The world I live in today is not the same one my children live in. How is that even possible? I would argue it’s all about perspective. My reasoning is this: I see the world sometimes from my desk at home where I work; I see the world sometimes from my kitchen window when I’mContinue reading “In My Child’s Eyes”
amaliah.com BY SABIA ALI IN LIFESTYLE ON 31ST MAY, 2022 Throughout my life, both as a child and later as a mother, I have lived across different continents, cultures and climates. I am what I would call a ‘modern-day urban nomad’. For many, it would seem that a life of being constantly on the move – never having the chance toContinue reading “Motherhood on the Move: Lessons From a Modern-Day Urban Nomad”
So today marks Mother’s Day. I’ve spoken about this topic before so don’t want to repeat myself. Suffice to say, I still believe every day is Mother’s Day simply because the status of mother is such that she is always well-deserving of any good favours that come her way. Truth is, a mother’s sacrifices andContinue reading “Celebrating My Children on Mother’s Day”
In conversations with my octogenarian mother, I find I have to often bite my tongue and remind myself that not only is she my mother but also the product of another generation. Since I’ve been divorced, she has countless times lamented the fact that I am now on my own. She worries about my futureContinue reading “Conversations with My Mother”
Well, a lot actually. Firstly, I want to debunk the myth that the gender difference would be a limiting factor. With me being a woman and my sons being, well males obviously, some might think that this lesson will be off to a bad start from the outset. Actually, I think that’s exactly where itsContinue reading “What can a Mother Teach her Sons?”
It’s a known fact that parenting does not come with its own handbook. There are no hard and fast rules about how to raise your children. There is also no single approach to this daunting task and that’s true whether you are working from within cultural, societal or religious boundaries or not. For the mostContinue reading “The Catapult Effect”
Honest advice to parents who think they are always right.
Kintsugi is an art and a philosoply. Through its wisdom, we are taught that broken things can be mended to be even more beautiful and stronger than before.
For years I’ve had a desire to write about that huge chunk of my life called Motherhood and yet all that time I told myself that others would have heard it all before; I’d be writing a soliloquy and speaking on a stage without an audience. Yet I always believed that the experience of writingContinue reading “Why ‘MyMotherHalf’ ?”