The Lion, The Jackal and the Fox

On a Spiritual Teacher’s Advocacy of Self-Abnegation as Godliness

The Predatory Nature of Those Who Seek Power. Photo by Lemuel Butler on Unsplash

As I packed for my three-day stay at my mother’s house last month, I dialled down to zero, any expectations of empathy for me, any appreciation for my efforts towards her well-being, and any acknowledgement of the decades of emotional cruelty meted out to me by my brother and female siblings.

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I’m an artistic writer who loves to use pen, paper, clay and computer to support self and societal health, empowering thru the light of truthtelling stories.

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Aza Y. Alam

Aza Y. Alam

I’m an artistic writer who loves to use pen, paper, clay and computer to support self and societal health, empowering thru the light of truthtelling stories.

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