PsychologyJanuary 24, 2018

Everlasting Happiness – What Is It? And How Can We Attain It?

Reading Time: 6 minutes  What does it mean to be happy? Is it only the feeling of joy as many of

HistoryJanuary 22, 2018

What Does The Agricultural And French Revolution Have In Common?

Reading Time: 4 minutes  Although thousands of years apart the agricultural revolution and the French revolution are very much similar when

ArtJanuary 17, 2018

How Political Conflict Affects Art

Reading Time: 5 minutes  What roles do conflicts and wars play in art? And how can artists be political through their

SocietyJanuary 15, 2018

Take a Power Stance against Corruption

Reading Time: 4 minutes  The world needs to take a step back and stand against a major hurdle to its development: Corruption. Consider this: 1 trillion dollars and another 2.6 dollars trillion are stealthily put into the wrong pockets every year, the first paid in bribery and the latter stolen through other corruptive means. These figures give corruption

ArtJanuary 11, 2018

Louvre Abu Dhabi (@LouvreAbuDhabi) – A Dream That Came True

Reading Time: 3 minutes  Opening Louvre Museum in Abu Dhabi as the first universal museum in the Arab world put the

SocietyJanuary 10, 2018

When Certain Comments Cross The Fine Line Of Privacy #thisisabuse (@DFWAC)

Reading Time: 4 minutesReflecting on the latest awareness campaign #thisisabuse by DFWAC, some of its causes and how to cope. “So, you finally got pregnant after so many years of marriage!”, he said in a demeaning tone. And I was mortified. I had only met him twice before, yet this man had the audacity to openly comment on

PsychologyJanuary 3, 2018

Emotional Abuse Is Not Acceptable – #ThisIsAbuse (@dfwac)

Reading Time: 4 minutes  Many families can be abused without knowing that they are. This article talks specifically about emotional abuse

Self ReflectionDecember 31, 2017

Countdown to New Year’s Eve

Reading Time: 3 minutes  An overview of how New Year’s Eve celebrations have evolved over time and the extravagance associated with it in modern times. The start of the New Year has been celebrated for centuries in many different ways and on many different dates. January 1st was declared as the first day of the year in 46

HistoryDecember 29, 2017

Why I Want To Be A Historian

Reading Time: 3 minutes  Reflecting on why I chose social history as a field of study for my Ph.D., and why

LiteratureDecember 24, 2017

5 Tips for Every Bookworm Visiting A Middle Eastern Book Fair

Reading Time: 3 minutes  Here are five tips to make sure your experience of a book fair was worth the wait

ReligionsDecember 7, 2017

Friday Prayers Should Cultivate Peace, Not Traffic

Reading Time: 4 minutes  Mosques are a place of peace and respect, but why is it that some people abandon these

Work LifeDecember 4, 2017

Are We Planning For Our Post-Retirement Life?

Reading Time: 4 minutes  What activities should your retirement plan include and how can you ensure you can finance it. I

SocietyNovember 30, 2017

The Year of Zayed: a Timeline of Previous Achievements and a New Year’s Resolution

Reading Time: 4 minutesHow do we express our love and gratitude towards the father of this nation during the Year of

CaricatureNovember 29, 2017

Sail Caricature – What Came First?

Reading Time: 1 minute  Another addition to our caricature section in Sail Magazine. “An Eggcellent Question”

PhilosophyNovember 27, 2017

Moral Obligation: Libertarianism vs. Communitarianism

Reading Time: 4 minutes  Debating the morality of libertarian and communitarian philosophy. It is 1942. The 2nd world war has been

Book ReviewsNovember 23, 2017

#BookReview Origin by Dan Brown

Reading Time: 3 minutes  In the most recent book in the Robert Langdon series by Dan Brown, the author takes us