Tag Archives: Hope

The Essence Of The World A Flower

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Thoughts Amidst Chaos

In 2012, I participated in writing an anthology entitled: Demanding Dignity. Few days ago, I came across the book again, and started reading the lost hopes and wasted aspirations of Arab activists who dreamt in a better world, including me. … Continue reading

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How Syrians stay hopeful in the face of civil war

The following article I wrote about hope and determination and was published by Global Post website. I am writing here the first two paragraphs of it, to read the full article please click here.  International media coverage of the war … Continue reading

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Hope Springs Eternal

Hope springs eternal in the human breast; Man never is, but always to be blessed: The soul, uneasy and confined from home, Rests and expatiates in a life to come. – Alexander Pope, An Essay on Man

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Hope for The Kitty

Many people are praying for you, praying to different Gods and in many languages. You are dear. I just want to know where you are. Do you remember how much we loved cats? You always brought a cat to the … Continue reading

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Hope Wanders Aamong Ruins

This article is written by one of my favorite Syrian writers and novelists, Khaled Khalifa.  This article describes what Syrians feel toward the hypocrisy and lies by international community and world politicians. I am translating and posting it here.  Hope … Continue reading

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