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Our mission is to gather and engage responsible people with good intentions on Baldati.com, and hand in hand, socially interact to Design and Manage worldwide sustainable solutions for our communities, using innovative technologies that strive to improve our culture and life standards.
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Rima Fares Abboud2 years ago
How much is the price per person for the discovering Armenia trip?
Michel Khoury3 years ago
regards hope to tell me any phone number if i want ask about
thank you Michel khoury
Bennour Adel4 years ago
Ina Rihani4 years ago
Georges Karam4 years ago
Why people with physical disabilities don't have the right to go to the mall?
Why people with physical disabilities don't have the right to go and see a movie?
Why people with physical disabilities don't have the right to park their cars in the places that are dedicated to them?
Why people with physical disabilities don't have to live their lives?
Why people with physical disabilities don't have the right to work, and be promoted?
Why people with physical disabilities don't have the right to go to universities?
Why children with physical disabilities don't have the right to play?
Why children with physical disabilities don't have the right to practice sport?
Why children with physical disabilities don't have the right to swim?
Rasha Zoor5 years ago
We are planning to go back to live in lebanon....the point is that everybody say it is soooooooo hard to live in lebanon it's much easier only having vacation for 2 or 3 months at summer .....need 2 discuss that coz i want my kid 2 raise between my family members b libnen
Manal Hamdan5 years ago
Ali Khalifeh5 years ago
fi 7awl el 2ared three streets .. ( 2 major).. w kamen betwassel 3al gevinor w 3a bliss.. (perfect location)
Elie Kortbawi5 years ago
I tried to work in Dubai,i had a great job over there, i couldn't resist more than 3months and now i'm back ! i don't know but some feelings were always calling me to come back even though i won't find the same salary here. what do you think about it ?
Paul Smith5 years ago
I am looking to buy some land in Mechmech Jbeil Lebanon, can you provide me with a name and cell phoje no of some sellers or a broker who knows some seller?
Thanks paul Smith
Cyprian Dusabe5 years ago
Isac Manassa6 years ago
Each New Year Eve, we try our best finding the best place or restaurant which allow us to spend the New Year's Eve. Hundreds of pubs, restaurants, night clubs, etc are willing to host us for this special night. Some will provide Lebanese Mezze, some cheese and wine and much more. It depends from one place to another. Some prefer to listen to a one man show, some to DJs......Where do you suggest to spend this New Year's Eve? Kindly provide the Resto or pub name, the price as well as the location. Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Ali Bourji6 years ago
living in lebanon is a magor problem and it needs a solution so talk and say suggestion to fix this problem
Manal Hamdan6 years ago
....Le loup incarne à lui seul l'aventure
contrairement à sa réputation de monstre assoiffé de sang, il est certes un prédateur, mais un prédateur sélectif, ne frappant que les animaux faibles et malades, jouant ainsi un rôle indispensable de stabilisateur.
Manal Hamdan6 years ago
Missak Barsamian6 years ago
Hidden GEOCACHES in Lebanon:
For more information you can visit this site: http://www geocaching.com" target="_blank">www.geocaching.com
Missak Barsamian6 years ago
We want a simple and smart transportation system like VELIB in Paris for Beirut. This is good for the protection of the environment, reduces traffic jams, it's fuel economy and people can benefit from cycling and get healthier :-)
What do you think ?
Sarita Salameh6 years ago
Are u interested in Green and Eco Issues in Lebanon?
Have you ever wondered what makes politicians include environmental issues in their political agenda?
Are you an ecologist or willing to be?
If yes, you are invited to attend:
Ask the Expert:
Green Party Of Lebanon president
Mr. Philippe Skaff
Will be attending our Baldati Offices in Elyssar on Wednesday March 3 at 6 PM
You can ask your questions and share your ideas by replying to this topic before March 3 - 3PM
and join us for a live discussion
All interesting questions will be gathered and addressed to Mr. Skaff
http://www baldati.com/events/event.php?id=436" target="_blank">Join event
Baldati will play the role of the mediator between all citizens and Mr. Moukheiber and you’ll be able to watch and/ listen to / the meeting after on Baldati website
his event is open to the public but please reserve early as places are limited!
