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

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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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