Lebanon … feeling safe in the chaos

Libano. Mysticism, Magic, Wonder.


With how much, I greet you from this country of the three  M’s! An ideal place to talk about happiness no matter what…


A country in which it is demonstrated how internal technology has been applied, lived… a true example of resilience.


According to the interest of the human being to continue to measure to “be more”, we are “starting” a new year. 2018. And I am pleased to have started it in Mexico, to continue in London, followed by Paris and today Lebanon.


So. The technology makes us can enjoy from the three meals of the day in three different countries… and thus be able to enjoy the globalization that brings us so close.


For those who visit me for the first time on this happy platform, I give you the warmest welcome! Here on happiestgloria.com we meet to share our happy experiences.


I, having wanted not to live having been living under the power of the “poor of me”, experience anxiety, sickness, pain, loneliness, frustration, criticism and all the sisters of fear in which I lived.


As I “awakened” to the truth that we are all Divine creatures, I returned to my (our) natural state: expansion, finally feeling harmony and peace, hence the ability to thank…


And now I am passionately trying to encourage others to decide to be happy and stay happy no matter what, flowing into the contagion of this happiness that we are all- if we decide.


As a result the pages www.happiestgloria.com& nbsp;y www.happiestgloria.com


Likely my book Spiritual Orgasms, vivid events in the now aims to share through short episodes how I live everything as  Extraordinary, causing my health, abundance and well-being.


Last 1.5.17 I started writing this biweekly blog making peace with the challenges of the past
who talks about the instruments I used to return to the “great of  My!”


Since then my bliss has multiplied to feel so many people who have chosen to return to contagious happiness… the best way to give thanks for our wonderful life.


Welcome all to this blog in which I share as I implement indoor technology in my day to day, causing and sharing by contagion health, well-being and abundance.


Mi Lebanon!


We arrived in this amazing country in 2000, with the intention of having my children Yousif and Sarita learn their father’s language. But we really learned a lot, a lot more.


We learned to feel safe amid the chaos.


Si. It is true that the news was bombing, war and terrorism. But the reality is a totally!


Bombs? Yes.


Terrorism? No.


Armed citizens? Yes.


Killings on the streets or schools?  No.


Diversity of religions? Yes.


Aggression between them? No.


El Lebanon turned out to be much more than I could ever have imagined. The warmth of its people, the charity towards the weakest, the belllezes of its nature, the sophistication of its cosmopolitan people, the freshness and delight of its food… all this contrasts with the disorder, corruption and organized chaos that rules in this magical country.



How is this possible? Because they have great power of family union. A great sense of the personal beauty and great desires to live, dream, simply be.


All this coupled with your custom and possibility of consume  fresh products of this fertile land.


In this country it is still possible to walk through the streets of different cities or towns and cut mandarins, oranges, raspberries, nuts, bananas, grapes, forgive us etc. Of the trees themselves! That I give away receiving these fruits from the hand of God.


Here it’s easy to feel constant appreciation.



I remember that time a bomb exploded fifty meters from my house in the mountain town of Brummana.  Actually, seeing it well, it was a real gift from God! Because? Because we were tested how these people join in the big challenges!


The bomb, which caused the rupture of all the crystals of the house, also caused the forced opening of the main wooden gate, which was locked.


Thank God we were all away from home and nothing happened to us.


When we returned home, seeing all the glass on the floor, we could only be amazed. No one died in the incident. But many showed their human quality by helping each other.


Including us who had arrived only for a few months.


Different families came to our house asking us to stay at their homes. The fifth one said to us, “if you don’t come, we’ll stay.”


What a way to be hospitable!!


So, taking my kids, my cat, my computer and my passports, we went to friends’ houses. The next day everyone helped everyone! With high heels and manicure, little by little everything was clean.


Amazing: at 9 o’clock the next day there was no indication that a bomb had exploded breaking all our crystals!
In the frenzy of the moment, I left my bag with my personal documents and money inside my car open all night!


What a thank you I felt to note that nothing was missing! Nor was nothing missing from my house!


