A Nap…

A Nap…

By Adnan Mouhiddin

He is napping. It might be that he is tired walking the city, trying to sell tissues. Or it might be that reality has become unbearable, so he closed his eyes for a while and made it to the dreamland… Dreams are free and are for free, you know? Continue reading A Nap…

Loneliness

Loneliness

By Adnan Mouhiddin

Sitting by the window in Starbucks close to my work, I observed, for few minutes, people passing by, running to the nearby station or other destinations. People from all faces, colours, and ages. Millions live in London, yet loneliness is one of its major issues. Continue reading Loneliness

Is Crime a Young Man’s game?

Is Crime a Young Man’s game?

By Adnan Mouhiddin

The Criminal Justice System in England and Wales recognises young people to be between the ages of 10-17 years, young adults 18-20 years and adults 21 years and over. Answering the question becomes crucial when we consider that the crime data differs in accordance with these different categories. For instance, of the total people sentenced for indictable offences in the year ending March 2016, 6% were young people, 9% were young adults and 85% were adults. The Youth Justice System in England and Wales works to ‘prevent offending and reoffending by young people under the age of 18’ (YJB, 2017:5). Continue reading Is Crime a Young Man’s game?

The Trinity

The Trinity

By Adnan Mouhiddin

The Trinity is God; the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. A very controversial topic which is mostly avoided by Christians but used and quoted by non-Christians – usually in their attempts to discredit the faith and to associate it with non-sense and illogic. The Trinity happens to be my favourite subject in the Christian doctrine along the Cross and Jesus. Continue reading The Trinity