Lamenting the indiscriminate nature of children being born to any parents. If only there were parent qualifier exams.
"Maybe i am a very moderate person but when it comes to parenting i am an extremist.
I honestly believe and pray that those who loves to be moms and dads should be, it's an amazing gift, but not everyone should, not at all."
Take the parents of the 3-year-old alcoholic. Yes 3-years old...
"Everybody heard about yesterday, how proud everybody became, and how organized everything was, to the point people got out of their shells, and actually had Great expectations for a March 15th that will bring things to the right order…"
There's a 'but'..Probably one of, if not THE, factors that prevent peace.
Chapter 9 of a series Ola is writing. Catch up by linking back!
"The next morning, the village was unusually calm. Nothing seemed out of the ordinary, children ran to school, women gossiped at front doors, peasants held their shovels over their shoulders, looking like they were carrying the burdens of the world with it, but I knew very well that none of them carried a burden as that which my father carried.
We didn’t sleep all night, waiting for someone to notice the unopened grocery store. Noura and I didn’t say a word while my father kept desperately trying to ensure my mother that there was nothing to be afraid of."
"It is hard to believe now that once the Tour Eiffel was an unloved monument by the Parisian people, and they requested many times to demolish it after the end of the universal exhibition."
On the Eiffel Tower's revolutionary roots: "The structure was built between 1887 and 1889 as the entrance arch for the Exposition Universelle , a World's Fair marking the centennial celebration of the French Revolution."