I have writer’s block, and I figure writing about writers block is better than not writing anything at all.
zai-nabil asked: Who are you?
No one important.
Anonymous asked: Are you working at a Christian organisation in the Middle East?
I used to work for an organization with people who are Christian.
I am currently unemployed. Seeking employment. Working nevertheless with my own money.
It’s difficult to start writing when so much time has passed. It is not for a lack of things to say, but rather where to start and how to begin.
You ever run into an old friend, knowing you only have a few moments to spare, and try to give an update of your life for the past five years they missed? Same sentiment.
Perhaps it is more like Isaac Newton’s first law of motion—an object in motion will stay in motion and an object at rest will remain, unless acted upon by an outside force. And my pen has been lying on its side, covered with a thin layer of white dust from Jordan’s steady breeze from the desert.
Quite frankly, my hands have been occupied by other things: the massive refugee population from Syria. trying to survive in the Middle East. reading on Arab culture. learning more Arabic— you know trying to save the world.
Anonymous asked: your plans for jordan?
Building refugee camps. Help Syrians. Save the world.