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The mission of the twin soul

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I had that inner voice that told me about the number of true twin souls which is seven .there are only 7 true twin souls in the seven continents who are reuniting to uplift the energy of the planet Earth so the planet can ascend and awaken There are 7 chakra sites in the world ,in places that are historical and non-historical,like the 7 chakras inside the human body ,every chakra needs to be activated and with the help of twin souls who serve like portals of light ,through them that energy is activated

Once twin souls unite and got that energy activated inside of them then they can use that powerful energy to serve the whole humanity ,to make that shift from 3D into 5D

Egypt represents the throat chakra ,that’s why God chose prophet Moses to talk to him directly near mountain sinai in Egypt

But before being able to speak to God ,he had to activate his throat chakra through fasting from talking ,it said that the prophet moses fasted for 40 days!

God spoke directly to prophet Moses near Mount Tur in Sinai,Egypt.

 

If we put the pieces of the puzzle together ,it seems the mission of the only true twin soul in Egypt has something to do with communication and media!

Because twin soul has infinite power of manifestation ,they can revolutionize that field area of communication  

So the throat chakra sites exist in three places in the middle east 

Throat chakra: Great Pyramid of Giza and Mt Sinai, Egypt; Mt of Olives, Jerusalem.


There are 7 true twins around the world in the seven continents reuniting to make that shift happen in human consciousness,the world is in the process of awakening ,there’s huge leap that will happen in the coming years in all fields ,bringing more light and balance to the world


The Reference: http://themindunleashed.org/2013/07/earth-chakras-and-vortices-earth-energy.html#comments

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Memorizing The Facts!

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There are 3 jobs i wanted and dreamed to become :Being detective,Writer and/or psychiatrist !
I’m Like any normal girl ,I lived in Egypt ,went to public school ,then college and get the certificate that i can just hang on the wall or soak it in the water then drink its water .In other words ,it’s so useless !!
I remember Adel Amam’s famous Quote in one of his plays ‘’de bald bat3et shahdat” “it’s a country that like certificates” and it’s so true ,we judge others status or education by their certificates instead of their actual knowledge while if we see the most successful people ,we would find most of them didn’t complete their studies or dropped out of school like Bill gates but they chased their passions and learn through self-study and get what they wanted and become successful !
tell me how many people who really Study something because they are interested in it or because they Luv it and want to learn more about it??? you can count these people on the fingers of one hand. Most of the students think of just passing the exams and their relationship with studying and books end there with the finals .They broke up becoz this relationship isn’t based on true love but rather the need to get something done and that’s it!!

since i was a little kid ,I was taught to memorize ,Learn everything by heart even in math or science ,we would study Facts ,facts and nothing but facts ,it’s Like “hard times” in dickens novel !!
and when I graduated I faced the hard and harsh reality ,No jobs!
All these years i wasted in studying and then Nothing! Yeah ,our government teaches us to be independent ,Go and find a job for yourself!
Most of the students in our beloved Country Lost faith in Learning.Let me tell you why
first ,you teach them from childhood like 5 or 6 to memorize ,and when these little curious creatures start to ask questions ,they got suppressed becoz who are you to question the teacher? or it’s just like that “haya kda” ,you will know later when you grow up!!

then when the children grow up ,they go to elementary school and they study more facts for 3 years .following that The Nightmare ,The horror which is called “High School” or as we call it in Egypt “ el thanwya el 3amma” and since it starts ,you find your parents putting so much pressure on you to study and study and never leave the book becoz your whole life and future depends on how high your score in the exams and that the more you memorize ,the better your chances of getting high grade and getting to the college you dream of or ironically the one your parents want !!

after leaving High school with its ups and downs ,you find the college world not much different but more years you spend in memorizing and that’s true for all the colleges like Law ,arts ,education ,etc etc .After you graduate ,you find that you wasted most of your years memorizing facts that you never use in real life or don’t benefit you in any practical way!
For God sake,Stop Memorizing!! understand why the hell you are doing this? what’s the point? if we are gonna change the future ,we must think of a creative way of doing things !
I Lost faith in the education system and come to embrace the self-study approach ,Study what you love, forget about “Study” ,that very word makes you feel like you gonna just work hard to get a high score on an exam .READ ,EXPlore,Discover ,Be curious about the world and USE your Brain to think about stuff that interest you .IF we have one life ,at least spend it Doing Something you actually Love and passionate about,anything else is just waste of time,money and effort and really doesn’t matter!

