Once walking past Saydit (سيدة) Hospital Antilias , a mentally challenged guy on the fence called me , psst psst , .. I was curious, he looked stressed so I asked whats wrong. Shou fi ? he said come come.. I walked across a little and he whispered .. kelloun hown mjenin.
The moral of the story is , being sane or blind is a matter of opinion .
If Gebran couldn't build a power station , he at least could have appointed a GM that could've cleaned the mess, killed few birds, and stopped the internal corruption, subsidies, employee excess and all the wasted studies. Nothing changed. Taking holidays to watch football matches is a luxury for a leader of the largest block and acting leader of the largest Party in a poor country like lebanon. He should release his stress and travel again or use the army officers to carry some of his shopping bags.. Then they ask , shou badkoun ?
We just want normal people who speak with a normal tone to not fight but put their head down and bums up and start ticking boxes.
if you think that being sane is a matter of opinion, then you might as well join your friend on that fence.