Begging in Pakistan is seen as a criminal activity. But what would force someone to beg in the first place?

I remember the incredulity and fascination of my siblings and I as we would listen to our parents tell us this story of how their marriage was arranged and beg them to repeat it over and over.

The introduction of Kamala Khan, a sixteen-year old, Pakistani-American superhero, as the first female-Muslim headliner captivated the comics world.

How do we navigate these turbulent postnormal times of contradictions, complexity and chaos, of uncertainty and ignorance? What values do we need to pilot our way to a sane and humane new paradigm?