Not for the Norm...

For those who may consider themselves, out of "norm", you may consult the other blog.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Sleepless, graphomaniac, world-wise, world-weary, disenchanted, phlegmatic, bored of everything and everyone, but fierily passionate when it comes to Iraq, acute "eye witness" of life, sarcastic describer, merciless with the wicked and the idiots but incredibly sweet and warm with the fellow-sufferers, overhumanly intelligent, shrouded in an aura of mystery...

...and you still would give me to swallow that we have never met ?

;-)
Anonymous said…
I totally simpathize with your infinite disappointment and regally dignified detachment from the squalid reality of this monotonous, narrow-horizoned, existentially unambitious part of the world.

Norm, normality, "normalization" as in politics...all anti-vital poisoned honey.

Trust me rather to die of cold a lonely bird in the wide empty winter skies than renounce my "wings" for the blissful tepidity of an earth worm's vegetative life.
Anonymous said…
great post!

I'm completely normal. I've learned a long time ago to go my own way. I march to the drums in my head and sing to the tunes in my heart.
Anonymous said…
Normal is for them, Layla. Would you give your abnormality for their normal just to feel comfortable? I'll wager not for a split second! Pandora will see inside the box.
LostHere said…
Coincidencies...

I was listening to Omar Bashir's Al Andalus, when I went to your uncensored blog... I just love the sound of the Oud and the music of Iraq, but the "flamenco Arabe" that O.B. plays is also very enjoyable.

By the way, I have a sticker on my car (a 1989 vintage ) that says "Who are you to say what's normal?"

Coincidences, as I said.
YoUnicorn said…
My Dearest Layla

Interesting post.
There is a quote
*Normal is the pathology of the average*
I am not normal either !

Lots of love
Salaam dear
Anonymous said…
LostHere said...
Coincidencies...

I was listening to Omar Bashir's Al Andalus, when I went to your uncensored blog... I just love the sound of the Oud and the music of Iraq, but the "flamenco Arabe" that O.B. plays is also very enjoyable.

By the way, I have a sticker on my car (a 1989 vintage ) that says "Who are you to say what's normal?"

Coincidences, as I said.

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yeah coincidences
Anonymous said…
im completely normal so none of this applies to me
Anonymous said…
JR said...
"im completely normal"

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Anonymous said…
jr is one test away from a frontal lobotomy.
G.Gar said…
Salam Layla,

So, have you been able to strike the blance btween playing along and being yourself in your "real" life?

Also I dont want to meddle in your afffairs, but have you ever considered writing professionally?
I think that you would make a difference. There is a red tape that goes all the way through your social, political and subjective writings,which is connected to the core of the real problems our culture and civisation are facing.
Layla Anwar said…
Hi everyone,

Some very astute, intelligent, well written comments here...
A breath of fresh air in a stale blogosphere...
Thank you.
Layla Anwar said…
amre,

Writing professionally takes energy, time and money...
I am not sure, yet another book will make a difference.
I 've read tons of books, by tons of authors...Nice to keep as names and references. Have they really shaped this world into a better place? Am not sure.
Actually am not sure of anything anymore.
Layla Anwar said…
jr,

you completely normal? you could have fooled me...hahahahahahaha
Anonymous said…
Layla Anwar said...
Hi everyone,

Some very astute, intelligent, well written comments here...
A breath of fresh air in a stale blogosphere...
Thank you.

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ure welcome
Anonymous said…
Layla Anwar said...
jr,

you completely normal? you could have fooled me...hahahahahahaha

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layla im jst a normal average everyday person although admittedly with a strikingly high iq.......but that doesnt mean im not normal!
Anonymous said…
Layla Anwar said...
amre,

Writing professionally takes energy, time and money...
I am not sure, yet another book will make a difference.
I 've read tons of books, by tons of authors...Nice to keep as names and references. Have they really shaped this world into a better place? Am not sure.
Actually am not sure of anything anymore.

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yeah books do make a difference.....when i read chomsksys brilliant book "manufacturing consent" it totally changed my perspective on life
Anonymous said…
well not totally but enough to shape my thinking a little
Anonymous said…
Layla Anwar said...
amre,

Writing professionally takes energy, time and money...
I am not sure, yet another book will make a difference.
I 've read tons of books, by tons of authors...Nice to keep as names and references. Have they really shaped this world into a better place? Am not sure.
Actually am not sure of anything anymore.

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i think the articles in this blog would make a very good book.....who in their right minds would want read a political book anyway????

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