Owing to the urge of exploring the art of literature as the medium of discovering something extraordinary about ordinary people and saying with mere words something extraordinary of mere mortals and mortality, literary club is on the voyage of novelty and creation.
Spreading a more vibrancy and meaningfulness on the most debated about topic in the recent years - FEMINISM, the Literary Club recently organised an enlightening TEDx talk. Inspired by the African writer, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s book, ‘We should all be Feminists’, PISJ-ES alumna Wafa Asher spotlighted the very essence of the sensitive notion in a global perspective.
Her eloquent delivery, bold and courageous interpretations, well researched arguments, rhetorical bends and smashes of her talk and thoroughly intriguing interaction with the audience awestruck all the attendees while leaving a long-lasting impression in their minds and rich food for thoughtful meditation.
On this event, the principal Adnan Nasir shared some intellectually enlightening words on the topic which underscored the mesmerism of the entire impression. He said, “knowing ourselves through self-actualization is the requirement of understanding the purpose of our existence in this tiny planet of a vast cosmos. The ability to differentiate between right and wrong, vice and virtue and truth and lie is not specific to any religion, creed, cast or gender; therefore, we must evaluate our doings on daily basis, regardless of our appearances and apparent identities.”