Category: Kainat Azhar

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Saudade*– A Short Memoir of Depression

“I am a collection of dismantled almosts.” – Anne Sexton, A Self-Portrait in Letters Part 1: Fossils Leaving behind the curse of my depression, I am holding hands with the clock and moving forward. Each step I take marks my new territory – I am a savior, I whisper to...

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Hope in Trying Times

– Kainat Azhar Brown. Like the stain left in a cup of coffee when it is not washed for days. As a child, I had never liked this color. I loved chocolates but their color I hated. Brown and blue. “The sky is blue, God loved this color so that...

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The Othering of Our Own Kind

– Kainat Azhar  “The hottest places in hell are reserved for those who, in times of great moral crisis, maintain their neutrality.” – Dante Alighieri 2.15 AM As the night darkens, I sit alone in my room. The world around me has drifted to sleep. I usually share this lonely...

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Have You Heard About Noetic Science?

– Kainat Azhar Human mind is complex, so is the man’s quest for knowledge. From the day God has sent him on this earth, he is finding ways to conquer the world using the power of his brain. Whosoever has read Dan Brown’s “The Lost Symbol”, Noetic Science is not...

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Music and the Human Mind

– Kainat Azhar Music, as defined in some junior physics class, is the type of sound energy that has a recurring wave pattern. The history of music is as old as the human beings on Earth. In the ancient Greece, poets sang their poems while roaming around the streets. A...