Anonymous asked: Hey! It's me again! Have you heard of the Chehade Brothers? Farid and Rami Chehade, originally Palestinian, but have been living in Lebanon for a while now. Their music is written and composed by them and will take you beyond the regular borders of imagination, especially with beautiful selection of instruments they play. Again, I would love to link you, but it won't let me over here!...
We dream to give ourselves hope. To stop dreaming - well, that’s like saying you...– Amy Tan
هناك مرضى حقيقيون بيننا , يُزعجهم فكر الاخرين ,...
Anonymous asked: Saw your Hiba Tawaji tweet this morning, made me smile :) Not sure if you'll like them, but there are two singers, Lena Chamamyan and Tania Saleh, who have beautiful voices and have crossed the regular boundaries of Arabic music! Won't let me post direct links to the songs, but a couple of good ones are Lezim by Tania and Baly Ma3ak by Lena! Enjoy :)
leonessa9344 asked: Allah yi7meeki! Your blog has brought me to tears :''(. Keep it up.
freedomiscontagious asked: I just wanted to say I looooooove your blog, definitly one of my favorites on tumblr. I've just been scrolling through a few pages and reblogged like a million posts haha but well that's just what I wanted to let you know :)
عندي نوع من ال "تحجر" اوف
صارلي بعاني من هالشغلة من انا و صغيرة, عندي حس لكل شي بس عندي صعوبة بالحكي عن شعوري قدام الناس. زعلت احد من اخوتي و انا على غلط و لكن مش قادرة اروح اعتذر بحس زي الي كرامتي رح تنهان.. بعرف هالشي بالمرة سيء بس مش عارفة كيف احسن حالي
Anonymous asked: Loved seeing Libertango posted :) Good music is a time machine, the way I like to put it! Julia Botrous has a new album! Ya Mashallah and Aala Ma Yabdou are my favourites, but give it a try, it's called Yawman Ma! Enjoy and keep me posted <3
رح ارسم عمري من جديد وع الماضي سكر بابي... عني صرت...
Anonymous asked: Yes! Listen to the album called La Bidayeh W La Nihayeh (Hiba Tawaji)! Listen to Zat Ellafti, Herban and La Bidayeh W La Nihayeh first and then the rest of the songs. Written, composed and distributed by Oussamma Rahbani, Mansour Rahbani's son. If you haven't guess already, 3ala seeret il Rahbaniyeh, it's me again, Palestinian Fairouz fanatic, spoke to you a while ago! Take care and...
In this world there is always one person waiting for another, be it in the...– The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho