A Persian, a Turk, an Arab and a Greek are traveling to a distant land when they begin arguing over how to spend the single coin they share in common. The Persian wants to spend the coin on angur; the Turk, on uzum; the Arab, on inab; and the Greek, on stafil. A linguist passing … Continue reading A Parable
But the stabs in the sugarcane have turned it into a flute! Take care of yourself as no one is willing to do so.
In every meter of Egypt there is a Job (Ayyub), Patiently remaining poor in a strange manner. In every town of Egypt there is a Jacob, Whose son was taken away from him and told that the wolf ate him. And in every seaside in Egypt there is a Jonas, Who drowned in the sea … Continue reading A Mere Story