Women in the Middle East but more in the world at large 'live with a never-ending-to-do-list, and the pressure to get that list under control triggers stress."
"Are working women expected to fill their household roles when maintaining an executive high demanding job? To retain warm food on a table, or attain and reach out for a dream career? A solid boundless debate around what women are expected to be doing in this late 21st century."
Despite the word out about how evolving marriage relationships have become when dealing with balancing a home and a career, nevertheless I can clearly say that Lebanon is still dispersed in its bedrock 20st century aura...
An absentee blogger returns, reiterating her inaugural wish for Palestinians to do the same.
"Now, The Promise was a 4 part tv drama shedding light on the Palestinian – Isreali conflict. Switching between 1940′s and present day Palestine, Peter Kosminsky wrote this compelling drama about an 18 year old girl, Erin (played by Claire Foy, pictured above), tracing her grandfathers life (Len, a British soldier played by Christian Cooke) in Palestine."
A blow by blow account and critical personal review of the Oscar experience 2011. If you weren't there, or at a TV screen, you're there now. And you're treated to the final verdict of this state of mind, that the standard or quality of Oscar shimmering elegance is at the mercy of the industry's need to impress the younger more hip, post-ironic tweeting and entertaining and peer-sharing minute-by-minute through soundbites and jokes at the expense of any occasion no matter how lofty. Oscars, politics, war-- all are just as accessible to the parodying fierce facebook frenetic chattering commenting classes.