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Reluctance to Meditate

Ena explores the concept of meditation and talks about her journey and experience with different meditative practices such as breathing.

The Ultimate Street Party @Shoreditch

Sell-Out party organizer, Six-degrees-society presents a new event, The Ultimate Street Party is coming to Shoreditch will last from Saturday 8.00pm to Sunday midnight! This event will not be in an actual street but fantastic re-created in-door…

Wrong time to come out

Why is Kevin Spacey's coming out so harmful?

We've Got it All Wrong

“Are you hungry, brother?” I came back to reality after my mind wandered whilst observing the men vacate the room after concluding the afternoon prayer. It was about 2:30 in the afternoon. The day began to roll down after the noon…

The Importance of Stories

Stories are our legacy: the lives we lived but also the dreams we have for the future.


#MeToo doesn't come as a surprise, but ask yourself if you too have done any of the above things to let this happen.

Coconut Culture

Skin colour and body image has always seemed to be something that was at the forefront of conversation when I was growing up. I identify as a person from a mixed background, I had a white maternal grandmother so if we are going by fractions,…
Are you missing out?

Are you missing out?

Every morning we go through the same ritual. We wake up and check if we have new messages on Whatsapp, answer quickly to some of them, ignore the group chats. Then we move on to Facebook, check notifications, new friend requests and our memories.…

The Issue of Business Expansion in Central London

Paddington is one of the few high-density residential neighbourhoods of Central London. It’s a business districts and in general a place where people from all walks of life can thrive well under the essence of community cohesion. Among…

2017: The year voting became cool again

At around 9pm on the 7th of June, the eve of the general election, I put the phone down feeling nervously optimistic after a conversation with my 19-year-old cousin. He insisted all his friends in his home city of Coventry were voting, and even…