Some months ago, I came in touch with artist Aquil Virani who told me that he was planning to publish a bilingual art anthology titled “Ottawa Inshallah”. This project is designed to represent Muslims and strengthen the communities through pluralism, futurism, and arts. “Ottawa Inshallah” project has received the “City of Ottawa’s Diversity in the…… Continue reading My Poem “Open Letter to Climate Change Activists” Is Published In Bilingual Art Anthology “Ottawa Inshallah”
I have always been in tune with the weather since my lucid dreams get influenced by these changes. However, during some of my recent dreams, I have received visions of weather that is very much out of control. During these moments, after becoming lucid, I feel that my soul cannot make it to the designated…… Continue reading Why I Have Started To Experience Strong Weather More Often While I Am Lucid
Before you read this, know two incredible facts about me: 1) I am a lucid dreamer; and, 2) I have high levels of the stereodepth vision. If you feel dumbfounded after reading this, know that you are not alone. Even I feel like this when I gaze at the world through my eyes! But, all…… Continue reading Something Is Wrong With The Sun
Canadian youth and adults are challenged by a fast-paced system and a politically charged environment where many are aware about the need to promote awareness of relevant international and local issues. A film festival like One World Film Festival (OWFF) thus plays a pivotal role in shaping opinion by empowering citizens. People who are dwelling…… Continue reading How “One World Film Festival” Raises Awareness About Global Issues
My mom used to sew with the help of a sewing machine. Unfortunately, I was never introduced to the sewing machine—I learned Chinese cooking from a professional when I was just a teenager. I started learning sewing on my own because after my first couple of tries with the needle and the thread, I started…… Continue reading Why I Like Sewing?
My Story Here are two reasons why I went to The Parliament of World’s Religions Toronto 2018 event. Several years ago, when I was still in my twenties, I met a wonderful Chinese-Canadian woman. I was fresh from Pakistan where I had lived in a city that did not had Internet or libraries. I only…… Continue reading My Visit to Toronto 2018 Parliament of World’s Religions
Helping your child think differently than the rest isn’t easy, which is why I recommend smaller families instead of larger ones. But, once you have triggered the right thought at the right time, then it is actually designed to last for longer than you can imagine. Here is one of my personal experiences. My parents…… Continue reading Helping Your Child Think Differently