Here is a small statement about fashion i shared on my Facebook wall that I would love to hear your opinion about:
© Sandra Chami Kassis –, 2014 – 2017
If there’s one thing I learned in life is to not judge people; no matter what.
Growing up as a kid; I used to do it because I was very religious and to me God and Jesus equaled “Love”; to love is to forgive, to love is to forget, to love is to let go, etc.
You might not agree with me on the “religion” part, but it sure paved the way.
A few years forward, I learned that every single person on earth is fighting a battle; every convict, selfish, thief, rapist once fought a battle. Well of course there are a bunch of assholes out there, forgiving doesn’t mean you should be passive and dumb. You are to roar and get angry but once you’re back into your own cage, you shut the door and let go!
See, dealing with people is hard! Jean-Paul Sartre wasn’t an idiot when he said: “Hell is other people.” It is.
Here’s the twist; for some reason, almost every person i know or meet finds me likeable but firm..allow me to elaborate: i hate “grey”! Ever heard of black or white? Yup, that’s me.
Am honest. Brutally honesty. No, I wouldn’t hurt you – the truth would. Not me though.
You’d ask me if that shirt looks good; I’ll tell you. I don’t care if it’s ugly and i don’t have to choose my words or decorate them to make them look good (even though i could); but truth is ugly. And trust me it was never colored. (No. A white lie doesn’t exist. Get over it.)
But wouldn’t the world be a bit better if we all were as brutally honest as some of us are? No one is a saint but hey! We try!
“Peopling” is hard, it sucks (thank God for coffee); it was never my thing – never will be.
They’re just so scared of going to hell that they act as sheep by day and wolves by night; for God’s sake, you can’t be scared of going to hell..i mean look around you; rape, murder, envy, war, etc…my friend, you’re already there!
© Sandra Chami Kassis –, 2014 – 2016
#JeSuisCharlie took the social media by strom.
It was even present at the Golden Globes.
Well I am not with CharlieHebdo and certainly not with the violence and murder it witnessed.
I mean, as a Christian, the magazine made fun of my Jesus too and in a very awful and disrespectful way but that wouldn’t mean i would go and kill people who work there. Wouldn’t that mean that every idea or concept i represent do not match with my actions?
Killing and violence will now drive the people who work there more furious and they will double the irony.
#JeSuisCharlie because the reaction of those terrorists was idiotic but am certainly not into Charlie Hebdo which belittles evrything i believe in.
Am with the freedom of expression without hurting others, with getting to write my ideas for people to read without making them feel offended..
© Sandra Chami Kassis –, 2014