I used to have a few blogs back in my late teens and early twenties. A time in my life that i was rather unhappy.
An overweight man with a child’s brain, an outcast disliked by both the losers and the cool guys.
It is amazing looking back at my ramblings as a 19 year old man, it has made me conclude something.
The transitional change that occurs within us is unstoppable, i thought today at 28 i am the same
guy that i was when i was 19 but reading my writings and opinions back then make my former self
sound like a complete stranger (and a bit of a douche).
My philosophical views, my behaviour and my treatment of others was almost at another level.
I am inspired to blog again, this time knowing that i am well established with who and what i am,
although i am open to a whole other level of transition i know at this stage i am the happiest i’ve been.
This blog will be a whole range of topics and items- often talking about taboo objects and i love to hear
the opinions of others- both who agree and disagree. I have figured on Youtube there is a lot i want to say,
yet my projection is often the cause of my muddled overall message.
I will be posting on war, famine, religion, politics, media, inspirations, stories of courage and hope from around
the world and not to mention personal ambitions and fragments of my own writing which i hope for a 2013 release.
I aspire for the world to become a better place, to clear misconceptions and media bias especially
in regards to Islam and i hope to spread a message of unity and community.
Although i never went to university nor even tafe i have managed to establish myself relatively successfully.
I’d rather know a little about everything, than everything about something. So – welcome to my blog,
i seek knowledge and i seek to understand why this speck of dust in this universe called Ramey is here-
and what i could do to leave my mark in this universe; which at some point will whither to the dust as us.
Peace, Salam Alaykum.
“Let’s try hard to stop insulting each other and to prevent all kinds of violence.”
~ Muhammad Iqbal (November 09, 1877 – April 21, 1938)