Fallen Peach

Isra. Muslim. Revert. Twenty-something. Hong Kong.
Student of knowledge. Into life, art, poetry, philosophy, travel, psychology, food, different cultures, the extraordinary, kindness, smiles and above all the Beloved.

Most of my posts here are reblogs often related to Islam and the many cultures influenced by it. Peace be upon you :)


Lama Younis: Rethinking psychology and personal empowerment in the Middle East

“I’m not a fashion designer, a blogger or a baker. I’m a criminologist, forensic psychologist and trauma therapist.”
As a children’s rights activist and the first Saudi female forensic psychologist and criminologist in the Middle East, Lama Younis is a shining example for women across the region to empower themselves and pursue their own dreams and destinies.
In December 2013, Younis established the Hissah Enrichment Center in Dubai – named on honor of her mother – that aims to enrich interpersonal, life skills, develop personal empowerment, and address and improve numerous psychological issues facing adults, youth and children.

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You’ll never regret being kinder with your mother.

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A circa 1926 autochrome image by Franklin Price Knott shows a group of men in M’Sila, Algeria.

Cairo - Le Caire - Al Qahira - القاهرة by Bled Runner on Flickr.