Disclaimer: The following is the story behind two families brought together by their love for jewelry. My father was a man of many values. He was upfront and direct with people and cherished honesty and respect. He was a person who had an eye for everything beautiful. He used to tell me 'I love Beautiful … Continue reading When the past catches us; the Mukhi X Khanamirian Story!
It has been fours years since our last celebration. I remember that day oh so well. I had resumed my studies in London and hoped the plane while you were impatiently awaiting my arrival. It was 6 am when I came in the front door and went straight to your bedroom to kiss you and … Continue reading To you, on this Father’s Day
Disclaimer: I decided to share with you a blogpost dated from 2015, marking the centennial of the commemoration of the Armenian Genocide. Have a good read! Tomorrow is the 24th of April 2015. Tomorrow, Armenians from all over the world are commemorating the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide. A hundred years ago this day, began … Continue reading The Story of an Armenian Genocide Survivor; my GrandMother, Astrid.
Disclaimer: "Go ahead, destroy Armenia. See if you can do it. Send them into the desert without bread or water. Burn their homes and churches. Then see if they will not laugh, sing and pray again. For when two of them meet anywhere in the world, see if they will not create a new Armenia." … Continue reading BOURJ HAMMOUD; SAFE HAVEN FOR THE SURVIVORS OF THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE
Disclaimer: A year ago today I wrote this blog post. It takes a small act to bring happiness, hope and a smile to someone in need. Don't forget that. I am proud that my blog post was shared by online publications and reached the number one top post on "Lebanese Blogs" platform. Take a minute or two … Continue reading WHEN I MET JOUDI – THE YOUNG SYRIAN REFUGEE IN BEIRUT