Sheraz Khan

  • Why are marriages unsuccessful and if they are, why do we try to keep marriages as sacred cows? Where shall we start from, is it the society or is it the individual? No man living in a society is safe from the vicious dogmatic beliefs that he himself, may carry through extreme conditioning. Our ...

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  • I come to an end, where life turns to seize effort, like water in a stagnant pond. I see, I hear, I feel, but I may regret if I enunciate my intentions; but who so cares, let me rid myself of an encumbrance, of what I carry inside. I lose optimism, when the burdens of this contemporary world, draft ...

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  • Senator Mark Hanna was known to be a very famous political campaign runner. He was once asked that what are the most important things for a successful political campaign and he replied, "There are two things that are important in politics. The first is money and I can't remember what the ...

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  • In Ovid’s Metamorphoses, he articulates the most familiar form of the Greek myth of Daedalus, a skillful craftsman. The myth says that he was imprisoned by the king, along with his son, Icarus. They couldn’t escape the prison through sea or land due to the strict security, so Daedalus ...

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  • “Mother died today. Or, maybe, yesterday; I can’t be sure”, the first line of The Stranger, a novel written by the famous French author Albert Camus. The title character learns of his mother’s death through a telegram. A question arises on perception of reality, through the ...

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