“Most people are mirrors, reflecting the moods and emotions of the times. Some people are windows, bringing light to bear on the dark corners where troubles fester. The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows.”
The Mirror is pausing because of damn-important exams. I’ll be back very soon. In the mean time, I’ll continue tracking and avidly reading all my blogging friends in Morocco and worldwide.
Oh… and the little mouse will take care of the mirror while I’m away.
Take care everybody!
wish you the best of luck in your exams
Thanks my dear
Good luck with your exams. I wish you very good results.
It’s always a pleasure to read your insightful articles. I hope you’ll post more of them soon after your exams
Thank you very much old friend!
Exams must be over by now. Wa feen! 🙂
Wish you all the best in your exams, nice blog you have here, and the moroccon mirror is unbelievable, i love the moroccon art.
@ Lalla Mira:
Wa feen? Still struggling with my reviews and surrounded… almost crumbling under my notes, books and “photocopies.”
I’m afraid I’m not done yet (the exam is next Thursday). Thank you so much for you support Lalla.
Hi there. Thank you for your nice words. You’re blog is an enjoyment for the senses. I’m very happy and honoured of your visit… don’t make it your last.
I’ll be back next week!
By the way, and for those interested read the integral article of Hicham Ben Abdallah al-Alaoui on Le Monde Diplo website; it’s available now here:
Related post: http://almiraatblog.blogspot.com/2008/05/since-when-have-you-compelled-people-to.html
Also this brilliant interview with N. Chomsky and Ilan Pappé published recently on CounterPunch:
Good luck my friend! Salam.
The blogoma misses you! Me too!
what a long break ^____^