“When written in Chinese, the word crisis is composed of two characters — one represents danger, and the other represents opportunity.” John F. Kennedy
While the whole world seemed to be in despair with the pandemic Covid 19
crisis, we all needed that ray of hope to built upon.
Abdul Basit Syed, a British Indian social activist who is the founder and
Chairman of an International NGO “World Humanitarian Drive (WHD)”
believed the best way to illuminate the surrounded gloom in peoples lives
during this crisis is by giving hope of inspiration to humanity through words.
He has inspired many people from different countries to stay at home to
break the chain of coronavirus outbreak by his multi-language digital
campaign posters and initiating an International poetry contest “Covid Times
Poetry” commenced last week.
Abdul Basit Syed is determined to break the barrier of fear of Covid 19 by
promoting hope through people’s inspirational poems.
The competition is to encourage every individual during this lockdown to
ideate in kindling their poetic skills to motivate humanity around the world
even from inside their homes through this online poetry contest.
This is the first time in human history a global poetry competition has been
organized to save the planet through everyone’s inspiration from inside their
home and collective efforts, emphasizing the oneness amongst all, the
the contest is open to all languages, nationalities and age groups.
Poems are sequentially posted on Instagram: @whd.org.uk for the winners to
be picked and honored with the “WHD Humanitarian Award.”
Please send your poems to inspire the world from your home
WhatsApp +44 794 632 8097 or email: [email protected]
#You Inspire_We Award
#U 2 Can Write
#Let Your Words Inspire From Home