Saturday, July 15, 2006


it is 2:42 am
the city is calm. too calm.
i am going to try to sleep, but my minidisc is connected to the microphone and ready on my balcony.
i am pretty sure we're having a nice party tonight.


Blogger phil bywater said...




great to hear from you
in our thoughts always
love from the kangaroos

Phil Bywater

5:40 AM  
Blogger coqsinel said...

hope things will be safe and end soon... meanwhile, please don't stop...

9:20 AM  
Blogger hoda said...

le silence est de mise et la vie que partie remise.
que faire (?)comme dirait l'autre?

je reste connectee sur ton blog Mazen et a Paris on se mobilise autant qu'on peut mais est ce vraiment une consolation?

la cousine kerbej- Paris

11:37 AM  
Blogger KERBLOG said...

What to do...?
Helples thinking: maybe don't stop to tell what is happening to all the people...
And don't shut your eyes.
Never! Never!! Never give up!!!



2:05 PM  
Blogger Anna said...

Keep on writing us. How did everything start? How can we stop it from abroad?

A hug from Italy.

4:00 PM  
Blogger tom said...

Hi Mazen,

Keep telling it like it is. The more voices like yours out there the better.

Keep strong and safe,
Tom Chant

4:06 PM  
Blogger tropish said...

Out of all of the great weapons that we have is our hability to stand strong and opened when things are bad, and use it to create the foundations for the change in our hearts. That is the true warrior.
Keep on having the mic,pencil and blog opened for us.
Julio, Madrid (Spain)

6:18 PM  
Blogger mazen said...

dear friends,
it is really cool that my fucking computer is connected with all of you. fucking technology!
thanks for your worries, comments, and reading.
anyways, like we always say out here, no worries to have. we have been trained for years to support this shit.
chances are big that you'll have to see us alive again one day!
keep in touch

6:48 PM  
Blogger Joke said...

Hello mazen

I am Thomas' mother from Switzerland. Please go on with your work. I wish the lebanon people a lot a courage, i am not very religious, but i pray for you and your people.

Joke Burkhalter

10:45 AM  
Blogger #1photographer said...

mazen, just to let you know that we are so unsettled too and that here in spain hundreds of balconies have a white flag showing we want the peace over lebanon.

Thanks for keeping us update in such an experienced artistic way. I dig your music and your drawings.

Much love from madrid,

12:41 PM  

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