people that actually matter. This is relative. It is often in life that […]Read More The People We Love.
A Hand Made to Kill As the struggling flower bud sprouted at the rim of the rock that obstructed its extrinsic growth, the intrinsic ambition remained unhindered. And as the gusts of invigoration persevered through the adversity and the vice of mankind, Wahshi persisted as a beaten devil in conquest of his sanity as the […]Read More “A Hand Made to Kill” – A Short Story by Imaan Siddiq
A Proactive Present As her eyes gazed into the farthest distance, She stood there with the strongest resolve. With her unfaltering will. Did she finally etch her existence through the ravines of injustice, With her stance of empowerment? Was she on the path of righteousness or doomed to an ever-lasting punishment? For who is to […]Read More “A Proactive Present” – International Women’s Day 2020
A Creed of Disconnection I can sense the disconnection. A feeling of familiarity, But a loss of symbiosis. As it is but a word of utterance That shatters the sanity, And the hands quiver, The eyes lose sight, And the body shrinks into the void of sullenness. I can feel the nostalgia, Of the […]Read More “A Creed of Disconnection” by Imaan Siddiq