Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Thank You


For everyone who kept reading this (or other Lebanese) blogs during this war, thank you.
For every kind comment or email, for every hateful one, thank you.
For every warm wish or sentiment, thank you.

11 Comments:

Blogger MCP said...

I've found your blog because of the war, it's true. And I will continue to read it - the elegance that I've found in the way you express your views and in the way you structure your texts and posts will make me come here often.
All the best

3:41 PM, August 16, 2006  
Anonymous ghassan said...

Ramzi,
Is it possible to tell the country of residemce of those who voted in the poll about faith? I find the results to be facinating if the voters are residents of Lebanon. I do realize that the readers of Blogs in Lebanon tend to be more educated , more worldly and less religious but to find out that over 55% of them are either agnostic or aethiests just ain't bad. If anything this is a reflection on your readership. Congratulations for attracting "reasonable, thinking" people:-)

5:48 PM, August 16, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what is this? a goodbye message?!

7:21 PM, August 16, 2006  
Anonymous Kanza said...

Thank you Ramzi for sharing with us your pain, your thoughts and your beautiful writing
I discovered your blog when I read about it on www.lemonde.fr and since then I read every post you wrote and I will continue
All the best.

10:25 PM, August 16, 2006  
Blogger Eve said...

nahna mahsoubeen? :) thank you for keeping on writing R, and for every Lebanese blogger who didnt lose hope during the past month.

12:11 AM, August 17, 2006  
Blogger tears for lebanon said...

The Thanks goes to you Ramzi. You are inspiring. 8 days away was just too long! Don't make me hold my breath for that long again! You were missed!

3:35 AM, August 17, 2006  
Anonymous آدم said...

الله معكم ؛ كل لبنان في القلب
آدم من تونس

12:11 AM, August 18, 2006  
Blogger Heading for Sinai said...

Shalom to you, Ramzi, and to all those who wish peace to the people of Lebanon and Israel. I will continue to read your blog in the days to come.

10:43 PM, August 18, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks for the posts
I am thankfull the war is over and the airport is open
my family wants to come visit next summer but to be honest I am scared that we may not be as welcomed as before thanks to this damned war!
I will keep reading as I love the way you touched my heart during the darkest hours when I could not stop crying.... Sheri

1:11 AM, August 20, 2006  
Anonymous Natasha said...

Hi thanks for the blog

2:17 AM, August 23, 2006  
Blogger olivebranch said...

No, Thank you.

And I hope you come back to blogging soon to tell us all about any reconstruction you see happening.

2:58 AM, September 19, 2006  

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