Car bombs are now being used in Syria-- main square in Aleppo blasted
Published October 4th, 2012 - 09:13 GMT
Car bombs and golden eggs in Syria-- trying to make sense of the most recent conflicts in Aleppo and how they fit into the bigger picture; deep thoughts on life and what matters; and the Lebanese are surprisingly happy people.
Car Bombs Rip Apart Saadallah al-Jabiri Square in Aleppo
Aleppo and Damascus are the two geese that lay Syria’s golden eggs. The revolutionaries must take them from the regime. The problem is that the regime cannot allow the opposition to have them alive.
It will have to kill the golden geese rather than give them up to the enemy.
Last Monday October 1, 2012 something took place in Qardaha , the home town of Syrian President/tyranny Bashar Al Assad and his infamous clan , the Alawite stronghold in the mountains of Latakia.
8 people have been killed in the city of Qardaha after a fight between "El Assad clan" and two other clans in the city "Othman and El Khayar". There are two versions of the story as usual.
So, keep in mind that life is now! Live and value every present moment because this moment is going to be your happy memory in the future. Don’t afraid to take a risk. Go for what you want to do but afraid to do. Be happy not cautious.
The New Economic Foundation issued the Happy Planet Index for 2012 showing how well are nations doing to keep their inhabitants living a good life, while ensuring to maintain the conditions for future generations to do the same.
Anyway, the report shows Lebanon in the 69th position with a life expectancy of 72.6 years, which is quite surprising knowing how much we nag here!