Thursday, January 15, 2009

Instruction Manual for Life

21 comments:

  1. Wow! Someone's productive this early in the morning.

    9aba7k allah bl khair

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  2. ill steal it for my next post

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  3. I love my parents for never making me build a cupboard.. And especially my dad who had so many manuals on his desk but chose to listen to Abdelhaleem instead :)

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  4. Wow zaydoun I loved it. Thanks for sharing it with us :-)

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  5. 9016

    Cut. Paste. Post. 15 seconds :-)

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  6. ma6goog

    Be my guest, it's not mine :-)

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  7. كويتي لايعة كبده

    Sometimes simplicity makes a more powerful message

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  8. Shurouq

    Same kind of upbringing here. Abdel-Halim and Fairuz ruled our home, and that is why Mansour Rahbani's passing is more important to me than..... never mind ;-)

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  9. Wow, it describes exactly what happened to my life.

    As for loving my parents, I only realizded it in the summer of 2008. If you love them, they'll love you back no matter how different you are. But I still wouldn't want to break their hearts.

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  10. amazing
    and it applies on many differences that we go through in our lives

    btw .. yshabhek

    :")

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  11. eee wallah that was lovely

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  12. the problem is that all people that made those cupboards these day, they take it with them everywhere on their backs, and when they see someone carrying a different cupboard, they smash the hell out of it on the back of the other person.. they use those cupboard as weapons.. they never leave it in their own home >(

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  13. Post something on Obama's Inauguration!


    Please :)

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  14. I loved it too

    thx for that post and the one b4...

    I am gonna share it with some friends if you dont mind

    cheerz

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  15. What a great post Zaydoun.

    I liked the clip

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  16. Lovely.

    I'm a half-breed whose dad made her learn how to use and not be afraid to use solder and a soldering gun, drills with various sized drill bits, and phillips head screwdrivers by the age of 10. Also to make turkey leg machboos. No manuals. It was all done by feeling one's way through using intuition, skill and experience and those scary tools to fix those things that constantly needed fixing from time to time. And to see that using turkey legs instead of chicken could actually make quite a delicious machboos.

    At the heart of all dogma is human terror and the need to feel that there is order and control. And there is, just not the kind we have created and convinced ourselves of.

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  17. I use to think that if people came with instructions it would be easier however I see it would make no difference, we all have our own way of seeing life.

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