Less than 24 hours before I leave this beloved country, Lebanon. I must say that I have decided--this is the place I want to be my home, this is where I want to live. No romanticism, no idealism...it's reality and it becomes clearer the older I get....
Lebanon--it's the fertile ground for change, for opportunities. We should all start planning the return. We should! No doubt! It would be a shame to leave it behind, when it is so thirsty for our minds, for our endless energy, and optimism.
Yes, don't worry, I will talk politics, a lot of it, right when I return to the cradle of routine. Soon, I'll be giving you inside stories from the Lebanese Common Man.
I also met with Beirut Spring's Mustapha and Lebanese Political Journal's Lebanon_Profile. I will write about that as well. I just wanted to write these words...I can smell the fresh scent of the Pine Tree from the hills of Bhamdoun-El-Mhatta.
Forever, Loubnan Al-Moukaddas.
"Nobody knows how many rebellions, besides political rebellions, ferment in the masses of life which people earth."