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Travel Blogs from Hammamet
... the powerful sea that created these fish."
-----She looks again at the fish she's holding. She notices an intelligent look in his eyes. And he's smiling.
-----He knows, the scientist thinks. He knows that he's actually all the fish in the sea. And he acts accordingly, to make the sea a better place for all.
-----He knows, thinks the scientist, he has the power of the sea that created him inside of him. He knows he ...
... he'd like to eat on our donkey trip. The answer came from Semia, in a doggy growl:
That night, the puppy wanted to come home with me. Okay! I put him in my bag and carried him one kilometer to my house.
He got motion sickness and puked all over my bag.
Puking puppies were not a good transition to this last Sminja character.
Hamda was a ...
... it was understandable why he would've considered the Koran to be a great piece of literature.
To my surprise, Mejjed the Imam said he'd studied law at university. He'd read many writers, including philosophers Plato, Hobbes, and Nietsche. He found more truth in the Koran.
Personally, I considered the Koran to be poorly written. It lacked imagery and color, the things that made the fiction ...
... bring us our food and tea. We ate spaghetti noodles in "harissa" (a spicy red pepper paste).
-----Sali walked me in the direction of my home. In the olive orchard darkness that separated my farming company from town, we saw the stars were out. Orion's belt shined above us, its three stars like three smiling friends. As always, when there were no clouds nor moon nor city lights, the night sky was ...
... people pray. And of course, I wanted everyone to feel free to do as he pleased.
- - But ...
- - I also imagined a world where people didn't believe in: boring worship in exchange for salvation; payment in exchange for freedom; weakness and a separation from God; a separation from others and antagonism towards them; judgement and punishment; obligation in exchange for life.
- - I wanted to live in a world where everyone ...