Nadia Hashimi

“As children inch their way into adolescence, the parent changes. He is an authority, a source of answers, and a chastising voice. Depending on the day, he may be resented, emulated, questioned, or defied. Only as an adult can a child imagine his parent as a whole person, as a husband, a brother, or a son. Only then can a child see how his parent fits into the world beyond four walls.”


Nadia Hashimi, When the Moon Is Low
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When the Moon Is Low When the Moon Is Low by Nadia Hashimi
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