…nothing has moved me to write again as much as Hussein Janhmohamed and Fez Meghani’s visit to Chicago for the Enlightened Encounters Program. This program introduced the purpose of the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, Canada to the Jamat and neighboring communities. During an informal discussion, as Hussein shared his personal story, I heard the melody of an awakened soul… His story embodies fear and love, confusion and clarity, tradition and innovation – an endless number of dichotomies and yet, a beautiful reflection of the essential dance between the Universal Intellect and the Universal Soul.
Click here to read Part I: The Launch of the Aga Khan Museum – A Personal Interpretation by Sabrina Lakhani
…he turned to me and asked, “What should we focus our pictures on? What should we be sure to capture?”
I looked at him and felt his love encircle my body, urging me to spread my wings and fly. I smiled and replied, “Numbers and patterns,” and we set to work. It is to him that I would like to dedicate this post, for if it wasn’t for his undying love and encouragement, this post would have never reached completion.
Click here to read Part II: The Launch of the Aga Khan Museum – A Personal Interpretation by Sabrina Lakhani
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