Talking to the owner of a camera shop who also did paper photo prints, I learned something invaluable: love for life prevents you from fogging it with regrets, complaints and courage.


Your photo printing machine at a cost of $300,000 had been damaged by the Pump Impact… but not his spirit that continued to smile thanking him for being alive.


Then I didn’t know how to describe it. But now I would tell you that the indoor technology was working at full throttle! These beautiful people only saw the bright side in everything!


What a blessing. What a great lesson!


And this is what will make you fall in love with this unique country! Here the family is celebrated, to life itself!


The restaurants always full, celebrate in large groups, up to 40 people with ages ranging from 2 months to 80 years!! And all wearing beautiful attire.Celebration innate…


Respect for parents and elders is a great reason for this incredible truth:being grateful no matter what happens causes safety, well-being, miracles


Below I describe with photographs like this country, always,  continue to celebrate life, no matter what.


Let’s join them!


Thanking my beloved husband forever…


With the famous cinema director Nadine Labaki and her husband the composer music Khaled Mouzannar, families with an ancient history that have allowed me to spy on the greatness of the Phoenicians


Celebrating the celebration with my Lebanese friends


Celebrating my mother’s life together with San Charbel


Smelling fertility …


Aunt Mimi’s mother … woman celebrated for her charity, especially during such difficult times of war…


Lebanon has received millions of refugees … and its population is only 4 million Lebanese! So generous …

Celebrating in the supermarket



With my daughter Sarah in downtown Beirut

Ahhh Modern or old architecture. It’s always awesome …


This four-person father walks the streets selling his fresh produce…


Not just a chicken sandwich. This is Farouj al ashqar in Brummana. They started with a chicken … it is now an intrinsic part of the community… and the freshness of its products remains intact!

The more you eat, the more you’re loved!

Polish, Armenian, Lebanese, Uruguayan, Mexican… Lebanon is such a cosmopolitan country! There are 20 million living abroad and only 4 million living in Lebanon! They triumph abroad, return to Lebanon to marry and continue to succeed abroad by sending money to Lebanon, keeping it through all the challenges. Wow


My Polish friend Dorota is married to a Lebanese Armenian who makes a difference in our community through her art … Thank you professor!


My two Lebanese “moms”: Tante Mimi, founder of the Arz Hospital during the intense fighting in Lebanon and Antoinette Kazan, which feeds 300 elderly people every day of the week… now for more than 30 years!


My friend Mrs. Banana Tree … Ahhh. What shared joys … until she passed away to bring three other trees to life…


My birthday cake, handmade by my Lebanese sister Rita Edde from the city of Edde …



The American artist and sculptor Gianna Dispenza, magically attracted to Lebanon, attracted me to this land of encounters. Come!


The legendary Mimi Khouri, who gave birth to the middle of Beirut regardless of bombs or danger… what a privilege to learn from it!>

Yates and color Lebanon has it all!


My Tia Antoinette, an example of costance and charity, feeding more than 300 elderly people for more than 30 years now.

One of many antiques you’ll find in Lebanon. Not just in shops, but in houses! No need for security alarm. This is simply a safe country! Amazing!


Ciruelas? Enjoy with us. Ms. Plum Tree is so happy!



Listen to the roar of peaceful nature…




Call of nature!





Whatever happens

The legendary pineapple trees. Charming



This is a portion of fruit … imagine!



As you walk 🚶♀ on the mountain, cows, fruit trees and coffee will welcome you …



Samar, my Lebanese co-mother witnessed her father being threatened at gunpoint during the war, and yet his total peace in his heart kept him alive …



Miss Maral, the director of the English department during my children’s education, made a big difference in their lives. Thank you!



Having fun with the family …



Again thanking my extremely admired husband …

What about You?

Can you choose to feel comfortable in the chaos?
It’s easy if you manage to feel gratitude especially in challenging times.
Remember the tricks of the indoor technology; apply them and be free only to be!

See you again on February 1

Share with us how applying the language of a happy life guides you to the platform “I feel good“, which provokes your well-being.
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