Every new year I like to write an article reflecting on the year past, and where things are headed. In this article I write the year Lebanon experience, and voice my thoughts about it.
This article was posted on Medium. 2 years ago I could barely jog up a flight of stairs. I was bad athletically, stamina wise, terrible breathing patterns -you name it. But I got on a treadmill, and what started out as a turtle pace, with time, turned into extended periods of jogging, then running. I … Continue reading The Runner’s High and How To Apply it in Your Life
Lebanon's Palace of Justice (image source) Earlier in the week, Interior Minister Mohamad Fahmi made a bold statement. In a televised interview Fahmi claimed that, “95% of judges in Lebanon are corrupt”. His remarks sparked outrage. So much so, that the Higher Judicial council in Lebanon is looking to seek legal actions against him. That … Continue reading What Is The Problem With Lebanon’s Justice System
(image source) This music review was published on UK publication Music Is To Blame. “Ruined Your Sons” by Circe is a gloomy and melodic eye opening to the world of male masculinity and its counterbalance of emotions and sensitivity. In her latest single off of her upcoming EP She’s Made of Saints set to drop November 25, Circe … Continue reading Ruined Your Sons by Circe Single Review
(image source) This music review was published on UK publication Music Is To Blame. Dirty Freud’s “Moments” is one long moment of electronic beats and lively house music that will have your body moving to rhythm as soon as you hit play. It starts off with deep and low, background moaning vocals that sound like … Continue reading DIRTY FREUD’S ‘Moments’ Single Review