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 Topic: Muslim/British/Pakistani Identity crisis

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  • Muslim/British/Pakistani Identity crisis
     Reply #30 - April 08, 2017, 04:54 PM

    Though I would say my identity crisis( not yet resolved) has formed probably the most important part of what I am and that I have learnt a great deal from it, I would definitely give them all away in exchange for the privilege of never having to spend a minute thinking about the issue. If life is all about getting a ride and having fun, there is simply no glory in spending half your life trying to fix the car that has nothing wrong in the first place.

    When you are on your deathbed you will be proud of or regret little things that you have or have not done; not your ethnicity, birth community, nationality, politics or other vocabulary used to describe this cruelest process known as human history.
    I don’t have an answer; I just hope you could proceed with your life whole heartedly despite these.
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