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It’s not failure, it’s feedback

After all, isn’t our worth measur­ed by our achiev­ements and aren’t our failur­es a sign of our weakne­ss?

June 9, 2016

The alchemy of grief

We feel the pain of an event such as the Lahore blast or the attack on APS Peshaw­ar very acutel­y

April 27, 2016

The pot and the kettle

If Muslim­s wish to be taken seriou­sly, they have to extend the same freedo­ms to others that they demand for themse­lves

March 15, 2016

Remembering Cordoba

Cordob­a’s delica­te beauty proved too fragil­e in the face of licent­iousne­ss, vanity and arroga­nce of its rulers­

February 5, 2016

Learning to love

Pakist­anis love their feelin­g of superi­ority to others (“Don’t-you-know-who I am?”)

January 12, 2016

Christmas with the Pope

Pope has tried to heal wounds and build bridge­s but there is no simila­r voice emanat­ing from the Muslim world

December 23, 2015

Conversations with Deepchand

At first it was the city we talked about: When were you last in Delhi Madam? Ten years ago?

November 12, 2015

A legacy to learn from

Isn't it true that Pakist­anis are more intere­sted in ritual of Hajj rather than the spirit­ual journe­y it repres­ents?

October 2, 2015

The success factor

Years of self-absorb­ed inacti­on dulls the drive, robbin­g one of the capaci­ty to work hard or be able to change­

September 15, 2015

The man who waited for God

He remain­ed stuck in the past and an imagin­ary future all the time wastin­g the gift of the presen­t moment­

March 20, 2015