Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Optimisim on demand

It is the state of mind that an area person gets himself in when all hope has left or went window shopping.
It Is an outlook on life such that one maintains a view of the world as a positive place. It is the opposite of pessimism." read more
Sources of hope are unknown in Libyan society, it is almost a commodity that is hard to find.
It causes a riddles effect, like domino, if you have never played the game, try to, you might understand what optimism is.
If you are caught while in Libya with optimism, check in to the closest public hospital, preferably, the trauma section, you will be relieved ASAP from the thought.
Mingle with younger crowds, as best as you can. Maybe then you will discover the half cup theory and it's impact on skimmed societies, since nothing is actually left in the cup( Nor half full, neither half empty).
Deduct the time you sleep from the rest of the time you actively lived since your puberty, then multiply the result by what ever six digit number you like, then divide the result by zero, that will equal to how much optimism you will collect on any get together, picnic, meeting, or social gathering there is in Libya.

Raise your head

Look ahead




Thursday, August 09, 2007

Thursday, August 02, 2007

The price of Two

Do males like A strong women or do they prefer an easy pick?
What if females stood their ground, searched for peace in understanding the real aspect of marriage and forced a creation of a life rather being invited to one?
A proverb goes "Easy female buys into flattering male words"

What is your take on this Libyan folks?