Poem: The Art of Liberation / The Liberation of Art

“The pain of the past Carved in our hearts The faces we lost In the midst of the chaos History is the pain We evolved from & unchained Yet, we still wonder Can we survive our future Because, time is fragile Doesn’t always heal, is not agile At least togetherness remains Like a bright roseContinue reading “Poem: The Art of Liberation / The Liberation of Art”

#CharlieHebdo: The Thin Line Between Freedom of Speech & Discrimination

Freedom of speech has always been a tricky issue for me, as the word “freedom” itself is too. Without doubt, it is a right that every person should have. But I have always believed that my freedom ends where the freedom of others starts. And I apply this to freedom of speech too. You areContinue reading “#CharlieHebdo: The Thin Line Between Freedom of Speech & Discrimination”

Ferguson, Hong Kong and Mexico: When Oppression Gets Too Far

I’m a person who likes to be positive, hopeful and peaceful. I believe in the power of wise words and wise actions. I think that there is always light at the end of the tunnel. I consider hate and violence a poison. I try to see the good in this world everyday and be gratefulContinue reading “Ferguson, Hong Kong and Mexico: When Oppression Gets Too Far”

My Own Concept of Feminism (In Relation to Sexualisation)

I’m going to talk about an important issue which is now subject to a lot of debates and arguments: feminism and sexualisation. To begin with, it is important to define feminism, because the ideas of what is feminism vary amongst the public. The Oxford Dictionary defines feminism simply as “the advocacy of women’s rights onContinue reading “My Own Concept of Feminism (In Relation to Sexualisation)”