Tag Archives: XXI century

Destiny Matters

None possesses his Destiny. Neither Djins nor Humans do. This statement, made by a Djin from one of my favourite movies, made me ponder. Indeed, what of our Destiny does belong only to us? The Quran declares that everything happening … Continue reading

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Sphinx Asks Riddles III

Esteemed Readers, here is a new 17th century riddle for your entertainment. This one is rather curious &  profound. I hope you will find it interesting & not too difficult to be guessed out. Good luck! The right answer to … Continue reading

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Moon Power

The Moon…She is another silent witness of human history, turned to us with its brilliant side. What are you and where do you belong to? What we know is that you have a brother named Sun and an eternal companion … Continue reading

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Keys of Our Fortune

I believe that each of us has a talisman of our own Fortune and our Destiny depends on it very much, for we might spend all our life only seeking for it. This kind of talisman is not a simple … Continue reading

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7 Mortal Sins & Social Networks

Some days ago I read a very amusing article dedicated to Social Media Sins. Indeed, being a great antagonist of Twitterism, Facebookerism & similar Internet activities, I’m glad that more & more people have started pondering on a malicious, poisonous … Continue reading

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Simple People Doing Great Deeds II: Elephant Orphanage by Daphne Sheldrick

I learned about this amazing place thanks to my budgie Gregory, who never missed a chance to watch programs, cartoons & movies about elephants. I guess he has considered elephants there to have been his blue friend Peter’s family. 🙂 … Continue reading

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Victims of General Education

I wonder why the 1st September hasn’t become yet an official celebration of John Amos Comenius, the author of “The Great Dedactic”, & the father of schooling as we know it. Without doubts his approach & the method were very … Continue reading

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