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Greece & Syria
The picture says it all…
January 11, 1942: A Syrian lady provides refugees from Greece with food & clothes.
Let’s play, Kitten
This cat is “Moonlight”. She used to live beside our home and we used to spend good time with her daily. Unfortunately, she disappeared! Like many of our beloved ones, we lost contact with her!
Seeking refuge in the truth
Sanctions, weapons, deaths, destruction, refugees… The news talks about nothing but these topics lately…
If someone talked in the favor of civilians, it doesn’t necessarily mean that they are supporting one party over the other. It’s just that any solution that doesn’t end a war soon, is simply a chance to kill more innocents, maximize the number of refugees, and increase the suffering & poverty of even more people from all parties.
Happy New Year
I talked to that kid; he confirmed that Santa hadn’t visited Syria since he wrote his letter! A letter to Santa. Wish all happy holidays and blessed & safe new year…
Solar Lamps May Be the Low-Cost Lighting Solution for the Future
There is an increasing shift towards renewable energy worldwide. By 2030, the global solar panel market is expected to exceed $130 billion. In fact, in 2020, more than 80% of the world’s newly commissioned electric power came from renewable sources, with almost half coming from solar generation alone.
Getting Things Done
I’ve always been a big fan of David Allen in his getting things done approach. The approach simply is about freeing your mind by writing down any thought or idea.