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    Expectations! How do we deal with them?

    March 23, 2021 by

    Let’s talk about EXPECTATIONS! Drum roll please for the alternate universe we all seem to have one foot in at all times. The universe of expectations; the fulfilled and the God forbid – UNFULFILLED ones. We all know the funny aspect of Expectation vs Reality, as it is so widely popular online with probably millions… Read more

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    Liberating Healthy Femininity

    February 19, 2021 by

    Your healthy female nature includes sensuality, sexuality, the physical body and her hormones, psyche, heart, emotion and everything that makes a woman divinity embodied.

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    The Love that Stays: How To Find Self Love

    February 14, 2021 by

    Welcome to my valentine’s day post about finding that mysterious self love everybody talks about but nobody seems to know how to do. This will not include tips on how to make your lover never leave you. I have a secret to share with you; and it is as beautiful as a sunny day after… Read more

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    You Know What’s Sexy for 2021? Healthy Masculinity

    December 28, 2020 by

    This is about the man who carries himself in a way where a woman is comfortable in her own feminine power around him. Where she does not need to act Dumb, Small or Scared to be liked/loved by him.

  • The Way out of Struggle

    November 24, 2020 by

    There is always a way to get through the tough phases in our lives!

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    Overcoming Fear

    November 8, 2020 by

    Fear is the biggest obstacle you will ever encounter in life. I speak from experience, not just my own. Talk about fear and everybody cringes. We are wired by it, it tell us how to live. Until it doesn’t. If we want. Are you afraid of something now? Good. That means you can start there… Read more

  • The Grand Finale of My Raging Twenties: Be Here

    October 14, 2020 by

    A little more than a year ago I sat on my yoga mat and set an intention for how I want to be during my 28th year on this planet. I breathed and I made a vow to myself to BE HERE for all of it. I would actively practice my state of presence no… Read more

  • Another COVID inspired Question: Who Are You?

    October 13, 2020 by

    What if the job disappears, and you no longer have a title next to your name? What would you write to express your power of contribution?

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    That Nasty Covid Breakup

    September 21, 2020 by

    So no! Covid probably was NOT the cause of your breakup or that of the neighbors.

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    How Do We Determine Our Value as Women?

    September 7, 2020 by

    The issue with letting people walk all over you is that you do not truly understand your own value as women. You grow up hearing many things the top two of which are either you are a smart and strong girl, or you are a beautiful girl. If you heard both, then you were lucky… Read more

  • Never Late to Start a Different Life

    August 30, 2020 by

    Killing The Childhood Dream We have a problem. Many people are unhappy, and unsatisfied with the lives they lead. Most people stop dreaming because it is not sustainable in modern society, and only fantasize about a different life. People are manipulated into believing that they need so much more than they really do; and with… Read more


    Exposing Myself to Newness

    July 20, 2020 by

    This is a post about exposing ourselves to the foreign. I hope the image that I chose gives you an idea of what it felt like for me to explore the gorgeous and foreign Beatles Ashram in Rishikesh, India. But anyways, let’s get to it! What is foreign? I live in Lebanon, moving to India… Read more

  • How are you living?

    June 20, 2020 by

    So sit with me now over this half full cup of coffee and tell me, are you merely surviving or are you relentlessly exposing your naked self to the vast world of purpose, pain and passion?

  • What if the only thing in life you can control is your response?

    June 15, 2020 by

    We ought to live like stars floating in a dark universe, we ought to collide with one another and implode like big bangs dispersing love and light and sheer tragedy into nothingness; only to experience rebirth in form, spirit and depth again and again.

  • The Thing about pain is

    May 25, 2020 by

    Let’s face it, it is impossible to live life without experiencing any form of pain. Pain is a part of living as much as love and joy and fear. When we talk about the inescapable nature of living with one pain or another we must also consider healing. Healing is not the reversal of pain.… Read more

  • Now that we are human again, what do we do?

    April 3, 2020 by

    A thousand rivers can flow seamlessly beneath your feet, and you could still manage to find and count the rocks that are in the water’s way. The river doesn’t mind and the rocks have no qualms with their position but you do. You cannot but want the rocks out of the river, by its side… Read more

  • The Illusion that We Are in Control

    March 20, 2020 by

    I am in a foreign country, during a worldwide pandemic, with uncertainty at the heart of everything and it plays itself out like a surreal low budget movie. Now what? What can I possibly retrieve to push through and accept this experience?

  • How Tight Are Those Parameters of Difficulty?

    March 3, 2020 by

    The notion that difficulty is a good enough deterrent to living the life we deserve is self-defeating.

