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Story angle for module 2 writing assignment

To leave our hometown, people, and our belongings in order to find refuge is quite tough for every human, especially for a child. When we lose our own land and home by force of another gloomy group, we always start searching another home, country, and place, as immigrants. In this case, you never feel a child or to belong to any place; thus, you always feel being a grown-up like your parents and elders striving for good job, place, and money.
I believe, that we feel grown up because we are misplaced by war and violence. Also the big political games take us to shadows of reality in the history of mankind’s desire for power. Thus, this history shapes and affects us as we grown up and sees the world. This period either grants us sensitiveness for life and living or brings anger for revenge during war, displacement, and violence. This sharpened manner reinforces my people to become aggressive or to give up the love of life and die under the enemies' power.
Today in my Afghanistan an undefined politics authorize my people's freedom, the men see freedom and braveness by dominating women, and the women feel empower by violating another women's rights.
Thus, I am writing about the effects of war and displacement in my people's history as my story angle for Module 2.
I am writing for a change in my people’s mentality to come to their own real consciousness by giving up the unvalued power of ruling others. I want my people to have common sense for each other. I want my people to come back from refugee camps and build a refuge in Afghanistan to build our new country. My main message is hope, joy, and peace for Afghanistan.
Thanks,

Comments

usha kc's picture

Go girl,, waiting for full

Go girl,, waiting for full article.

Okeny-Lucia's picture

Great!

I am impressed by your charisma.I will be waiting to read the intriguing story from a difficult country ,where I only associate with war and opium smoking.Tell us more.You are brave woman.Thanks

Lucia Buyanza
Reproductive Health

parwana fayyaz's picture

Dear Friend:

Thank you dear Lucia:
I am hoping that you like my front-line journal as well. It is my first time I was writing on a very complicated, confusing, and unspoken issue in Afghanistan. So, I hope it will come true and important from now on.
Thanks
Bests
Parwana Fayyaz

Rachael Maddock-Hughes's picture

Timely idea

Great idea Parwana. I just want to make sure that you make the story personal. A frontline journal should be about something that affects you-we want to know about your personal experience on a topic that is timely and important to you. I think you can very well do this with this topic!

Cheers,

Rachael

"In every human heart there are a few passions that last a lifetime. They're with us from the moment we're born, and nothing can dilute their intensity." Rob Brezny

parwana fayyaz's picture

Dear Rachael:

Thank you so much for your guidance.
I have got some good comments, I am working to bring it in the way it should be.
Thanks
Bests
Parwana Fayyaz

EllenWingard's picture

Your voice and your story

Dear Parwana,

When I hear your voice, you touch a universal chord on how this personal experience of displacement has also given you a global mind and heart beyond boundaries. You illuminate the truth of what justice and empowerment will look like when home is a refuge within. Thank you for your inspiration.

Warmest regards,
Ellen

parwana fayyaz's picture

Dear Ellen:

Thank you so much for your note.
We all are connected with the universe of without boundaries. And I am living in this universe since I have learnt and been with some very inspirational women around me.
I am so glad to meet empowered women as my adviser, mentor, friends, and fellows.
I do live in a universe without boundaries and everyone else can do it too. Because human has a very significant common thing with each other, which is imagination. This imagination takes us anywhere, anytime, as anyone we want to.
Thanks,
Parwana Fayyaz
"If you want to build a ship, don't drum up the people to gather wood, divide the wok, and give orders. Instead, teach them to yearn to the vast and endless sea."Antoine de Saint Exupéry

My dear Parwana

Thank you for your note of beauty, you just described true visioning! A bow of gratitude to you for sharing your expansive heart, imagination and intellect to change the world!

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