I can better call myself as true chameleon. Being mutable and infinitely complex, I adapt to the exigencies of life and ingeniously melt into circumstances like a chameleon. ย I suffer from hyper sensitivity and receptivity. My keywords are communion and vision, and have the capacity to go beyond this world to the one of dreams and the spirit. I am ruled by extreme confusion and chaos, which sometimes get me out of habits to a state of imprisonment where I question myself and find ways to discover another path toward growth and spirituality. I am the queen of my own imagination and illusion who governs her world with all her many facets.

Nothing seems impossible in life to me but to face reality.

Hina Khan Palwasha



26 thoughts on “About”

      1. This confusion should persist because there’s no absolutism in the world; everyone has his own story, own perspectives and relative truths.

  1. Hello Hina,

    I think your blog is fascinating. You are showcasing your work and at the same time you feel the need to reveal a part of your personality out blatantly. I do the same when I write about anything, it helps me makes sense of the world, its almost self healing. Keep it up.

  2. Since knowing reality is beyond our powers, we seize each moment and make our own personal reality of it. That’s the best we can do. Seize life moment to moment, not all in one glorious insight. SP

  3. Quite an introduction keeps folks like me guessing. In Communion and vision the latter is my key word too but pray throw some light on the former “communion”? Your philosophy “to promote personal and spiritual growth” inspires me greatly.

    Have a lovely New Year! ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Well, By Communion I meant “A spiritual connection which you have with your creator”. HE communicates with you in HIS own way. In some secret language without words, expressions or gestures.

      BTW thanks for stopping by and sharing your concern. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. A moon is enough for the light in the darkest night, no many stars! your are brilliant Hina as you understand the reality. you are the moon to enlighten the society.

  5. Thank you for following my blog. When I read this section describing you, it is hauntingly familiar. Your writing (that I’ve read so far) is exquisite and the pain is familiar. I have done a lot of work on myself, so these days it’s more in the past (yet always a work in progress). Thank you for discovering me so I could discover you.

    1. Thanks. I felt the same when I visited your blog. What I felt was you are more close to nature than me. More real and a step ahead. God Bless You ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. The words would get less to compliment, the way you truly echoed the realities, your awesome ideas and the touchy art are really inspiring.

  7. The best About section I have read to date. I can relate to what you say and I’m genuinely really looking forward to reading more of your posts. Brilliant.

  8. This shows a really personal and spiritual blog. I wish you all the best on your journey. Have just read a book Three Gates to Meditation Practice which links a personal journey through Sufism Judaism and Buddhist practices. David Cooper I think. He and his wife go on lots of retreats but also go to live in Jerusalem in the 1980s.

  9. You write with such an eloquence that I hope to be able to emulate one day. Im looking forward to getting lost in your blog and coming out enlightened ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. “Nothing seems impossible in life to me but to face reality.” My own conceptions resonate with your own.

    I very much appreciate the time you have taken to visit http://www.rivenrod.com. Thank you.

    I have a pithy interest in the marvels our tiny planets offers us as well as the glorious and often outrageous antics its inhabitants get up to. You can be sure I’ll catch up with what you’re doing as often as I can.

    I look forward to our next encounter.


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