As some of you have noticed (and sent me numerous emails about), there are a couple of Fringe Season 2 reviews that are missing. But never fear; they have been written. I just haven’t uploaded them on this blog yet. And while I love order and neatness, I have to go against the kind of… Read More Catching up…
Apparently, I went on a summer hiatus, as evidenced by the lack of posts in the last couple of… Well, no need to quantify that statement! But the Summer Hiatus is now over! Sahar’s Blog is back in action. But don’t expect full-time blogging until September; after all, summer isn’t over yet!
Dear Sahar’s blog readers; You might have noticed that I haven’t posted anything new in the last 9 days – and if you haven’t noticed, I prefer not to know. In any case, there is an excellent reason for that – I have been catching up on my reading, which, you have probably guessed, is… Read More An apology… Or a confession?
Yes, it’s true, after a week off I am back to blogging! And it feels great. I do hope you missed me as I much :). Now the fact that I took a week off from blogging doesn’t mean it wasn’t on my mind most of the time. Quite the contrary – I have taken… Read More She’s baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack!
So I’ve been wondering (surprise, surprise). Am I the only one that seems to think that we live in a society in which we are wired to worry? It sometimes feels like worrying has become a sport. Although the mental image associated with an Olympic event of worrying is quite amusing, the reality isn’t quite… Read More Another day, yet another question
So I’ve been thinking. Yes, it happens, and it sometimes yields interesting results. I’m a Baha’i, and in the Baha’i Faith we are told we should personally investigate the truth and figure it out for ourselves. Through independent reading, analysis, conversations and consultation, we are encouraged to find out the real meaning of truth –… Read More Let the random musings and constant questionning continue…
Bangladeshi group BRAC awarded world’s largest humanitarian prize October 17, 2008 – 8:17 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS GENEVA – The world’s largest humanitarian prize has been given to the Bangladeshi non-profit organization BRAC for helping more than 110 million poor people with microcredit and basic services. The US$1.5-million Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize goes each year… Read More Bangladeshi group BRAC awarded world’s largest humanitarian prize
Before you call 1-800-KILL-HER, do give me a chance to explain myself. If I don’t end up surprising you, then I’ll dial the number myself. I’m not saying that taxes are easy to pay; I’ll be the first to admit that seeing, right beside the money that should be going into my bank account, the… Read More The evil that are taxes… Or are they?
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