حوار مع صديقتى المثالية جدا

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تحدثت بالأمس مع صديقتى و احتد النقاش بيننا حيث كانا نناقش قضية هامة تدور حوال هذا التساؤل :هل فساد الدولة نتجية لفساد الأفراد أم نتجية لفساد المنظومة الحاكمة من رئيس و حكومة؟

ترى صديقتى أنها نتجية لفساد الأفراد حيث ترى أن الالتزام الأخلاقى للأفراد و التزامهم بتعاليم دينهم هو العامل الرئيسى فى نجاح الدولة فقلت لها أن نظرتها مثالية جدا و أنها تحلم بالمدينة الفاضلة حيث يلتزم الجميع بالأخلاق والدين و هذا غير ما يحدث على أرض الواقع حيث تشكل هذه الفئة الملتزمة أخلاقيا و دينيا نسبة ضئيلة جدا لا تتعدى الواحد فى المئة

ويوجد كلا الناقضيين الملتزم جدا بالأخلاق و المنحرف جدا و الفاسد على الطرف الأخر و فى الوسط يقع معظم البشر الذى يخلطون عملا صالحا بآخر سىء فكيف تمثل حالات فردية نجاح الدولة!

هل يكفى التزام مليون شخص مثلا لنجاح دولة من ٩٠ مليون فرد؟!

لماذا ينجح كل العلماء الذى يسافرون للعمل فى الخارج بينما لا يحققوا مثل هذا النجاح فى الداخل؟!

كان رأيى الذى قلته لها ان نجاح اى دولة نتجية لتطبيق القانون و قوة و نزاهة من يحكمون هذه الدولة 

فمؤسسات الدولة هى العمود الفقرى الذى يتحكم فى باقى الدولة و لن تتكمن اى دولة من النهوض بدون هذا العمود الفقرى القوى

ضربت لى مثلا كيف ان الدول الأوروبية يلتزمون أخلاقيا منذ البداية نتجية للتربية السليمة التى تؤدى فى النهاية الى دولة ناجحة و متطورة

ذكرت لها نفس المثال انهم فى الغرب والدول الأوروبية لا يلتزمون فقط بالأخلاق لكن بالقانون الذى يشكل لهم الرادع الأكبر فهم حين يخطأون يعلمون أنهم سوف يحاسبوا 

حتى فى الدين الذى يجعلك تلتزم بقواعد الدين هى فكرة الثواب و العقاب حيث ان النفس البشرية اذا تركت لأهوائها فأنها بالتأكيد تنحرف

قد يلتزم البعض لتمسكه بالأخلاق أو الدين أو التربية لكن سؤالى لها كيف نجعل دولة من ملايين الأفراد تلتزم بالقواعد الصحيحة ؟!

قالت لى مجددا التربية و التمسك بالدين و الأخلاق المفترض ان يتمسك بهم الجميع للنهوض بالدولة حيث التزام كل فرد هو ما يحدد نجاح الدولة ككل قلت لها كل هذا جميل ولكن ما يحدث على أرض الواقع ان فى المجتمع الكثير من المنحرفين الفاسدين و النصابين و المجرمين ما الذى يجعل و يجبر كل هؤلاء على الألتزام بالأخلاق و الدين؟

فى رأيى شىء واحد فقط هو الالتزام بالقانون و الخوف من العقاب ،كل شىء آخر فى رأيى هو مجرد أفتراضات و نظرة فلسفية لما يجب أن يحدث أو يكون!

من رأى منكم فيلم جوليا روبرتس قصة الفيلم مأخوذة من قصة واقعية حدثت بالفعل ،فى الفيلم جوليا روبرتس تعمل فى مكتب محاماة و تقوم بالعمل فى قضية فساد شركة مياه حيث أدى تلوث المياه فى منطقة معينة فى انتشار العديد من الأمراض نحن هنا نتكلم عن مؤسسة من مؤسسات الدولة الحكومية قامت جوليا برفع قضية ضد شركة المياة بعد ما قدمت كل الأدلة التى تثبت تضرر الناس منها ونجحت فى أن تحصل للمتضررين على تعويض بملايين الدولارات 

هذا هو الفرق بينا و بينهم ببساطة ففى الغرب حتى أن كان يوجد فساد فيوجد قانون يحاكم من يخطأ ولا سيادة لأحد فوق هذا القانون لكن فى بلدنا توجد الآف القوانين لا يتم تفعيلها او تطبيقها او حتى معقابة من يقوم بكسرها بأى شكل !!

