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March 19, 2019

link.medium.com/moY8DbGzbV A very deep, true, witty, factful article. It speaks volumes about the land of opportunities and what really runs deep in it’s veins, specifically when it comes to color. A must read by all. Kudos @AhmedKabil

A handshake or lack of! A non-shaky encounter ends in tears! A story about handshake in the Arab world.

We all as a human species even of different nations, ethnicity, color and race use our hands while communicating. Hands are used to signify happiness, sadness, queries and more. It’s said that the hand is one of the most sensitive parts of the body and it has direct connections to the brain. Could that be… Read More ›

There is no child that cannot understand, but there is a teacher who doesn’t know how to communicate with the child!

Today I met a lovely Egyptian girl, Minna. She is 12 years old and is finishing her primary school. The education system in Egypt is divided into 3 stages: the primary for 6 years, the preparatory for 3 years, and the secondary for 3 years. At the end of each stage there is a state… Read More ›

Appreciation

“I appreciate your work and efforts!” This is not a cliche. It is a fundamental human need. It’s necessary in all relationships personal and professional. Being valued and appreciated fosters a positive sence of self-worth. When good work is recognized and appreciated motivation and inspiration to work more increases and accordingly production rasises too. This… Read More ›

Troubled heart

To leave or stay, this is the question!!! This morning I woke up with an urge to paint and the first thing I did was go to my studio. I knew I wanted red in my painting. So I applied red, pink, then blue, then started blending and making marks. All of a sudden I… Read More ›

Cities & Suburbs: Density & Boundaries

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Our passports don’t define us: Taiye Selasi live at TEDGlobal 2014

Originally posted on TED Blog:
Taiye Selasi speaking at TEDGlobal 2014. Photo: James Duncan Davidson/TED “How can I come from a nation? How can a human being come from a concept?” With these questions the majestic Taiye Selasi, author of Ghana Must Go, closes talks for Day 1 of TEDGlobal 2014. Having just come back…

How to create a killer timelapse, with Joe Capra

Originally posted on TED Blog:
http://vimeo.com/73053894 . In this time-lapse of Rio de Janeiro, shown during session 1 of TEDGlobal 2014, waves lap the shore of Copacabana Beach with a beautiful rhythm, and clothes on a line flap in the breeze in a favela. Meanwhile, steam dances off a waterfall, and ships pirouette through the city’s harbor. Below, we…

bombs do not kill ideas

bombs do not kill ideas.

Longreads’ Best of WordPress, Vol. 3

Originally posted on The WordPress.com Blog:
We’re back with another edition of Longreads’ Best of WordPress: below are 10 outstanding stories from across WordPress, published over the past month. You can find Vol. 1 and 2 here — and you can follow Longreads on WordPress.com for all of our daily reading recommendations. Publishers, writers,…