Parwana Fayyaz

Joined Jun 2010
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About Me

In 28 August 2009, I was connected with AUW(Asian University for Women), where I found the real wings of my high dreams.
I was not able even to dream about a place like AUW before joining this community, but when I see myself among of them. I feel I am dreaming, I see my bright future holding my hand and calling me with loves and hopes. Therefore,from the core of my heart I touch every sign of my future's planning at AUW, whatever it says I make it true for myself because everything is new for me;so, I want these things to be real for ever. While I found this Real Wings at AUW, I started thinking about flying to the highest part of my wisdom for searching of the thing that is still unkown for me, but I believe that one day this Real Wings makes me fly as high as I want. At first the way of finding this Real Wings was gifted by my dear brother Ali Yasir Fayyaz, then Jamal uddin Fayyaz, my father was the third person, who made me to think about getting of this Real Wings, and then my dear mother made it possible for me to be ready for getting it. I took the high expectation and their blessing for coming to AUW. While I saw air plane infront of my eyes, it really made my soul to fly, and my mind to think about flying in the wind of my dreams. In the plane, it was a very unkown feeling inside my heart. While the clouds were passing from my eyes, I felt for a while that I was not from this earthen world, where is full of violent and discrimination. All of them inspired me alot , and these things made me to think about the joyfull and peaceful life. For the first time, I felt a strong woman when I saw Ms Jill Davis, she gave me hope of being a real person only in a real world. While I found myself a woman, who has confident and trust on her abilities. I started to think about my people, who don't feel eachother's pain and always cause pain for eachother. I started from myself, I killed the old thoughts and taughts of my inside, which was given to me by old people. I cleaned my wisdom with love and kindness,and I rescued my spritual mind from negative thoughts. Today, I see myself in a real world with real dreams, which is granted to me by AUW. I call it Real Wings. Thank you AUW. Student Discrimination, violent creative writing, good communication, and helping women and children

My Vision

A world without of violent, hunger, and fear

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Parwana Fayyaz commented on In Between Years Oct 24, 2012 Parwana Fayyaz commented on Tears and Voices of Afghan Women Poets Apr 29, 2012 Parwana Fayyaz loved The Definition of 'Security,' 'Lack of accountability,' 'Transparency,' 'Fairness,' ' Social injustice,' and 'Corruption' by An Afghan Being. Mar 31, 2012 Parwana Fayyaz commented on 8 March: Women's March Mar 21, 2012 Parwana Fayyaz commented on Breaking Fear: A Local Story Becomes a Global Solution Mar 21, 2012 Parwana Fayyaz loved 8 March: Women's March Mar 16, 2012 Parwana Fayyaz loved Breaking Fear: A Local Story Becomes a Global Solution Mar 15, 2012 Parwana Fayyaz commented on Save the Date, March 15th | Live Web Seminar 42: Legal and Policy Challenges of Protecting Civilians in Syria Feb 29, 2012 Parwana Fayyaz commented on A Letter to Fathers of Afghan Daughters Feb 27, 2012 Parwana Fayyaz commented on And the Walls Come Tumbling Down Feb 16, 2012 Parwana Fayyaz loved A Letter to Fathers of Afghan Daughters Feb 13, 2012 Parwana Fayyaz commented on The Shia-Sunni Conflict: Discrimination at the Heart of my Afghanistan’s Suffering Feb 06, 2012 Parwana Fayyaz commented on Evidence, Restraint and Blogging Jan 27, 2012 Parwana Fayyaz commented on I am Egypt: Bridging the gap between US vs. Them Jan 23, 2012 Parwana Fayyaz loved The Shia-Sunni Conflict: Discrimination at the Heart of my Afghanistan’s Suffering Jan 23, 2012 Parwana Fayyaz loved Story angle for module 2 writing assignment Jan 10, 2012 Parwana Fayyaz commented on Story angle for module 2 writing assignment Jan 10, 2012 Parwana Fayyaz commented on The Little Girls became Literate Women of Taliban Time Jan 10, 2012 Parwana Fayyaz loved The Little Girls became Literate Women of Taliban Time Dec 29, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz commented on Rising from despondency to hope: The tale of a healer Dec 12, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz commented on Von Johnson: a "mirror" lighting disabled families. Dec 12, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz commented on Women’s Education under the Taliban Regime Dec 09, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz commented on A Love Story from Kabul Dec 08, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz commented on Introducing myself and my journal: Young Women for Change Dec 08, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz loved Voices for Gulnaz; the Victim of Rules and Society; A Piece for 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence, Nov 29, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz commented on Voices for Gulnaz; the Victim of Rules and Society; A Piece for 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence, Nov 29, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz commented on Incredibly Impressed Nov 21, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz commented on Safety, Security and Gmail Nov 17, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz loved A traveler, a lover, I am not alone Oct 22, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz loved In Dream of A Pair of Shoes; Oct 13, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz loved A Vision of Self; Devotion for Others Oct 01, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz loved Educating Women Instead of Pursuing Warfare Sep 23, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz loved Mercy, Magic, and Miracles Sep 16, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz loved Afghan Women live in Web 2.0, Sep 07, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz loved Escape to Ghazni Province in Afghanistan (1994-1995) Jul 18, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz loved Far From Afghanistan, not Connection In Afghanistan Jun 02, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz loved My Story Awardees Announced Apr 21, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz loved Born in War Torn Decades: 8th March 1990 Feb 27, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz loved UN Women Jan 09, 2011 Parwana Fayyaz loved UN Women:You Are the Last Hope for Preserving Our Dignity Jan 08, 2011