Egypt or Morocco?

I’d say, visit both, if you can. Many differences, but also many similarities. Amazing places, for sure.

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I hope to grow old

At this place on Earth

It’s a thought I hold

At my current hearth



I’ve heard people complain

Yet, next year they’re there again

It’s what Egypt does to a person

Genuine is its fun



Impatience with radicalism
Seemed undemocratic
But what if the criticism
Has a point, in what’s problematic?



Politics have come of age
The people’s will no longer in a cage
Now there’s recognition
Of mutual consultation
As part of Islam, we’re past rage


Fortytude (via )

However, don’t allow anyone to brainwash you, sincerely, @D

Several years ago, we were asked to take personality tests at our law firm.  I was one of the most vocal protesters, complaining that it was a waste of time and silly.  I guess I should not have been surprised that I scored very high as to cynicism. I became more aware of my cynicism and I decided in the last several years that I do not want to be cynical anymore.  Cynicism has a negative element to it, and I want to be positive.  Can you change … Read More


The Collective Negativity (via Southern Perlo)

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The Collective Negativity (Click here for an incredible slide show of Egyptian Women from Global Post. See their expressions. Click the title to view the post on its own page. /wr) Dysfunctionalism is always the product of a system, and if one part of the system decides to change for the better, the other parts redouble their efforts to stop its progress. We are witnessing this maxium played out in Egypt’s internal politics, in its multi-state relations, and in its media … Read More

via Southern Perlo