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... thinks, just as the life I'm living is limited by time.
-----What conclusions can the scientist, looking at this one fish, make about the kinds of fish that live in the sea?
-----Does she assume that this small fish is the only one of his kind? That he is alone in the endless sea, sandwiched between two large and never-ending fish that extend in opposite directions forever and ever?
-----No, that would be ...
... be our aim. It was not only key to our treating others better, but also key to our own serenity. Openness and acceptance.
Allah was firmness. Allah was going to divide us into the good and the bad, to punish us for following our own nature. I didn't believe in punishment.
Mejjed arrived at the point of our talk where he wanted to ask me a question.
"Do you like Islam?"
-- Believe in our ...
... again by the Arabs in 698.
The city rose again under the Arabs, this time a bit South. Parts of the 8th century city are present in today’s Tunis medina.
Image of Carthage harbor: http://klio.uoregon.edu/im/rr/carthage/ Carthage Harbor.jpg
Map of Phoenician Mediterranean: http://www.edmond-hakmeh.com/Tourism/Hi story of Lebanon/lebanonphotos_files/phonicia/ph oenicia_1000bc.jpg ...
... not forget Grand Theft Auto, do I mean stealing cars? No, I mean the video game that involves (ok stealing cars) and driving them recklessly. Remember if you have a job to do like delivering two screaming kids in the back seat, along with their parents, to their hotel, there is nothing that should stand in your way. - Traffic slow, no problem, there is a very wide curb with only a few pedestrians that will be happy to get out of your way as you honk at them. That was ...
'Could you get me a notebook?' / Fi aindek daftar, idha bitried.
'A what?' / Shu turied?
'A noooteboook.' / Ja'ani, daaaftaaar.
'Oh, ah, a notebook. A big or a small one?' / Ee, daftar. Turied kabir aw sagrir?
'A big one' / Kabir, min fadliki
I didn't understand you very well.' / Are you Egyptian?' / Ma fehemt, ante min misr?
After three days of Tunisia, this conversations sums up a great deal about ...