Too Fast by Saadia Pervaiz

For the last eight years, I have found myself speeding through a seemingly endless number of to-do lists. Starting with my freshman year in high school, I blindingly threw myself into a whirlwind of academic, athletic, social, and professional activities, often fighting sleep in order to complete my tasks for the following morning. I distinctly…

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Chapter 1: The World through Brown Eyes

This is the story of my life I narrated it myself. Each of the characters described is real.

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Physical, Mental, and Emotional Battle of the Sexes

Cover Photo by Diego PH on Unsplash Note; I have to think of a better title for this one. Mental health is one of the most undervalued concepts today. Your brain is the entire reason you function and taking care of it is essential. Everyone is  busy studying for exams, preparing and planning for this, or overworking themselves…

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The World Thrives on Public Humiliation

Sadly, public humiliation is a concept that has existed throughout time. It is the dishonoring showcase of a person, usually an offender in a public. Instances of it have existed in most civilizations. For instance, in 1774 John Malcolm, the British customs agent was tarred and feathered after the Boston Tea Party.  In the 1780’s…

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When You’re Still Close with Your Best Friend from 6th Grade

Cover Photo by Sam Manns on Unsplash The best friendships are ones where you do not necessarily need to speak, see, or hear from someone in years, but when you do rekindle that flame it feels like nothing has changed. Even though, everything in our lives have changed. 

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