I take with me the henna on the palm of my left hand. It is drawn by a woman with kind eyes and whom I do not remember the name of. I take with me my suitcase that still smells of ESI and my sneakers that are caked with Indian soil from the Lion Fort of Sughdad. I take away friendship and love. I take away with me an orange journal that is still half empty.Read More
I have been home for a day, but the memories of Niswarth still live vividly in my mind and heart. Right now it seems nothing more than a huge cluster of sensory inputs and emotions: all those sceneries, sounds, smells, and joyous moments that we spent together.Read More
These past three weeks have been some of the most important weeks of my life.Read More
I would have nothing in common with the people in this roomRead More
that love and friendship aren’t limited by time or cultureRead More
The importance of creativity and togetherness:Read More
I wish I could look out of the window all day longRead More
I wish to be the wish. I really wish.