Tuesday, September 16, 2008


Life can be a bitch sometimes...!!!

But after all we can’t get whatever we wish for in life, otherwise it won’t be life

Wednesday, February 13, 2008


I’ve always thought falling in love is hard, I’ve always took my time before falling in love again, I mean you can’t meet someone and suddenly decide that you are in love with him!!! But I guess people tend to overflow themselves with the chance of meeting and greeting and be indiscreet with new faces, So then you get to explore the possibilities of these new relationships, be whoever you want and with whomever you want, however you want - why go back to a blur relationship? Yes inventing one or reinventing a relationship in the context you like to be in…god why do I always have to Itfalsaf
So I met this amazing guy went out for a couple of times, and from what went on I guess we just clicked, time went by and yes I totally like him a lot but…
yes yes there’s always a damn but
I don’t want to go into details, but its either him or me that is mortified of showing emotions, I admit I do have feelings for him I tried to show him but I get no respond, so then I backward and pause, then he totally freaks out of my reaction then I become confused, and those butterflies in my stomach really aches I thought of waiting , but am tired of waiting, and the I LOVE YOU word is always on the tip of my tong, so I’m going to do this over here, hoping that one day you gonna read it…I Love you precious lover, partner, friend :)

Thursday, January 24, 2008

History and the Nation

By the side of a rivulet that meandered among the rocks at the foot of Lebanon's Mountain sat a shepherdess surrounded by her flock of lean sheep grazing upon dry grass. She looked into the distant twilight as if the future were passing before her. Tears had jeweled her eyes like dew-drops adorning flowers. Sorrow had caused her lips to open that it might enter and occupy her sighing heart.
After sunset, as the knolls and hills wrapped themselves in shadow, History stood before the maiden. He was an old man whose white hair fell like snow over his breast and shoulders, and in his right hand he held a sharp sickle. In a voice like the roaring sea he said, "Peace unto you, Syria."
The virgin rose, trembling with fear. "What do you wish of me, History?" she asked. Then she pointed to her sheep. "This is the remnant of a healthy flock that once filled this valley. This is all that your covetousness has left me. Have you come now to sate your greed on that?
"These plains that were once so fertile have been trodden to barren dust by your trampling feet. My cattle that once grazed upon flowers and produced rich milk, now gnaw at thistles that leave them gaunt and dry.
"Fear God, oh History, and afflict me no more. The sight of you has made me detest life, and the cruelty of your sickle has caused me to love Death.
"Leave me in my solitude to drain the cup of sorrow- my best wine. Go, History, to the West where Life's wedding feast is being celebrated. Here let me lament the bereavement you have prepared for me."
Concealing his sickle under the folds of his garment, History looked upon her as a loving father looks upon his child, and said, "Oh Syria, what I have taken from you were my own gifts. Know that you sister-nations are entitled to a part of the glory which was yours. I must give to them what I gave you. Your plight is like that of Egypt, Persia and Greece, for each one of them also has a lean flock and dry pasture. Oh Syria, that which you call degradation is an indispensable sleep from which you will draw strength. The flower does not return to life save through death, and love does not grow except after separation."
The old man came close to the maiden, stretched forth his hand and said, "Shake my hand, oh Daughter of the Prophets." And she shook his hand and looked at him from behind a screen of tears and said, "Farewell, History, farewell." And he responded, "Until we meet again Syria, until we meet again."
And the old man disappeared like swift lightning, and the shepherdess called her sheep and started on her way, saying to herself, "Shall there be another meeting?"

Gibran Khalil Gibran

Wednesday, January 02, 2008

2008 Resolutions

Looking back on my last year I realized how full of activity it was. As a resolution I can straightforwardly say it was a comfortably busy one. Well no big achievements but not bad too it was a good year …lots of changes, traits and mentally wise. Being stable in my current job…been also a year since started it which is an achievement heh I tend to change jobs a lot.
Stared and ended a relationship. actually short term relationships aren’t really my type but that was it!!

Met lots of amazing people made good friendships, traveled 3 times in one year that’s cool too, Been to lots of events and concerts. Been working on my little private business hopefully it will flourish in the upcoming year.
I usually don’t write my new year resolutions but what the heck they always say write down what your aim for so you remember them,so my 10 resolutions for the new year are:

1. Quit smoking ( yea I say that every year but this year am gonna try for real)
2. fit in fitness
3. learn something new ( maybe a new language, maybe some new craft course, or even going back to learning Salsa)
4. get organized ( I’m a big mess no need to explain more)
5. fall in love (hmmmm no comment)
6. get involved in more activities
7. help others
8. go back to writing and blogging
9. enjoy my life and be thankful
10. give love to my family and friends

Well welcome 2008 goodbye 2007 wishing you all a blissful and perfect year