When Godsy heard.

When I decide I must write after a break of eight long months, I write with excitement. I start off from where I last left, God’s little angel-Godsy.   “I have seen sadness. I have seen torture,I have seen desperation, I have seen weakness. But most of all I have seen hope.” The first time I…

The tomorrow will come

I saw him for the first time today. Since I first heard about him, wrote about him, followed up closely about his progress and spoke to his wife, Its the first time today I saw him. His eyes have a slight tinge of blue, like sea water. I went really close to his bed. And…

The life of a Modern Bedouin- Crumbling Prejudices- Part 1

It was past four in the evening. The sun was still shining at its magnificent best. It was piercing the right side of my face as strongly as the uncertainty was piercing me. The uncertainty of finding success in tracing the purest Arabs- The Bedu. The car was preparing to ride through the desert. The sand…

The blue in the grey

The parking space in front of our building doesn’t seem sufficient at most times to the building tenants. The barren land that lies ahead which is to soon be the parking space for a building in construction beside ours is thus also used most times by the renters of our building. So often it is…

“I see my mother in each of them”

He was just four when his father left on the ship to some long forgotten land leaving him and six siblings all older to him to the care of his mother.Living in a joint family of over 100 members and aunts and uncles and cousins and more cousins and challenging daily bread times,his mother lived…