Lunch time. We devoured skewers of the ever-popular Persian koobideh kabob while attempting to squeeze four months of news into a one hour lunch session. Lunch ended.
“Bottom of the 4th quarter. :05 seconds to go, game is tied. Jordan for the win … 3 … 2 … 1 … baaaang!!” We (Zizou and I) sat on the park bench for what seemed to be hours, watching these
Zizou’s eyes (they kill me) … I was reflecting on this short-winded year for a couple of hours today and as I fast forwarded through this eventful year I couldn’t happen but come
I took this picture while walking the streets of Soor (Tyre), Lebanon. What amazes me is the world advances, develops and people upgrade their phones, cars and homes but one
This is the view from my grandparents house in ‘Jal al bahr’, Lebanon. The ocean was their 3rd parent. They learned to fish, swim, play soccer and most importantly live a simple life on these shores. This is the biggest proof that simplicity can lead to great things in this
Truly, a fresh piece of white paper or blank canvas. Pure, innocent and gripping a paint brush with the freedom to define what lays ahead. It’s as if we get to hit the restart button on LIFE, as role models, we’ve been gifted the opportunity to shape, love, and influence the steps that lay ahead. […]
Tyre, Lebanon bound. My heart says … I aspire to change professions and do more for man kind and the greater good. The infinite hours spent doing ‘professional’ work and