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A nice collection of life wisdom and etiquette - a cheat sheet for living, interwoven with llove and literally references. Reflections of a pure soul, always endearing to come back to. Keep writing, Paul
February 8, 2014 | Katarina
I finally found time to read it. Wow! It is absolutely amazing! I enjoyed every line. Thank you for sharing. Can't wait to read the next one. Thank you!
August 20, 2013 | Andrea
While reading each passage, I found a great deal of genuinely deep thoughts, the source of energy is astonishing and most importantly your 'Can Do' attitude towards life. Keep up the beautiful writing, very uplifting Paul. x
Miss Lebanon New Zealand 2011
July 29, 2013 | Yola El Hassanieh
I love philosophy, psychology and I read a lot of books related to that. I would buy your book when you decide one day to publish one :)
June 18, 2013 | Ornela Perera
You should send a weekly newsletter! You are very talented...
May 22, 2013 | Celine Rougeron
deeply inspiring bro... well noted
March 1, 2013 | Ali Hamieh
U have some serious fans here :D
January 28, 2013 | Petra Ivic
Very good structured, smart and educative, keep on bringing new more topics! Gut gemacht :)
January 28, 2013 | Alexandra Flora
Well said, deeply inspiring!
January 21, 2013 | Angelica Angeli
Original journal, interesting issues, deep thoughts... Beauty found in abstract and thoughts is for me an inexhaustible source of energy, creativity and inspiration. It is one of my secrets for transforming problems into opportunities for growth and this is also what I wish you and your "web fans". My compliments!
January 14, 2013 | Caterina Zarfo
Paul you are very nice and smart person wish you all the best for your career!
January 13, 2013 | Anna Konstantinova
Very inspiring blog Paul! Each of your entires are thought-provoking and I enjoyed reading them. Keep up the good work! I am looking forward to reading more of your posts. Best of luck
January 13, 2013 | Celine Chammas
It is nice to find people like you, so young and so intelligent :) I wish you much success in your carreer and your life. and remember you are the EXCEPTION ;) Enchantè :)
January 8, 2013 | Isabella Restrepo
To me, a good writer is one that keeps the reader reading and you have got me reading, alright! Your writing is simply intelligence captured from a knowledgable & well-educated man. I always look forward to reading your posts. Keep up the excellent work and best wishes!
January 7, 2013 | Mary Najem
What a beautiful energy Paul !
J'espere avoir l'occasion un jour de lire tes futurs livres!
Avec mes sincères encouragements !
January 6, 2013 | Kniz Zerktouni
Quite an interesting selection of words...
A pleasure to read! Congrats Paul!
January 2, 2013 | Elena Al-Ias
Tebrikler tutkulu ve mutlu cocuk!
January 1, 2013 | Iclal Gozcu
I like the handwritten font you're using. Nice clean layout too with lots of white space.
December 31, 2012 | Mark Griffith
An excellent and reflective online blog. Pensive and well-written.
December 26, 2012 | Stella Roque
"Writers are artists of a different kind"
Writing is an art only few are really good at, you're one of those few..
Keep on doing this, wish you tons of luck.
December 26, 2012 | Haifa Al Rasheed
I like your energy Paul. Keep doing what your doing:)
Would like to share a few words that changed my day "Learning is the antidote to change. Learning is the antidote to fear."
December 15, 2012 | Soraiya Noorani
Live your life more , write your own book more and good good luck ;)
December 13, 2012 | Miray Gürani
Well, my friend, u made a difference, a shining one!!
Waiting for the step we talked about… Meanwhile, keep filling your papers with the breathings of ur heart xxx
November 27, 2012 | Yara Karim
I just wanted to congratulate you for your nice website. I liked it and it's nice to read from you.
November 26, 2012 | Elie Sebaaly
Mabrouk Paul!!..as a blogger + social media freak + writer at heart, I must say I was very touched by the first page and introduction of your website. "Nulla dies sine linea", something I definitely live by and for.
Keep it up, keep the posts coming. This website won't only be your interaction with the world but also an interaction with your inner self as you will watch your own work improve by the post and change "au fil des lignes et des jours".
November 19, 2012 | Lana El Sahely
C'est tres beau de te voir aller ds la bonne voie, j'esperes que tu va etre toujours maitre de tes choix! Je suis fier de toi! Keep up the good work and fill the blanks !
November 4, 2012 | Raissa-Maria Klimos
Special words from a very special person... love your website Paul.
September 12, 2012 | Anastasia Kuznetsova
The choice of words, topics and your style of writing are so refreshing in an age where, nowadays, we are so often bombarded with mindless drivel. Well done Paul. Please keep up the inspirational and uplifting work.
September 7, 2012 | Michael Sutherland
Your words are inspiring and magical, they have such logic but still so much passion, consider me a new fan!
August 27, 2012 | Stefania Mendizabal
Great personal website Paul! Original and inspiring. Congrats!
August 10, 2012 | João Schmidt
Raramente podemos toparnos con personas que con solo una mirada te transmiten una buena energia, personas que resaltan por el simple hecho de que son especialmente diferentes... Muy bonito tu blog al igual que tu espiritu... Muy buen trabajo
July 16, 2012 | Karolina Mendoza
The greatest kindness is often shown in letting things go...
None of us is perfect...
but we can all be perfect friends and
perfect parters by allowing those that we love to be imperfect...
Paul, I really do meet so many people but YOU are really different...
because of your intentions...
when I first had the chance to read your writings I thought...
passion on meta level...yearning for change...respecting diversity...
having courage in letting things go...to make room for new dimensions...
lucky me... I met you...
