"A man walking alone on a deserted beach, brandishing a lantern in his outstretched hand, might be a fool. But, for a ship that went astray on a stormy night, he might be the savior."
Like. :)I'm so thrilled to see the Egyptian people taking control of their future. I'm captivated by the whole story...day after day.Viva la Revolucion! (I don't know why I chose Spanish...but it's fun to say - reminds me of Che!)
Only time will tell us how this whole story will end.The voice of the people is the voice of God, right?
@IsobelI usually reply to the comments left on my blog on the same day. I'm sorry to be so late but the news from Egypt continue to monopolize my attention. I can't even write although ideas and thoughts are clashing in my head. I'm humbled by the resilience of the Egyptian people and I hope their sacrifices won't be in vain.
@GabrielaThere's no voice louder and more meaningful than that of the people. May all their dreams and aspirations come true.
@leWhat a great and prophetic song for all times.Thank you for sharing.
Long live Egypt!!! What a day for the ME, what a day for the world!
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