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My husband offered me a mask to cover my mouth, but I refused to wear it.Sadly, such books haven't provided answers to questions related to how things work here, which is why coughing will continue to be a problem until someone publishes "Perseverance in the Face of Garbage" and "Flying By the Seat of Your Pants: A Guide to Navigating Life in Lebanon".Children have a knack for asking about subjects not covered in books (or Google). They're curious as to why the president's summer palace in Beiteddine is open to visitors and unoccupied. They demand to know why people are only provided with one hour of electricity in high summer, in the 21st century. Diversion and escapism are sometimes the best way to avoid answering the embarrassing questions. That's why we transported the children to beautiful Byblos this weekend where we all enjoyed a traditional soap making demonstration at Alice Edde's fragrant boutique. The children blew bubbles, learned about their heritage and asked different types of questions – the sort grown-ups are more comfortable answering.
Whose life is it anyway?
Removing the blind spots
Putting the love back in Lebanon
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