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- AbuDhabi, The United Arab Emirates
- member since November 21, 2007
aSh!’s last login was Monday, January 17, 2011.
I agree with you ... that that man in son of his nature which he lives in,,,
and every society has its rules, habits, and diffenent culture ...
but not in this time ,,, you can see all the world now while you are sitting on you chair ....
did you read Herman Hesseh, Nicos Cazantazakis ,,, how long we need to catch their thoughts ,,,
beleive me we are in the back side of the world ...
have a nice day
Am I among your friend whom you borrow books to ?
Any way I m not interested in Arabic books ,,, I read translated books ,,, from Greece, Germany, Italy,,,,etc into Arabic.
as for me I think that we are (the Arabians) 100 years back from them ...
and I m seeking for new thoughts ,, new tecknique in writing ...
have a nice week end friend ,,, see you
I m good thanks
Hundred years of Solitude by Markiz ....
read Love in time of Colera by him ... the best I think
these days I m so busy with Adonis .... I m in a big Labyrnith ,,,,
enti kefik ?
when you have a free time ask me to have share some words if u want
Hala aSh :)
well... I loved Holden, the Whiney Creature, because... he couldn't cope being surrounded by a bunch of people with double faces.. Yet at the same time, he held so much love and concern for the little ones, because he didn't want them to get stained by the materialistic world. He found the little ones so truthful and lovable, which is true.
It is very hard when you find yourself not being able to have the sense of belonging to this world.
The twist which was near to the end could touch me immensely...