what makes me myself rather than anyone else is the very fact that I am poised between two countries, two or three languages, and several cultural traditions. It is precisely this that defines my identity. Would I exist more authentically if I cut off a part of myself. Amin Maalouf

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…by extension we’re breathing each other. Danielle Abisaab

 

مصر تعيش هي إم ال دنيا

Free Egypt - street graffiti in Cairo 2011

the whole problem is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, and wiser people so full of doubts. Bertrand Russell

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