Manifesto For Change

Established as a sovereign state meant to defend the rights of a Muslim minority in the Indian Subcontinent, and to provide a setting for the experimental implementation of Sharia' Law in a modern state of the rapidly changing world, Pakistan came into being on the 14th of August, 1947. Its constitution, agreed upon in 1965 after several amendments to the initial draft, was a document that ensured social justice, financial equilibrium, freedom of speech and faith, the equal rights of men, women and children and the availability of all necessities of life. Continue reading

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Surfaces and Depths

One needs observance, other requires skill. One accepts answers readily, the other likes to question. One keeps you in bliss, the other reeks of reality. One is definitive, the other is presumptuous but logical. One lacks bravery, the other boasts recklessness. One is convenient, the other less so. One tames, the other liberates. One cripples, the other creates. One lives, the other truly lives. Continue reading