I am a Muslim, a Christian, a Jew and a Buddhist too. If you don't like it, then this place is not for you, but as long as you don't force your beliefs on anyone, you're welcome to join in, it doesn't matter if you're a liberal, a republican or just simply you.
Was reading up on the Dogon people in Mali and found this image of a Dogon mud hut with what looks like the Amazigh symbol. Coincidence maybe? Or do the Tuareg have something to do with it?
Tógu nà (a kind of case à palabres): a building only for men. They rest here much of the day throughout the heat of the dry season, discuss affairs and take important decisions in the toguna. The roof of a toguna is made by 8 layers of millet stalks. It is a low building in which one cannot stand upright. This helps with avoiding violence when discussions get heated.
It's been a long time since the last time I blogged here. Was immersed in Arab Spring and busy blogging at Moroccans For Change for a while, and then got sidetracked by a multitude of changes in my personal life. Changed jobs, moved to a new town, gave up on politics, embraced my spirituality, learned a few new skills, made lots of new friends (including with myself), learned not to confuse patience with self-control and discovered love with new eyes.
All in all, it's not exactly what I intended to do, but you know as they say; life happens when you're busy making other plans - and who am I to argue with that?
It's all good!
Thank God the universe takes care of itself with or without my help and I can honestly say I couldn't be more grateful for that.
Today is Amazigh New Year, so I wish all my fellow Amazigh a happy, healthy new year full of love and many blessings!
And to the rest of the world...I LOVE YOU!
Love is a mirror... You see nothing but your reflection...~Rumi