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Waiting For Godot


A long journey of everyday waiting characterized by economic difficulties, rising prices of food and other basic commodities and inflation.

17 Comments:

  • well can i buy some stocks there ?? ... though i have not seen this one before next to nazdak :(

    By Blogger GraY FoX, at 8/10/05 2:43 PM  


  • Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeehh Ramadan kareem
    I don't know how do they live ..
    but they are living ..
    I suggest to hear ziad song .. Bas mashi .. kef mashi ..
    I am wondering if you know it ...
    if you don't, accept it from me as a gift .. yallah ;)
    I loved this pic and article Ghalia

    By Blogger Majd, at 8/10/05 9:24 PM  

  • لك أيمتى خفقتي بدوني يا بطة؟؟؟

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9/10/05 12:43 AM  

  • eeeh ya majd... bas mashi!

    By Blogger Yazan, at 9/10/05 2:35 AM  

  • ...and we keep grumbling about our lives!

    By Blogger Ihsan, at 9/10/05 12:46 PM  

  • omg, Is this man waiting all day to sell a few bunches of weed?! This must be pretty harsh.
    Ghalia, sorry for asking but what's "Godot"?

    By Blogger Ahmad, at 10/10/05 8:08 AM  

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    By Anonymous ضبابي, at 10/10/05 9:08 AM  

  • Thanx guys, this man broke my heart, nobody approached him to buy some of his weeds! And even if they did, what will he get, 25 S.P?? I wonder is it enough to buy him anything?!!

    To Ahmad, thanx for asking so much, and never feel sorry for asking anything since u wanna know! Anyways “Waiting For Godot” is a name of a tragicomedy play by Beckett, from the absurd theater where two tramps do nothing for the whole play but waiting for someone called Godot that he never comes! A symbolic play represents the meaninglessness of modern life!
    To read a short synopsis about it: Click Here
    And to read the whole play:D: Click Here

    By Blogger Ghalia, at 10/10/05 12:43 PM  

  • I forgot to add that a lot of ppl now use this expression when they wait for somthing either mistyrious or never come! it's very common and a famous say I guess! Although I didn't hear of it before I read this play!

    By Blogger Ghalia, at 10/10/05 12:47 PM  

  • Some "ONE" is out there enjoying his mansions and multi billions!!!!! "our" billions!!!!!...while this poor guy is hopping to get some pennies!...
    Ramadan Kareem Galia...n' ALLA Kareem!...

    By Blogger Sharks, at 10/10/05 3:37 PM  

  • This is an excellent title Ghalia.. Times will pass by, and people like this guy can do nothing but keep waiting for Godot...
    sometimes one picture can capture the whole story of people... especially when words fail to describe..
    nice blog.. keep it up..

    By Blogger Omar, at 10/10/05 6:59 PM  

  • Wow, that's a creative title. Thanx for the info

    By Blogger Ahmad, at 10/10/05 10:31 PM  

  • Waiting for Godot -- Act 1
    Godot . . . anyhow, you see who I mean, I'd wait till it was black night ... Mr.Godot told me to tell you he won't come this evening but surely tomorrow. ...
    samuelbeckett.Waiting_for_Godot_Part1.A very good post Ghada ,the photo tells you much ,I wonder how many understood you !!! a picture tells you a thousand words

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11/10/05 6:18 PM  

  • Me Anonymous again I am sorry to have called you Ghada "What's in a name? That which we call a rose
    By any other word would smell as sweet." W.S-From Romeo and Juliet (II, ii, 1-2)
    That was my alms for the mistake ,you may look a Ghada, but you must be proud to be Ghalia for a precious reason .

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11/10/05 6:39 PM  

  • guess each one of us has his own ghodot waitng for

    By Blogger no one, at 12/10/05 2:01 PM  

  • well done Ghalia, once I got passed the title the post really struck me.

    By Blogger Omar, at 12/10/05 7:20 PM  

  • Got to your site from Kevin Sites stories. I am completely impressed by your stories through the pictures. My tears are just running down my cheeks as I read through the posts. You have done a tramendous job with views from Syria. Keep up the good work!!!

    Patti from Texas

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2/2/06 11:21 PM  

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