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I have so many things to say about the Invasion of Gaza; so much rage and disgust to express.

But every time I start to, I feel as if I’m just banging my head on a steel wall - a wall formed by the ignorance of mankind and shielded by the hatred that man possesses.


Alhumdulilah, just alhumdulilah.

For everything. For my family, for my friends, for all the blessings I’ve been given, for the body I’ve been given, for the intellect that I’ve been blessed with, for the love I have received and been taught to give. There are so many things wrong with the world; so many things that are going wrong and could go wrong and are in the process of being so terribly wrong. If it teaches me anything, it’s to be thankful for this little piece of peace I’ve been given. I am humbled, because really I don’t deserve any of it.

Mass Effect
Ending this game for me, was one of the most emotional experiences of my gaming life. I have never been so emotionally attached to the characters of a game before, nor to it’s world. I sincerely wanted everyone to make it out of the war alive, I wanted everyone to still have homes and families at the end of the desperate conflict that the game is formed around.

There were a few scenes that actually made me tear up. Having spent more than 150+ hours over the span of the three games, I was really knee-deep in the lore of the game. and the last moments of the game really hit home - showcasing the intense desperation and tragedy.

If you haven’t played this game before, I REALLY recommend you pick this up and give it a go. A wonderful and entertaining experience. I finished it days ago, and I still can’t help but go back and just appreciate what a masterpiece this was.


Sleep, Pray, Play and Repeat.

So I haven’t written anything in such a long time (correction: I have been writing, just not on here).

I’m hella late, but it’s Ramadan for all us mozlems. Naturally, I’ve been giving myself a WHOLE lot of down time. May and June were beautiful, but they were hella tiring. I worked a lot, I hung out a lot, I traveled the world, and I saw more beauty that I could have ever imagined.

I have a lot I want to say, reflections that I jotted down in my journal while I was traveling I would like to revisit and flesh out - but for the time being; I’m going to continue being lazy.

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remember when the gameboy advance sp came out and it had a built in backlight plus a built in rechargable battery and it was like all of our prayers had been answered

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I think perfection is ugly. I want to see scars, failure, disorder, distortion.

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