There is one distinct religious traditions that spans further into the past then Judaism, Islam and Christianity. This religion also greatly influenced the practices, rituals, and beliefs these three religions and many others beyond comprehension as a result. That religious tradition is – Zoroastrianism. What is Zoroastrianism? Where did it originate from? Why did Zoroastrianism “stick” with people and how has it survived this … Read More Zoroastrianism: An Essay
Well I posted some of my historical essays so there are a few things now under “H!story with Sa!re” which is just a category that I set up to make things easier to find. I believe, for now, there are 3 things under History and a few more to come. You may have noticed that some of them are dated from 2009 and 2010; … Read More History
Women of the Renaissance helped to refine the soul of the Baroque period by adding sensitivity, empathy and passion to the world of arts and letters through their highly detailed contributions during the Renaissance within the realm of educational reform, the establishment of feminism, changes in Fashion & Design as well as the creation of the Anglican church and by evolving the image of … Read More The City of the Ladies: An Essay
I think I may start posting some of my essays that I did in college. They will, of course, be history related. I’m also thinking about posting some of my short stories as well. Most of my essays have been on this blog before, and at one point, was what got this blog as many hits as it has now. One particular blog about … Read More new tidings
The title is today’s question. My anxiety has been through the roof lately with decisions on whether to go to graduate school (simply for a better paying job) versus pursing my passon (and thus, probably being poor). Anyone in society knows that only the very few (and very lucky) can have it both ways these days. It’s either money or passion? You see a … Read More When to pursue money or passion?
I have been in the medical field for 8 years now and been a Medical assistant for just as a long. I should start by saying in 2009, a year after I graduated high school, my Dad wanted me to go to school but the problem was that I didn’t have a car or a driver license in order to get to school. So, … Read More Nursing
When I was a young teenager (literally around 12/13) I got involved in a deep and ardent love affair. With books. And fearing that this is going to be a lame blog post, I must also mention that my Dad is really the one who introduced me to reading as a hobby. I still remember going into my first bookstore, a small privately owned … Read More Joy & Interests