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I will write more here soon about this Christmas season, which has been very different for me compared to previous Christmas times in Egypt. Sharm el Sheikh is such an international community, that Christmas is much more celebrated here than … Continue reading
today I am catching up on January by adding several posts, so if you don’t want to miss anything or get half the story, flip back and forwards for all posts dated 26 January. We are now over the worst … Continue reading
Life is mostly work for me, the exotic sound of “living in Egypt” has long been replaced by a routine that is not exciting, some days is simply exhausting and frustrating just as life anywhere can be, but it can … Continue reading
Ramadan is over and three days of Eid celebrations have begun. I will post later with some interesting links and wonderful photos on Ramadan. I feel calmer and stronger than at the beginning of the month. Challenges remain, but hopefully … Continue reading
Ramadan isn’t only the difficulties of fasting and the seriousness of spiritual contemplation. When people gather to eat during the evenings, there is plenty of enjoyment. Aside from meals with family, eating and drinking is often shared with friends, or … Continue reading
“Fasting the month of patience and three days of each month remove rancor of the heart.” Ahmad, Bazzar The word Ramadan is derived from an Arabic word for intense heat, scorched ground and shortness of food and drink. It is … Continue reading
“We must be willing to let go of the life we have planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us.” Joseph Campbell Summer is here. As I found last year, Egypt gets about a week of … Continue reading
The whirling dance of Tanoura is just one aspect of Sufi life that fascinates me. It is impossible for me not to be drawn in by the power of these performances, even when it is a performance designed for tourists … Continue reading