July 15, 2012 | Zemra Acarli
My Dear Paul.
An ever raising Star you are, with non ending shining glare, all of your life, the past, the present, and the future to be. WE trust in God with your Book and that HE will only permit the wrighting of joy and servitude to Him and humanity.
July 15, 2012 | Alfredo Andere Mendiolea
Lovely Blog Paul! My compliments!
July 12, 2012 | Tania Ostar
We all want to have true friends, but the quality of our friends depend on us. If you want to have true friends, you should be a true friend yourself. By being a true friend, people will love to be around you and many of them will eventually become your true friends.
In addition, being a true friend is a good way to solve relationship problems. It’s difficult to change other people, but you can always change yourself. You can then solve the otherwise unsolved problems in relationships.
It may take years to learn how to be a good friend but here are a few tips:
1. Befriend yourself
This is an essential first step if you are to be a true friend. If you don’t even accept yourself, how can you accept others? You may have made mistakes in the past that you can’t forget. But forgive yourself for them. You perhaps don’t have the traits you want in life. But accept yourself as you are.
2. Accept others
After you befriend yourself, you will be in a good position to accept others. Other people may do you wrong or have some bad habits you don’t like. But you are not perfect yourself so there is no reason for you not to accept them.
3. Make time
Sometimes we are too busy to provide time for relationships, even for important people in our life. That most likely happens because we put relationships too low in our priority list. If we regard relationships as high priority, time won’t be a problem. We will make time for relationships.
4. Be a good listener
The art of listening is one of the most difficult arts to master. A true friend is a good listener.
5. Enrich others’ life
A true friend provides value to others. If you want to do that, you should live a lifestyle of value. This way you amass value in your life you can then distribute to others.
6. Understand first
Everyone looks at life through his own lens. Often we expect others to see life through the same lens as ours, but that will create a lot of problems. A true friend is someone who is willing to look through other people’s lenses first. He tries to understand why they think and act that way.
7. Find common ground
Finding common ground helps you connect with new friends quickly. The common ground allows you to talk to others about something they are interested in and thereby build relationships with them.
8. Be interested
If you want to be interesting you should first be interested. Be curious. Cultivate interest about many things. If you do that, you can genuinely be enthusiastic when people talk to you about something. People will feel appreciated and love to be around you.
9. Take initiative to help
A true friend doesn’t wait until someone asks his help. Instead, he takes the initiative to help others. This, of course, is easier said than done. To do this, you should be on the lookout for needs. Be sensitive. Often you can find others’ needs through what they implicitly say. You may also see it through their body language. When you sense a need, think about how you can help them and take the initiative to help.
10. Trust others
If you treat others as good and trustworthy people, they will also treat you likewise. People will feel how you believe in them and they will be touched by your sincerity.
11. Know the right time to do things
A true friend knows the right time to praise, the right time to listen, and the right time to rebuke and when to come and when to stay away. A true friend masters the art of timing.
12. Have integrity
Integrity is the foundation of true friendship. Be sure that you do what you say. You can only build true friendship if you are true to yourself and others.
13. Be present in difficult times
This is the test of true friendship. Only true friends will choose to be with you in difficult times. So, to be a true friend, be with your friends in their dark moments. Be with them even if you need to let go your own convenience.
July 9, 2012 | Rt.Hon.The Marquess of Arena
Paul ... quel plaisir de te voir en ligne enfin! T'es une personne assez intelligente et tu sais a quel point j'apprecie nos echanges culturels, religieux et meme parfois au sujet de la femme! te souhaite bcp de succes et de bonne chance et je te dis a tres bientot au Liban!
July 9, 2012 | Elias F. Chibani
You are the man who give me great energy to make this great party in Beirut.
i will visit you soon.
July 8, 2012 | Yunus Kasarcı
Paul, what a divine person you are... All the best my friend xo
Miss World Australia 2012
July 8, 2012 | Jessica Kahawaty
Strangely,am writing my own traveling book here in Italy, and u just made me realize with ur blog introduction quotes that life is really a book and our days are our blank pages waiting to be filled.thanks for making me think of that in that way tho i was doing it already.
P.S : Respirare non è vivere, vivere è quando ti manca il respiro. (a quote that i keep in mind all day long)
July 8, 2012 | Jennifer El Hage
So you've told me you write good articles but it's only now that I got the chance to read some of them. Very impressive indeed.
Looking forward for more,
July 8, 2012 | Rama Kanj
Very well done Paul! Ad maiora
July 8, 2012 | Marco Caputo
You have always a great writer and you always knew how to choose you words. I m so happy for you and congratulation for your website which is i guess the first ot its kind for a student at our University, and i wish you nothing but the best in you professionnal career :)
July 8, 2012 | Ralph Obeid
each word , written , said , or done , is one step forward ! All these white pages that can t be written without us .......kiss , Rosalie
July 8, 2012 | Rosalie Van Breemen
tree boo mabrook!!
July 8, 2012 | Georges Zakhour
What was written (intentionally, most probably) on a previously blank HOME page is deemed really touching, worth to be read.
And when it entices & incites us to feel (free) like delving deep, this means that the message, moreover what it underlies, is heavy enough to have sunk deep down.
Apprendre à vivre (savoir vivre si tu veux)... faut surtout savoir mourir.
Les trois points entre les deux, c'est nous, ce qu'on fait de nos jours... de nos nuits, surtout. Que pour laisser une trace, rien que ça.
Hopefully you being a book to be read & remembered, not some other book forgotten on a certain shelf.
"Keep on fertilizINK", instead of wishing you the "best of luck".
July 8, 2012 | Tala Sabbagh Yaghi