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Don't get mad if you don't know the whole story.

It is very important to talk to people.

In times, when conflicts occur, people tend to overreact, make silly assumptions, and come to nonsense… 272 more words

5 Facts You Need To Know About Yemen And Its Conflicts

Source: The News Doctors

One of the poorest and most violent countries in the Middle East, Yemen is also an area of strategic importance for regional players – and some of the world’s most dangerous terror groups. 318 more words

World At WAR

Of politics and religion. And online squabbles.

This is a post to talk about why I won’t talk about religion and politics on this blog. It’s not that I don’t have my own two (read five hundred) cents on these topics, I just don’t want to open that ugly, festering, divisive can of worms. 557 more words

Nerdy Sunday!

क्यों ? by Asrarul Haque Jeelani

क्यों ?

क्यों मुझे यहाँ इंसानो में छोड़ दिया है
भीड़ के बयबानो में छोड़ दिया है
बहुत रंजिशें हैं
बहुत सोज़ ओ गुदाज़ है
बहुत लोग हैं फिर भी नहीं हैं
न जाने क्या है यहाँ
कि दम घुटता है मेरा
लोगों ने मरने वालो पे रोना छोड़ दिया है
क्यों मुझे यहाँ इंसानो में छोड़ दिया है


Marty Glickman - A Regretted Decision

When you regret something that happened many years ago, the understanding of why there is regret allows for the release of energy that’s creating the burden and holding it in place. 654 more words


Michael Cupo reblogged this on It's Monday Only in Your Mind and commented:

This is a repost and it is one of my favorite articles.

An imagined uprising

“These films were not just reportage or witness, but a form of action in their own right.”

Peter Snowdon’s The Uprising is a “chronicle of an imaginary pan-Arab uprising…

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Moving Image

The Struggles of Everyday Life. Period.

Blogging seems easy, but I can tell you from personal experience, that it is NOT.

You might wonder what I know about blogging, and I can tell you all I know from my time on Tumblr, but I am now here to relate with all the other human beings who don’t use Tumblr. 417 more words