Charbel M. Tadros

Author, Website Designer at Brandpluss, Personality Development Coach, CEO at Future Academy, President of the Sydney Autism Community Lions Club

Lebanon

Requiem for a Nation

Unfounded pride, the foundation for demise Misguided blame, the herald of the end Illusive greatness, the perpetual disguise Empty people, the poisonous blend An explosion that rocks a universe Could not even wake the slumbering sheep Honor and dignity in a glorious hearse A whole nation in deepest sleep A country full of hope and …

A Travesty Called “Lebanese Elections 2018”

Over the past few days, I placed a few comments on my Facebook account which were mostly critical of the Lebanese elections. For the first time in a while, I had an influx of comments, some of which agreed while others disagreed; moreover, some disagreed before and changed their minds after the elections.  In short, …

A Leaderless Democracy: the Solution to Lebanon’s Crisis

In light of the recent revolution in Lebanon, many issues have come to light and many others remain undiscussed. With no clear solution in sight, Lebanon remains at the same standpoint it has been at for over thirty years: how can we achieve a true democratic balance in a very small country made up of …

Why Lebanon Doesn’t Change

There is a very old Arabic saying that says “As you are, so you shall be ruled” (كما تكونوا يولى عليكم). This means that a people is ruled by representatives who are like them. This is especially the case in Lebanon. The similarities between the Lebanese people and their representatives are many. Here are six …

Last Chance for Lebanon

Before I left Lebanon around 3 years ago, and as I announced it to my family, friends, and students, I was met back with a lot of indignation. I clearly told people that I had given up as soon as Aoun was appointed (not elected) president. I wrote many articles and posts expressing my indignation …