The mystery blogger award

I was honestly so surprised to be nominated by the very talented Tamara Rockicki from the blog Tamara Rokicki, but mostly so happy and so honored because it means that our bloggers community is a melting pot. No matter where are you from, your voice will be always heard, even when English isn’t your first language. So, thank you so much Tamara Rokicki for spotlighting my work.

The mystery blogger award was created by Okoto enigma; a lifestyle blog.
““Mystery Blogger Award” is an award for amazing bloggers with ingenious posts. Their blog not only captivates; it inspires and motivates. They are one of the best out there, and they deserve evry recognition they get. This award is also for bloggers who find fun and inspiration in blogging; and they do it with so much love and passion.”
– Okoto Enigma

Now, I am going to list you three things about myself:

1. I don’t like feathery objects or animals. And I still don’t know whether to call it a feather phobia or just a thing that disgusts me. (It is weird, I know.)
2. I am not an author of a certain book, but someday, I will be that. And so, blogging isn’t my main activity, because I am actually an engineering student from Morocco.
3. I used to be the kind of person who doesn’t have “no” as a word in the dictionary. But, so many chronicles which shaped my life, taught me that sometimes I should be a mean person because the situation requires that.

Tamara Rokicki asked me the following questions:

1.At what age did you realize you were a creative person?
I think I realized I was a creative person when I was 13 years old. I used to carry with me a mini dictionary all the time, so that I could use it to write a poem.
2. What is the strangest food combination you’ve ever eaten?
I don’t think I have ever eaten something that strange. I am very careful when it comes to food. (hahaha)
3. What is your favorite book genre?
My favorite book genre is definitely mystery and horror.
4. Who is your most memorable school teacher?
The most memorable school teacher is the English teacher who used to teach me in high school.
5. What is the one piece of technology you absolutely hate?

I don’t think I hate anything, (I am a very peaceful person hahaha) because technology is designed to facilitate our daily tasks. And so, I don’t think I hate any piece of technology.

Since the rules say that I should be nominating other blogs. I would be happy to share them with the world because their work deserves to be sharable.  So, I am nominating the following blogs:

1.Damn, Girl, Get Your Shit Together.
2.Tash
3. Robin LEEANN
4.THE WHIRLY GIRL
5. Little fears
6.Idiot writing
7. Heartstring eulogies
8.Young and twenty
9. A writer’s note
10.Tomorrow is another day

The five questions I am asking my nominees are: (I would be very pleased to read your responses)
1. How did you develop your writing skills?
2. What are your interests besides blogging and writing?
3. Who influences you and inspires you to be a better blogger/writer?
4. What is the most awkward situation you went through?
5. What is your favorite book of all the time?
My best posts:
1. Defining beauty.
2.Thoughts about dreams.
3. Dear world
4.Our silent moments.

The rules:

  1. Put the award logo/image on your blog
  2. List the rules
  3. Thank whoever nominated you and provide a link to their blog
  4. Mention the creator of the award and provide a link as well
  5. Tell your readers 3 things about yourself
  6. Nominate 10—20 people
  7. Notify your nominees by commenting on their blog
  8. Ask your nominees any 5 questions of your choice; with one weird or funny question (specify)
  9. Share a link to your best post(s)
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Social schizophrenia.

schizophrenia aka a mental illness that generates delusional perceptions in the mind of the concerned individual…The mental disease cause in his brain a war where casualties are the mere facts and the reality that was once well perceived. After the attack, illusion and delusion become unified to create something from nothing inside the individual processor; imaginable friends become real, the sudden change on the level of personality becomes distinguishable and the conversations with one self also becomes very common… And the reason why I am writing about schizophrenia is within the next few lines. In my entire life, I met a lot of double faced people, traitors and liars who shot you with a gun that’s yours. And that’s very classic and very normal, because society is divided into two main categories; the rest is just about details. Now, those two categories are: people who lie and people who don’t. To make the picture crystal clear, this is what I am meaning: People who lie are most likely to be in positions of power. Unfortunately, that power is abused and not well used for the benefit of the country, because corruption exists, robbery exists and bad politics also exist. Wealthy people who are in charge of many occupations in the government (and I insist on the word wealthy) lie to themselves by trying to turn everything that it’s on their dirty hands to their own good even when it’s not right. Why? …to climb desperately the wall of glory. Those bad people who call themselves ministers, mayors and others could’ve eaten money if it was eatable. Luckily, it isn’t. I’m not saying that all of the system is run by them, but the majority of them are taking over the control. So, they don’t only lie to the population who buried millions of hopes in the ground of that wicked government, and chose that one government as the perfect leader, but they also lie to themselves. And I think that it’s called social schizophrenia; because they make promises they won’t keep them, they give long tedious speeches about many protocols and unachievable projects. And when the time arrives to return everything to its stream, they act like they never planned something, like they never said something.  People call it hypocrisy; I prefer to call it social schizophrenia.