Readers of that blog know I'm haunted by several persons. A friend, an uncle from my mother, and other people. It's hard to deny there's a kind of war going on. Sometimes it's difficult to see the war: East vs West or Man against Man? One thing is sure though: your allies will be critical … Continue reading What If The Dead Had Lost A Battle?
Today I want to write about mirrors. In the coffee shop I go to every day (Cantina Sociale in Ashrafieh, Beirut), there's a big mirror in front of you when you go order something. In the 19th century, America's town made sure the saloon had mirrors so you can check when someone shoots you in … Continue reading One Simple Reason To Take Care Of Your Mirrors.
Today I want to write a tribute to the city. We were looking for a long time for a jungle where we wouldn't risk our lives on a daily basis. The complexity of the animal reign can be summarised very easily: watch out for allusions. I know what you think: it's still a jungle. Okay … Continue reading What Can Compare To The City Jungle?
Today I was asking my uncle what I should write about. He told me to write about love, as if people still wanted a new point of view on this dodgy subject. Lately I thought my definition of love was very simple: it has to be intense. If it's not intense, then this is not … Continue reading What New Delirium About Love Do We Have?
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?
Lately, I was a bit sick and tired because I felt the Ancients had lots of fun and we are paying for their mistakes. But there's a game called Defence of the Ancients that helps me wonder if we're not too severe and cruel with those we can't understand. Yesterday I had an illumination: I … Continue reading Where Did The Ancients Go Wrong?
Lately, I was wondering if humans could be jealous of animals. After all, they seem to have a clear point of view on life. I have met so many beautiful dogs in my life that sometimes I'm wondering if I couldn't bring back some animality in my life. I was browsing the web on this … Continue reading Are We Really Animals Or What?
This post was inspired by Manic Depression from Jimi Hendrix. War is a frustrating mess and people might suffer from shell shock. A subconscious effort! At first, I wanted to talk about sabotage in this post. Any unexplained adverse condition might be sabotage. But then I remembered many people still stuck here on Earth; you … Continue reading The Blues At The Source Of War
A serious music insight by Bruce Springsteen in Human Touch makes me wonder if everything has a price. Like getting up every day and going to a coffee shop. What if everything we do, feel and think had a price? Today, I was browsing my Facebook and I'm a fan of the band Cake. They … Continue reading Another Message By Another Prophet