09 August 2007

Taking a break, Part II

Well, I suppose August is just not the time to worry about politics **we're going down anyway**

See you in September & be good and safe!


error said...

eb alf salama inshallah

Anonymous said...

Hopefully, we hope that more discussion comes out of your rested mind. Btw I do not agree that we are going down.


Anonymous said...

we are going nowhere but down :( bil salama ya lulu

SillyBahrainiGirl said...

Enjoy your break!

Soul said...

All I want to do is take a break and relax for the rest of my life...
I am so exhausted I have decided to stop watching the news or read the papers.
Its too depressing anyway...
Enjoy every minute of your break Lulu. Hope to read more of your posts soon...

أُكتب بالرصاص said...

حلوة قوص الصورة

وإن شاء الله الاستراحة ما تطولش

Mahmood Al-Yousif said...

Okay... it's September already! Hope to have you back soon :)

NewMe said...

when r u coming back? it is Sep already!

ammaro.com said...

thats been too long a break dear

Costa-guy said...

We're still waiting for your beautiful and intellegent posts..

Hope your OK and waiting to see you soon..

ammaro.com said...

you said see you in september. you have 3 days left.

Mahmood Al-Yousif said...

time to come back maybe? hope you enjoyed your break nevertheless.

SoulSearch said...

Hello Lulu,
Its November now! Waiting for your posts.
Hope to hear from you soon...

farhad said...

Hello I am Sha!
I really like & love the arabic as a "Language".
The impression I got immediately after I
completed MA English was that I should have
studied "Arabic".
I have grown a strong passion and attachment
for Arabic and the Arabs. How much it can last?
This is what i don't know nor am much sure about
but if your gals and guys out there help me, my
love might become fruitful for me.
Why do i like and love arabic and the Arabs?
This is sort of expansive questions.
I only know that Arabic is soft, smooth
and melodius.
The Arabs are loving, sincere and sobre.
Well, what I don't know is if they are
lovers of their language too or not.
I aspire to someday talk fluently in arabic.
Talk to my friends. But can i attract Arabic
-speakers to my self by speaking their lang-
uage is yet another thing to be experienced
Arabic is the language of the Muslims but i do
believe ALLAH will hear and help me even when
i speak my mother tongue to ask him. I am
sensitive to the degree that if i like something
just for the sake of some good and great point
in it and I am not answered positively.... I
really begin to hate that thing. Well i don't
know why should i do it but still here i am to
do it. I like to chat, sing, speak, think, write
and argue in Arabic. I have no intention to
visit an Arabic speaking country as yet but
can it be helpful enough in learning a language to
personally visit the country where it is spoken?
Because we have been in this country of ours for
since our birth but still we haven't got command
and control over the national language spoken
here. Does it go to say that it doesn't matter
a lot to visit a country for the solitary purpose
of learning a language spoken there? I like the
h sound of Arabic and also I like it for not
having the clattering sounds of t,d etc. I
want to have good really good arabic language
friends. I can teach you English "only and only
if you think you need it". I should thank you
in advance if you think my love for Arabic and
the Arab is something valuable.
With best regards it is farhad (underscore)
alishah (at) yahoo (dot) com
my cell number is zerozeroninetwothreeonetwo
Wassalam-o-Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah!
( I shall be really anxiously waiting for
the language friend of my dreams.
How can i say in Arabic
"The lover and Admirer of Arabic as a Language"
Bubye thanks