  • Time to Change That Rusty Mindset

    February 13, 2020 by

    I have come to a shy realization that I am not the only one who’s searching for myself in this big wild world. You know? Sometimes it seems like I have it all figured out, sometimes I even forget that I am searching for anything in the first place; it suddenly all seems here, present.… Read more

  • Our Way Back Home

    January 28, 2020 by

    So if you’ve been reading on with me, and living true with me, I say thank you because the space grows as we become better able to recognize one another between the lines and over the noise of everything that remains unsaid.

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  • Are You Weak or Strong? You Can Be Both

    November 4, 2019 by

    Weakness cannot be acknowledged if you were never strong, and strength cannot be perceived if you never once felt powerless. The contrast makes the experience all the more justifiable and magical.

  • Lebanon; Extinguishing Fires and Fears

    October 22, 2019 by

    It felt like a merger between Coachella and Egypt’s Tahrir Square, it felt like an alternate universe where hands only carried Lebanese flags and families from different walks of life walked side by side. Young men, some dressed to the nines, and others shirtless sang on top of their lungs.

  • 28 Years Later;

    October 14, 2019 by

    Twenty eight years today, and the ride becomes softer because there is no other way to live.

  • What Happened to Rose Colored Glasses?

    October 8, 2019 by

    What happened to the rose colored glasses? They have become high tech V R spectacles; but we are still the same. Some questions used to be a lot harder to answer ten years ago, and the thought that 10 years from now the questions I have today will have simpler answers is comforting. It’s funny… Read more

  • Your Attention Please?

    October 7, 2019 by

    Everyone has an opinion, but only a few choose to keep it to themselves.

  • Kintsugi: The Art of Brokenness

    October 2, 2019 by

    Welcome to my discovery of beauty in plain sight. Never have I considered brokenness a prerequisite of grace; but I must say Kintsugi showed me how.

  • You Have a Choice NOW; Will You Leap?

    September 25, 2019 by

    To think that life is a predictable series of events is naive, but it is also comforting in some way. I believe that that is why we tend to grow softer and less exposed within our little comfort zones. We uncover so many of the possible unknowns and we just live knowing one thing or… Read more

  • How to Lose Your Mind the Right Way

    September 23, 2019 by

    Life ends abruptly, it gets cut short despite how long we live. Life doesn’t care whether you achieved your dreams or not. It doesn’t pay attention to how ready you are for making changes or staying the same. So why OH WHY do we wait SO LONG to do things the way we want to?

  • One Human and Her Wild Dolphins’ Chase

    September 21, 2019 by

    A fisherman’s boat never looked so intriguing. His tanned arm reached out to me like the land animal I was and helped me up on board. I felt the peeling paint beneath my feet and I started holding my breath; because today was going to be the day I swam with wild Dolphins at Bali’s… Read more

  • To Live for the Joy of Living Not for the Lack of Dying

    September 19, 2019 by

    How do we stick to our dreams? How do we turn hope into action? Why is it easier for us to leave it till tomorrow? Why do we become experts at laboring for others, and novices in learning what we want? I’ve been contemplating this transformation deeply, and to say that life doesn’t get in… Read more

  • Over-thinkers Anonymous

    September 18, 2019 by

    Here’s a one item list that will make your life easier.

  • Who Else is Lost?

    September 17, 2019 by

    Nothing is as it seems…so who are you?

  • Not All Suffering is Sexy

    September 12, 2019 by

    So ask your brave friend what they do when they are feeling like cowards, ask your friend who is dealing with her trauma through therapy if it’s actually making a difference for her. We must remember that what happens behind closed doors, and what we think and say offline is a huge part of life too.

  • Arab Pigeonhole Communities: Havens for Young Women, Feminist Men and LGBTQ

    September 6, 2019 by

    She either becomes an example or a warning depending on the perceived lines she crosses.

  • The Art of Transforming Responsibility into Contribution

    September 4, 2019 by

    Adulthood and its responsibilities must not mean helplessness and lack of choice, but it must mean freedom to contribute.

  • Otherness and Spirituality

    September 3, 2019 by

    Happiness becomes difficult, and our sense of value seems like an opinion that can shift at any moment with the shifting weather and the moods of those surrounding us. Do you see the grief in that?

  • If You Need Forgiveness Let It In

    September 2, 2019 by

    The following is a literary portrayal of welcoming forgiveness back into our lives, no matter what has happened, or why.

  • Are You a Wild One?

    August 31, 2019 by

    We think we know, until we don’t. We believe that we have gotten to the bottom of something until we start noticing the shaky ground and down we go. Some people stop trying, they no longer wish to learn. Some have had enough shakiness and have gotten weary of doubt. So, many choose to stop… Read more

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