Feelings: A Precursor to Hell?

Suhail Alhamady In this social climate, emotional division has, overwhelmingly, corrupted the purity of reaching for a constructive, rational discussion, and ultimately an approximation of various products of thought, between opposing parts. The consensus, in this day and age, has… Read More ›

What’s Nutrition?

Ghaida AlMatary – Yemeni Dietitian The internet will tell you various definitions of nutrition, let me explain to you what nutrition truly is. Nutrition is the dinner table where you are sharing how your day was with family, it is… Read More ›

Day 23

By S. Tonsy Lockdown Day 23 11:11 p.m. I make a wish from my bed, already covered and set to sleep. Writing in my diary is the “last” thing I do everyday since the start of this lockdown. I am… Read More ›

Listen to the Kittie

Esra’ AlNaggar While cats understand faster than dogs they are harder to be understood. Here are few tips to help you better comprehend that furry, super cute, bundle of joy. I love dry food but I get bored of it,… Read More ›

A Queen for 48 Hours

Ann Hultberg “Honey child! Grab yourself an RC Cola and straw and wet your whistle,” perked up my grandma as I flew through the front door of her apartment, eager to spend the weekend. Calling me honey child, her pet… Read More ›