Sahar Unplugged

The Summer of Grieving

As the seasons change from one to another, we inevitably feel a change within ourselves, no matter how subtle. We might experience this change within as fluctuating energy levels of our physical bodies, in the food we are drawn to eat or cook, the colours we are attracted to wear, or the time that we feel it’s time to go to bed or wake up. [more]

My Brave New World!

My brave new world is about adaptability! I honestly believe, that being stuck can be a meaningful experience and that when the wind doesn’t blow in the right direction – it’s time to reflect and change directions! [more]

#InstaInfluencer on Social Media

would you buy something just because a total stranger, who is unknown to you personally, says or wears something, regardless of that fact that it may be an awful “object of desire”, badly designed, or simply something that does not suit (nor needed) at all? [more]

True Love …

I felt that I must figure things out on my own. back then, feeling the way that I did, the only way I knew how to deal with the situation was to be hard on myself. [more]

A Blessing in Disguise

As a child, I was extremely quiet and shy. Some of my friends and family can’t probably imagine that I was as I am quite spoken and express how I feel when the situation demands it (at my discretion course). [more]

Are we having an Identity Crisis?

On the one hand, it often seems to me that a cry for independence, or individuation, is analogous to a youngster who seeks to assert his own identity; sometimes at the peril of others or the common good - as in case of North Korea. [more]
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