فلنبدأ من البداية فعندما أصحو من النوم ولا أجد ماء أو كهرباء فأنى ألعن الدولة التى أعيش فيها التى لا توفر للمواطن أبسط الخدمات!

عندما أمشى فى شارع غير ممهد و ملئ بالقمامة أشعر بالأشمئزاز و أكره البلد التى لاتهتم بالنظافة تقول لى صديقتى المفروض أن نتعلم الأنلقى نلقى القمامة فى الشارع أوكى أنا مش هرمى بس متأكدة أن فى مليون غيرى هيرموا زبالة و يلوثوا البيئة!

عندما أضيع أكثر من عشرين عاما من عمرى فى تعليم لا فائدة منه لا ينمى مهاراتى و لا يعدنى لسوق العمل و لا يطور شخصيتى فأنى أسأل نفسى ما فائدة كل ذلك و ما فائدة هذه الورقة التى تسمى الشهادة التى أستطيع أن أبلها و أشرب ميتها!

أين هى الدولة التى من المفروض أن توفر لى تعليم جيد و وظيفة بعد التخرج؟!

أنى ألعن هذه البلد آلاف المرات و أكره هذا النظام الفاشل من أعماقى!

عندما لا أجد وسيلة مواصلات آدمية 

عندما لا أجد هواء و ماء نظيف فكل شئ فى هذه البلد ملوث حتى الأفكار!!

أنها دولة فاشلة بكل المقاييس ولا يمكن لفرد أن يغير دولة بأكملها مهما التزام بالقواعد وكان مواطن مثالى من الدرجة الأولى 

الدولة هى نتجية من يحكمها و يديرها و من يسن القوانين و يعاقب كل من يخرج عن القانون مهما كان منصبه!

ومع ذلك أنا أؤمن جدا بمقولة غاندى “كن أنت التغيير الذى تريد أن تراه فى العالم” علينا أن نلتزم نعم فى حياتنا من أجل أنفسنا و من أجل حياة أفضل لنا و لغيرنا لكن المسؤلية الحقيقية تقع على الدولة التى يجب أن توفر كل سبل العيش الكريم لمواطنيها

أحيانا فساد الدولة يؤدى إلى فساد الأفراد فأنك حين ترى المنظمومة كلها فاسدة فما أسهل أن تبرر لنفسك أن هذا الفساد و الظلم لا يواجه الا بنفس درجة الفساد فلتجأ الى التحايل و الكذب و الخداع من أجل فقط أن تعيش فى وسط هذا الكم من العفن!

لا يوجد دولة ناجحة تعانى جميع مؤسساتها من الفشل من تعليم وصحة وقضاء و شرطة الخ 

فعندما يغيب العدل والقانون فى الدولة يصبح كل شئ فاسد ويؤدى بها فى النهاية إلى الأنهيار و السقوط

أين نحن من عمر بن الخطاب (رضى الله عنه )الذى بكى لأنه لم يمهد طريق لدابة فى العراق هذا هو الحاكم الحقيقى للدولة الناجحة الحاكم الذى يشعر بحجم المسؤلية على عاتقه و يفعل كل ما فى وسعه ليوفر كل سبل الراحة و الأمان لشعبه و حينها يلتزم الشعب من نفسه لأنه يرى القدوة و المثل و أيضا القانون الذى يضع الجميع تحت قاعدة واحدة من الألتزام 

فهناك دولة قوية و دولة مهلبية وطب احنا عارفين نفسنا 😀

Negative people ,Give me a break! 

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I interacted today with this woman today and i felt so down when she told me all these sad stories of gloomy topics about death ,illness,bad people .i mean her negativity or sadness brought me down ,i felt like she dumped all her negativity on me ,i mean yeah i like talkative people but i dont like negative talkers and i also dont like people who talk about their personal lives all the time like it is the most important thing 

I get it that she is a kind lady and her experience in life revolves around her personal life but i couldn’t  care less ,yeah i could be curious to know a thing or two but i dont want to know your damn whole life story and i tried to be as gracious listener as possible but dont bring me down with you 

The only missing thing was a violin to play in the background ,i get her life is tough ,she suffered as most of people in this life do but please enough no need to tell ur life story to everyone 

I felt like she invaded my space and my privacy 

People in Egypt are damn nosey and talk too much and pretty self-centered i am not judging them ,that’s what i observed and that is the truth and they focus too much on what is wrong with their lives ,they gather to complain and cry and complain a little more like they really love that role of the victim like see i am kind and good and doing everything right and treat people kindly but life is such a bitch!!!

