Before I start describing the events of the last two days, let me engrave the idea in your mind that "Algerians love chaotic tumults and celebrating." We don't have weekly parties, only yearly weddings... We don't have seasonal festivals, we have yearly Ramadan of fasting... Our inner-pressure is hiding inside us, making our daily life … Continue reading The Days of Misplaced Manifestations
These days, I am socially sick. I can't talk to anybody, wanting to be alone. My vocabulary is limited to "good morning, what's up, hamdullah and inshallah". I hate people who want to talk to me and I hate more those who don't want. Harsh, anti-social and senseless. This is what my friend just noticed … Continue reading My Seasonal Social Bluescreen
To cut it short, one of my most hated things is the rumors and scandals. I am extremely careless; I don't care what people think, feel or say. So, I am not a person to tell rumors; however, I just heard an Algerian rumor in the capital about a pervert "flasher" that shocked me since … Continue reading A Pervert Rumor in Algiers
Yesterday the 25th October, the yearly organized International Book Fairs of Algiers has opened its gates till the 5th November. I gave it a quick visit today and I bought my so-desired book from there: Stephen King - On Writing. It's my fourth year in Algeria and I am visiting this international intellectual event for … Continue reading Exclusive: International Book Fair in Algiers
Meme sites say there are two kinds of morning people: Coffee people and Tea people. Wellyes, I consider myself as the second one since I never drink coffee except of café au lait; but if it's about Tea, I become a tealogist. I've been fond of studying Tea since my childhood. Indeed, tea caused … Continue reading Teaology: The Sweetest Tea Today
Ever Striking Algerian Trains Riddle of the day : "What is it ? It comes unannounced, uninvited. When it comes everything stops. Its arrival has no reason. Everybody is its victim. Mass, people, cars, a nation gather together to wonder on it." -Okay, it may be hard a little bit; it is about the always … Continue reading Ever Striking Algerian Trains
I wish every Muslim around the world Eid Mubarak (Happy Eid), May Allah forgive our bad deeds and accept our good deeds to enter Janna (Paradise). Eid el Adha is the biggest Muslim celebration beside Ramadan. While Ramadan is a one month long period of rich dinners and nightly stay-ups, Eid Adha is only three … Continue reading Eid Mubarak!