On: someone

I asked if he is here for  “a reason, a season, or a lifetime”.   “lifetime” he answered.  While I was sure he is there only for a season.

during that season “I was taken by His voice and His gestures, not by the substance of His speech. He charmed me but never convinced me; for He was too vague, too distant and obscure to reach my mind.
I have known other men like Him. They are never constant nor are they consistent. It is with eloquence not with principles that they hold your ear and your passing thought, but never the core of your heart.”

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Published in: on October 24, 2009 at 9:39 pm  Comments (6)  

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  1. u should put a pic of u sitting in a french cafee and writting this post on a napkin or something. just sooo parisian

  2. 😀 I like the scene 3ala fekra, too bad I didn’t capture it

  3. i saw someone like so
    you couldnt describe better
    you know a beutiful presentation of a hollow creature

  4. ya salam ya nerro. this is deep! i really like this “He was too vague, too distant and obscure to reach my mind.” simple minds require simple people.. vagueness and obscurities, not for the likes of us 🙂

  5. the key word is “Gibran” ya Mira.
    Sighhhh, fe3lan..not for the likes of us.

  6. […] he first stepped into my life I asked if he is here for “a reason, a season, or a lifetime”. “lifetime” he answered. While I was sure he is there only for a season. Now, I can positively […]


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