Majed

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  1. @Leo Gura hey, i am serious about understanding such things. obviously the mind is capable of enjoying torture duh. the idea that torture is bad is a human construct. torture can be enjoyed by infinite mind. matter of fact i sometimes enjoy torture of people in movies for example, or i can enjoy seeing animals tortured in factory farms, lol.
  2. wondering if you guys care about lebanon lmao
  3. Here's an even more original insight on the history of Lebanon: Lebanon's enduring pluralism stems from its environment itself - the rugged, fragmented landscape of the Mount Lebanon range created the conditions for diversity to take root and flourish over centuries. The towering Lebanon Mountains, which hug the Mediterranean coastline, are composed of narrow valleys separated by soaring limestone peaks. This compartmentalized geography made it extremely difficult for any central authority to project control and enforce homogeneity. As a result, different religious sects, ethnic groups and clans were able to carve out their own isolated enclaves and micro-societies across the mountain range's multitude of valleys and villages. Maronite Christians dominated certain areas, Druze others, along with Sunni, Shia and other minority populations scattered across the terrain. This decentralized human geography mirrored the fragmented ecological landscapes, where diverse microclimates, soil conditions and terroirs shaped localized systems of agriculture, architecture, cuisine and culture. Proximity bred connection, but the peaks divided communities into semi-autonomous worlds. Over centuries, the Lebanon Mountain range became a refugium for persecuted minorities fleeing invaders and persecution from wider regions. Its isolating geography providing sanctuary for diversity to persistence despite broader homogenizing forces at play. So by the time modern Lebanon emerged as a nation-state, it inherited a deeply pluralistic society archaeologized into its very physical terrain. The mountains had preserved a kaleidoscope of communal identities in a way that flatter, more integrated landscapes may not have. Rather than the nation precedingly ethnic or religious cohesion, in Lebanon, pluralism and heterogeneity took spatial form first through the agency of an unruly environment that existed outside centralized control for ages. The landscape itself was pluralism's protector and crucible. This ecological legacy shaped an almost cellular model of sovereignty in Lebanon. No single authority could supersede the sovereignty and autonomy of communities structured into pockets of the mountain terrain over centuries. Diverse co-existence became a geographical imperative. So while conflict and tensions between Lebanon's factions have erupted cyclically, the nation's existence relies on perpetually mirroring its own landscape - a pluralistic motley wherein every fragment belongs to the whole. sourced from ai
  4. @Merkabah Star where you from ?
  5. Hey guys would be great to share videos and educational content concerning the history, politics, geography, culture... of Lebanon. I am lebanese myself, and i bet with this process i will learn way more about my country, and it would be great also for you guys to discover this country in deeper ways...
  6. @Leo Gura i mean cmon let's be serious, not everything is relative there are hierarchies: in art, in cuisines, in music... wouldn't you say that a well prepared meal is better than a piece of shit to eat. if you say shit is better then you're just dishonest. well similarly what's better bach or 2 pac
  7. if music is subjective than why is classical music better than hip hop for example ? and if you say hip hop is better well then you're not serious.
  8. @Pox you need more sexual maturity to understand.