| This is the 505th story of Our Life Logs | Listen to the audio: Isn’t it funny how we always stick a label on ourselves? From where we were born to what we do, somehow we always manage to tie a label on it. It’s not all bad, though. Some labels act as our family—wearing them makes us proud and feel like a part of something wonderful. And then, there’re the bad ones—they box you … Continue reading Galloping Through the Darkness
| This is the 493rd story of Our Life Logs | Listen to the audio A bird loves to feel the wind in his wings and the clouds brushing his feathers as he flies. It is exhilarating. It is his life. But, when that bird’s wing breaks and he can never fly again, what defines his life vanishes before his eyes. Can such a broken spirit … Continue reading In an Ocean of Darkness
| This is the 482nd story of Our Life Logs | I used to ask, “What is the purpose of educating young girls? What are they good for? Why would I ever want a daughter when I could have a son?” I was born in 1966 in Sahiwal, Pakistan. It is a small city that sits away from the hustle and bustle. Its uniqueness lies in its … Continue reading And What of My Legacy?
| This is the 458th story of Our Life Logs | The rise and fall of the elephant’s trunk Is a masterpiece Carved by the ones who wish to See them thrive. -CSW 1 | To See Something Beautiful I was born in Skien, Norway, in 1961, and as a child, I spent most of my time outside. The more time I spent in it, the closer … Continue reading Debora Niwa, Wife of the Elephants