For the winter Holidays I bought a little pack of PC Games to my 13 years old little brother. He quickly became a gamer next to me, finishing Dragon Age 2 Assassin's Creed I - II and III and other games Far Cry 2 and 3... I always give him games from my childhood which … Continue reading Arx Fatalis (2002)
Friday. Jumua Mubaraka. While this day for others means a long long sleep until the midday prayer's gathering, concerning me, I woke up early and faced the empty road toward Rouiba to teach my three little bears English. Actually, now I have two -not three, and they are kids -not bears; tho' this is how … Continue reading How the year starts [ Learning / Teaching ]
<< Say No to Music >> - What? Whyyyy? - For Allah. - Huh? It would be so difficult to explain why I stopped listening music... while at the same time, the answer is so easy: in the sake of Allah. The world's population is about 7 billion people. From this, about 2 billion people … Continue reading Say No to Music
Exams are coming... The rhetorical question sounds in the background "what should I do"... I take my handouts of Applied English Linguistics... Then, instead of stressing in silence and cramming hardly, I decide to buy an Egyptian series to improve my proficiency in Arabic dialects. Yolo. I heard about Egyptian theater even in Hungary. This … Continue reading Egyptian series: The Caesar – القیصر
Fajr also called dawn prayer, is the first of the five daily prayers of practicing Muslims. [1/5] So, Fajr is among the five obligatory prayer a Muslim should perform daily. It consists of two standing loudly recication from the Quran (Fatiha + another surat), two bows, two prostrations, and one salutation. The time of the … Continue reading The Real Meaning of Fajr for me
International egoism is a new concept in my mind. It's not based on any worldwide political research but on my modest observation of the social world of Europe and Africa. I think it's unnecessary to sefine egoism since we all know that it concerns with thinking selfishly, looking the world from an ego-centric point as … Continue reading International Egoïsm
Alright. Winter holidays. I don't know why, but I always hated the vacancies... Leaving the safety of routin and facing the problems of the self was always uncomfortable for me. Leaving the social sphere of school for summer or winter time always cut the only reason why I should interact people. Also, I always felt … Continue reading Hol a Holiday? Where’s the holidays?