Rumours have it that Heroes is going back to its roots, trying to overcome it’s fall in ratings by returning somewhat to some of its original concepts. As I sat down to watch the new episode, I couldn’t help but hope that this episode would be somewhat of a return to Season 1-style Heroes, back… Read More Review: Heroes, Season 3, Episode 15 a.k.a. Volume 4, Episode 2
Human rights is an issue very important to me, particularly so in some places. For example, I keep a closer eye on what is going on in Iran than in other places in the world – including, sometimes, my metaphorical backyard. Yesterday, Shirin Ebadi granted Democracy Now! a short interview. After having spent the last… Read More Iranian Nobel Peace Laureate Shirin Ebadi on Democracy Now!
Here is an article that provides great food for thought, especially if you let yourself out of your comfort zone to really explore its implications. If you are a regular Sahar’s blog reader, I would recommend you taking a peek at this article, because it is bound to inspire at least a couple of posts… Read More From MacLean’s: Post-racial America?
An interesting forward made its way to the top of my virtual slosh pile – i.e. the emails marked non-urgent that tend to accumulate alarmingly fast these days. While I have a secret fascination with some celebrities, I have long ago taken a step back from tabloids and gossip columns, choosing to spend more time… Read More Gotta love little siblings
The great part about having a blog is not that I get to share my opinion, but rather that I get to enter into meaningful discussion with readers who take the time to message me. I love it, even if I don’t agree with them and even if the reader has something to say that… Read More Sahar’s blog, successful enough to irritate!
I don’t know how they do it, but somehow the writers of Supernatural manage to make a show about demons, freaks and monsters a continued source of reflection – at least for me. While most Supernatural episodes make me think of something or another, Season 4’s second episode, “Are you there, God? It’s me, Dean… Read More Supernaturally inspiring – How the Winchester brothers not only entertain me, but make me think (perhaps a little too much) – part I
All the serious thinking of the last couple of days has given me a bit of a headspin, so I’ve decided to take it a little easy today. So should you – if you have thought as hard as I have ;). So here is a little something funny for today’s post. Enjoy!
It’s not easy, putting yourself on the path to self-improvement. OK, I take that back, for it might be the understatement of the century. It’s hellacious, putting yourself on the path to self-improvement. Admitting to yourself that you have issues is already hard enough. Pinpointing them is even harder; then you have to describe them… Read More Perseverance – when the heart just won’t get clean
I really like this particular sentence, and I think it would be a great motivational sentence for any grassroots community organization looking into tapping into the better side of each human being. The question remains – how? Unfortunately, I don’t think there is one single recipe for each and every person. And I think that… Read More Clean off your hearts, people of the world!
OK, enough already. It’s been four days – more than enough time for Barack Obama to get down and cracking. And it’s about time that the rest of us to also get to work. First order of business: we need to figure out how, as a society, we got ourselves into this big, fat mess… Read More Roll up them sleeves, we’re getting down to business