I haven't blogged in a while. I wanted to last week, but I didn't have the heart to write about what's been on my mind. As a blogger, I realize I look at the world, not necessarily differently than others, but definitely with a focus. "Is this moment bloggable?" I will often think, as others … Continue reading On ambiguous blogging.
Why am I so happy about the start of December? I have nothing against November in theory. But I was so ready to be done with the month. I even changed my calendar to December a day early. I really did not need that extra day. November was a busy month of events, including a … Continue reading Yay! December is here!
It's amazing how reinforcing blogging can be. It reminds me of advice I used to read from "diet" experts about sharing your progress on social media: it holds you accountable. Notwithstanding my many reasons for arguing against this particular advice -- a) not everything needs to be on social media; b) perpetuation of the idea … Continue reading Sometimes what you really need is to talk to yourself — and blogging might be a socially acceptable way to do this.
It's been a while since I've done this, sipping my morning chai as I type away. I'm not really sure how to start blogging again after my month's hiatus. But I know that I cannot without at least attempting to give the previous month its due. Eid began yesterday. Ramadan is officially over. It feels … Continue reading Where do we go from here?
I saw this article the other day and it filled me with such calm: During Lent, a Christian tried praying 5 times a day. While I do understand the author's concerns over the fear of blurring the lines (for e.g. can I as practicing Muslim truly practice yoga? What does it mean that my "yogi" … Continue reading An outsider’s view