Seriously?!  i really had  enough of those people! Whiners! 

I luv people who spread joy ,simplicity ,happiness who smile and laugh in spite of their sadness ,no i dont like the people who suppress their sadness either or try to push it away or change it as if they dont want to feel any bad feelings,these people seem to me too cold and not human as if they want to be above the human experience but there is a big difference between being attached to your pain and sadness and make it your story and facing your life with positive attitude although it gets hard sometimes or at least to try to look at the positive and bright side of your life and to be grateful for what you have .i want to interact with positive people . i luv people who live like kids ,they cry when they r sad then they forget after a minute and laugh ,they r always living in the now enjoying life ,they dont get attached to pain,anger or sadness ,AlhamdulilAllah to some degree i live with the spirit of a child and that’s what i luv about me 🙂

The Tragedy and the hope : A place called “Rabaa”

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Egypt is going through hell and very hard time and unfortunately Killing become so easy ,it’s one of the signs of the end of this world! 
we used to watch Rabaa me and mom every day in Ramadan .those ppl stood up to the military dictatorship for more than a month ,protesting peacefully day and night .
I loved their faith and determination and i prayed for them to win their battle aganist injustice and oppression.
But After the Eid ,on Wednesday ,mom came from the market in a hurry and the first thing she told me “they are dispersing the sit-in in Rabaa” ,I was like OMG!
she turned on the TV and we were watching a massacre Live!

The most heartbreaking scenes to me is of that kid who is calling his mom to wake up while she is lying on the floor dead and soaked in her blood! 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jnrq-i3fw9U

don’t those f**king damn killers realize what they did ? they traumatized a child for a lifetime! 
this kid will always remember that image of his mother ! 
he could seek revenge by any means in the future ,He could turn out to be anything but one thing for sure that this child will be always emotionally bruised !
this is just one example of this massacre ,everyone on that day lost a mother ,father ,daughter ,son ,a relative or a friend!! 

Every time i saw this video, I cry .where’s the human rights and freedom that we scarified for since the 25 of jan Revolution !! 
I understand that all those bastards in the military want to stay in power forever and take over power by any means!! 

but what i don’t understand is their need to kill every one who is apposed to them! Why this need to kill to get rid of peaceful protests!! I mean if u have all that power ,what r u afraid of ?? !! But killers are always cowards
if u kill just one person ,there would be other 10 other ppl who support the same idea .
ppl die but ideas and principles don’t .Rabaa Now which means “4” in Arabic becomes a sign of persistence and determination 

Almost all ppl on social networks like facebook and twitter changed their profile pic to this sign in solidarity with the martyrs of Rabaa .”4″ becomes the sign of Victory worldwide 🙂

Support Rabaa and change ur profile pic to this image 

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The Role of Facebook&Twitter in The Egyptian Revolution

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i found this post at this site reface.me and i rly liked it and i thought of posting it here on my blog as a sweet memory from the Revolution.  Both facebook and twitter 4 sure played a role in the Revolution but not a big one actually .rather it’s the power of the people,their persistence and faith and the blood of the martyrs that ignited the Revolution. let’s face it,not many people in Egypt have facebook or twitter accounts ,it’s the young youth who were the first ones to call for 25 jan day and then the rest of the Egyptian people joined them all over the country.so, thanks for the martyrs whom their blood liberate us and thanks for facebook and twitter for connecting people 🙂

We found some pictures and cartoons that illustrate the role of Facebook and other social media in the the biggest demonstrations in Egypt in years.

Clever Photoshopping by WeAreAndSome.

The Egyptian people fight President Mubarak with Facebook and Twitter, by Bryant Arnold.

Egypt, Facebook & Twitter cartoon

Three Arab leaders (Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, Muammar al-Gaddafi of Libya, and King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia) with protesting crowds in the background. Mubarak asks: “And you, how many foes do you have on Facebook?” by Swiss cartoonist Patrick Chapatte.

“Egypt has defriended you”, by Gary Clement.

This photo was obviously not taken in Egypt, but it sums up the tools for a modern day revolution quite well. The AK-47 and machete are so old school.

NBC’s news reporter, Richard Engel, tweeted this picture of Egyptians holding up a sign that says “Thank you, Facebook”.