Saudi Arabia: Now What?

The King of Saudi Arabia is dead. His successor? Crown-Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud. This is an opportunity for Arabs to vent their frustrations; duly, since Saudi Arabia is one of the wealthiest countries on the planet, while the Arab people remain largely part of the third world. This vast oil-wealth, coupled with the establishmentContinue reading “Saudi Arabia: Now What?”

Why Syria is not like Libya, Egypt, or Iraq: 1) Syria is the only secular arab country (a western principle) 2) Syria initiated economic reforms over a span of 40 years that redistributed wealth and allowed for upward mobility for disenfranchised classes 3) Syria has combatted internal and external ideological fanaticism, mostly from the MuslimContinue reading

Conformity

Social conformists are so lame. They aren’t just lame, they are bundles of stress, anxiety and misery. How ironic. Sheesh.

Why are some things taboo?

Sex, drugs, vulgarity, honesty, bluntness…why are all of these things taboo? Is there such a thing as too much freedom, or is that fear talking? I think it is a mixture of fear, insecurity, jealousy, shame and pride. Some people want to succeed. Others want to be flawless and make others inferior. It is aContinue reading “Why are some things taboo?”

faith

do what you want.

when all the stars align

it’s perfect.  

a stream of consequence

All I want is to work, Until at some point I may find, The opportunity to succeed, In doing what I do best. Creativity, that art which flows, so naturally to me composed, of all the emotions I have yet, None of which I do regret. Only then may I find, A peace that isContinue reading “a stream of consequence”

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