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Never underestimate….

Never underestimate….

26 Aug, '117 Comments

I came across this plaque from a vendor outside the Guggenheim Museum yesterday and thought that I must have it. It will look nice nailed on a wall, I’m sure, but more importantly, I thought that the sentiment it displays is very apt for our situation in Bahrain at the moment, don’t you?  

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Time for the soul

Time for the soul

24 Aug, '112 Comments

Today. I spent a little time with inspiration. Today. I felt humble. Today. I swam in the mists of contemplative philosophy. Today. I got to know myself a little better. Today. I rubbed shoulders with giants. Today. I remembered my father.

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Abundant signs of a disintegrated, fractured Bahrain

Abundant signs of a disintegrated, fractured Bahrain

19 Aug, '1113 Comments

When one-time valued friends choose to become enemies and permeate mistrust in those they once held in high regard and trust, a reboot button might be the only way forward, because continuing like this, will turn the whole situation uglier than our darkest nightmares. Twitter’s a place where you go to get your blood pressure […]

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A quick lesson in politics…. c/o Monty Python, Esqs.

A quick lesson in politics…. c/o Monty Python, Esqs.

4 Aug, '116 Comments

Couldn’t be arsed to write at the moment… it’s Ramadamadan! But enjoy this one any way: hat tip: Tariq Al-Olaimi

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Dialogue Delegates Appreciation Society

Dialogue Delegates Appreciation Society

30 Jul, '119 Comments

I’m not sure who the admin / support staff for the dialogue were nor how they were selected. From observation, they seem to have come from various government departments, maybe primarily from the parliament. In any case, at the National Dialogue participation certificate presentation / appreciation this morning, they have resolutely added to my feeling […]

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