There are probably a thousand depressing things that I would love to write about right now, to get it all off my chest. Writing those negative thoughts and emotions is often therapeutic. However, I choose not to. You see, dearest reader, I woke up to such a beautiful post from a person I follow on Facebook, I … Continue reading This Kurdish girl deserves a thank you
My days have been tough. In between a dislocated toe, a to-do list that I can never see ticks next to, a research that I am lagging behind in, all that was missing was motherhood depression, sadly that has also knocked at my door for the second week now. I have been in and out … Continue reading Daya Sazan Diaries
In Kurdistan there are two types of people. Type one sit and complain, all day, everyday blaming every issue in Kurdistan on everyone except themselves. These also are the type that sometimes throw rubbish from their car windows, don't obey traffic laws and find it okay to spoke indoors while their kids are sitting half … Continue reading Kurdish couple go beyond just criticizing!
Hello loyal reader!! If you haven't followed #TEDxNishtiman recently then you've been on a different planet (or in one of those social media/ technology detox phases). I was behind the stage, changing last minute scripts and program plans with Mustafa when I saw Azad Mohammad sitting silently, trying to peek to the audience. I couldn't help get … Continue reading My #TEDxNishtiman experience
Loyal reader, Hello from a very emotional blogger! Over the years I have been part of a handful of different charity campaigns. A number remain close to my heart. Some surprise me and take me by a storm, others are quiet disappointing. Some leave me in tears of happiness, others tears of pain and depression. … Continue reading Kurdish Clothes For All
Please join us in donating your Kurdish clothes which you are no longer in use of to poor families who can not afford to purchase new ones this Newroz. We are collecting used Kurdish clothes (or new ones) of all sizes, parts, and colors for both genders. They will be distributed to poor families in … Continue reading #KurdishClothesForAll
I have so many dreams. One of them is made of bookshelves that touch the roof, smell of coffee that gives me a morning energy sensation, chocolate when I please and a place filled with words. Everywhere you look there are words, quotes and you know what? I wouldn’t even mind if books were floating … Continue reading At the Book Café