There's a song I like from a French artist called Yves Montand. In this song, he is bold and concludes the song by saying that "when a soldier comes back from war, he was only lucky and that's all". Were you lucky if you're still alive today? After all, everybody experiences some kind of war. … Continue reading Were You Lucky If You’re Still Alive?
Some days you make sense. No one can deny that. You and I we happen to be a part of that crazy scene. That's why I'm going down on Wall Street. And I'm going down on jealousy. We don't know if it's fear or desire. What was that drug that takes us higher? Was it … Continue reading What Was It That Made People Crazy?
The song Misirlou that Quentin Tarantino made famous reminds us that a diaspora can be a real window on the world. That must be why a country like France decided that its population should have a quota of strangers. And I'm part of that machiavelic plan since I'm Lebanese and was accepted in France. Needless … Continue reading What Does It Mean To Be A Quota?
OK now let's be a man about it: this blog will never be profitable. Even my sister and my aunt refuse to donate to the blog. Sometimes I wonder why and sometimes I know why: secure payments. I've paid 50$ a company called "Grow Traffic" to send traffic to my blog. And they did deliver. … Continue reading Why I Won’t Blog Anymore Except…
I know blogging is a conversation or maybe about problem solving. But there's something about love and space that makes me weak. I remember this movie called "Intolerable Cruelty": you're exposed! Now we know why we still haven't colonised several other planets: something there makes us weak. But let's remember the Phoenicians who explored the … Continue reading How Can I Bore You Today?
Today I was interested in Amal Alamuddin and George Clooney. The reason behind this is that I dated a law student during 2 and a half years. And I'm still a bit shocked even though I knew a lot about hell already. So George here's my advice: watch out, she's an amazing woman but she … Continue reading Lessons: My Path To A Meaningful Life.
France is a great country and was central in the Age of Enlightenment. Voltaire was one of their most lucid conscience and considered war as if you were spring cleaning. Only the fittest of the fittest shall survive. At the end of the show, people felt it was a test but they wished they never … Continue reading What Is War Like For Our Leaders?
Today I was listening to one of my favorite song. I started the day listening to a song from Scorpions I like (I don't like all Scorpions song but they have 1 or 2 excellent song). Anyway, in the song, Scorpions was talking about children of the sun and I started crying. I was born … Continue reading Can Love Break The Promise Of Hope?
Last time I had an intense emotions, I was listening casually to song and suddenly fell on my mattress as if I had one Roland Garros or the World Cup. Maybe that's because every victory has a taste that's bittersweet. But I remember from that day that I felt my body as if it was … Continue reading How Emotions Can Help You Adapt.
Lately I was wondering what could go on in the heads of the Presidents that were in duty while I was alive. I imagined a president's adviser who tried to persuade him that life was a game of poker. Thus he should allow people with lots of money in the country and try to take … Continue reading What’s Your Point Of View On Life?