Monthly Archives: April 2014

Why Twenty is Not the New Thirty

Originally posted on The Wandering Nomads:
“If you’re thinking about doing something, ask yourself what you would do if you weren’t afraid and then do it.” Generation Y. We represent a generation of technology, of arrogance, of progress. We were…

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Love me without complex

“Doing what you want is freedom. Loving what you do is happiness.” Don’t we all want freedom and happiness? Sometimes this standard seems to be something that is hard to attain. Filled with external expectations we have a hard time … Continue reading

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Rabat

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Under occupation

From YourMiddleEast: A moving letter from a blind psychologist living in Palestine (The Occupied Territories) and how she experiences passing through the checkpoints of the Israeli army: “Upon arrival at the occupier’s terminal, my bra decided to beep. As if … Continue reading

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Remember, the government is working for YOU!

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glad alla hjärtans dag!

Originally posted on fflowerpower:
So beautiful! Ellen Degeneres is just an amazing woman! fflowerpower View original post

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Why do you think women get harassed in the streets of Egypt?

Shocking answers of Egyptian school boys about why women get harassed on the streets. Some examples are: “About the harassment of women in the street, it’s usually the girl’s fault because sometimes they are strolling around in tight clothes which … Continue reading

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