Monthly Archives: April 2011

Call Me Crazy

If I say I love books, I love to read, I wouldn’t be doing myself justice. What I have for books is more than love, more than passion. It started way back in my childhood. Both my parents loved to … Continue reading

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Is It Too Much To Ask?

Chance had it that I was born and raised in Lebanon, hence I am a Lebanese citizen and as such carry a Lebanese passport, even though I am Armenian by origin. Both my parents came to Lebanon as refugees from … Continue reading

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Confusion

Dalia stepped inside and stood for a moment to look around. She spotted Shadi not far away from her. Oh no, not tonight she thought. She wanted to turn back but it was too late. He was already walking towards … Continue reading

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Honestly!

The Gazette Montreal, in one of the early April issues, had published the following quote by Angela Schwindt as its ‘Quote of the day’: While we try to teach our children all about life our children teach us what life … Continue reading

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I Must Go On, I Can’t Go On, I Will Go On

Once again I have come at a crossroads in my life. Do I go on doing what I do for the benefit of others? Or do I for once quit, turn the corner and start a new page. For me … Continue reading

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Just Walk Beside Me and Be My Friend

Have you ever stopped for a moment what you are doing and looked around you and realized that perhaps you have it all? We as human beings are so ambitious, so greedy for wealth, emotion, power, that most of the … Continue reading

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E-Book Sale – The Lost I

Dear readers, my book The Lost I (Kindle edition) is now on sale at Amazon. Due to the uprising in the Arab world and whatever is going on in the Middle East, I would like the book to be accessible … Continue reading

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“In the name of God, stop a moment, cease your work, look around you.”

Two days ago, while rearranging my library and my desk, I came across my diaries. I am not much of a diary person in the sense that I do not keep a diary every day. However, I do keep a … Continue reading

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Are We To Believe and Agree with Voltaire?

“An elderly woman and a baby were reported among those killed by coalition strikes in Libya’s western mountains.” Does this ring a bell? How many innocent women, children, and bystanders have been killed in Baghdad, or Afghanistan as a result … Continue reading

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