For Reservation- Contact Mariane: 04-922999 -
Karim (akram) Noura7 years ago
Blat is my beautiful home village. I was born in Blat in 1952 grow up their finished my education up to year 11 at the Cathlic school at Jdaydet Marjeyoun 1969.
I left Blat with my parents and family 1976 because of the war that time and came back to visit 2002. My last visit to Balt and marjeyoun was April 2009.
I still love that area of Lebanon and hope to live there for good.
Missak Barsamian7 years ago
What is GEOCACHING ? Geocaching is a worldwide game of hiding and seeking treasure. A geocacher can place a geocache in the world, pinpoint its location using GPS technology and then share the geocache’s existence and location online. Anyone with a GPS unit can then try to locate the geocache.
Dear Baldati members,
Let us encourage this intelligent and adventurous game in Lebanon.
Please visit this site to know more about GEOCACHING:
http://www geocaching.com" target="_blank">www.geocaching.com
There are already 5 hidden Gocaches in Lebanon. Let's start the hunt guys !
Karim (akram) Noura7 years ago
One day I met Rose Bayyoud in a Lebanese -sweet shop in Melbourne. She was just about to hit me. Why?? because I have been in Melbourne for years and I have not visit her. She is well known amongs the Lebanese community and she thinks it is rude of me to not visit her.
We solve the problem now we are friends. She called me last Sunday at 11PM to discover that was a mistake. She was trying to call her Brother Karim In Marjeyoun instead of Karim Noura in Melbourne but I was happy to talk to her. she is 20 years older than me!!!!!! we love the spirit of Mrjeyoun.
George Nseir7 years ago
LE CHAMPIONNAT ARABE DE WUSHU KUNF FU
SE TIENT ACTUELLEMENT AU STADE FOUAD CHEHAB JOUNIEH
LES RENCONTRES COMMENCENT A 18H00 SOYEZ NOMBREUX C'EST AVOIR
DEJA UNE MEDAILLE D'OR A ETE REMPORTEE PAR LE LIBANAIS BAHZAD KARAM
Joelle7 years ago
Hi to all
i am glad I joined Baldati's e community. We are working on a project called Hyphen Islam-Christianity that includes a collector's photography book and a photo exibition.
controversial title, this project isn’t a religious or political one. It represents
the will to relive and to retrace all traditions, cultures, heritage, stories,
dialogs… that people from different religions and in a same village, town or
country, can share.
« Hyphen Islam – Christianity » is a
new innovative project that consists of a collector’s book, a photo exhibition
and round tables.
We spent 3 months in lebanon taking pictures and interviewing people. the project is launched in montreal in septembre and then goes to lebanon where it will be presented in 4 major cities (jbeil, beirut, sour and Zahle).
We are now producing the book (writing it, chosing pictures, doing the design...) It will be in french and english for now - hoping that we will be later able to translate it into arabic.
Anyhow, i am not writing to promote the project (well a tiny bit) but because i need some help and i was hoping you could give me a hand.
I need some stories on Btouratij that enhances the hyphen between islam and christianity, stories of neder (christians going to islamic holy places or vice versa), of people who have a muslim name while they are christian and /or vice versa, stories of cooperation between the 2 communities... anything you can thing of that shows that beyond religious differences, the people are friends, neighbours, part of the same family and village.
If you have any questions or wish to know more, please don t hesitate to contact me.
Thank you all for your feed back.
Doors To Aspiration7 years ago
You left Lebanon looking for a better future. What have you lost and what have you gained?
I was just a kid; “Saturday Night Fever” starring “John Travolta” was the biggest movie ever for the Lebanese audience. “The Bee Gees”, “Boney M”, “Abba” and Julio Eglesias were the most famous artists to hit the music scene. “Fame” was the show to watch. Music, dance and acting were affecting how we were looking at life. The life we wanted to live and the life we dared to dream of living. The influence of the film and music industry was tremendous. Everybody wanted to go to America and a lot of us did.
Some of us lived in America, Canada, Australia, Great Britain and in different parts of the world for a couple of years, 5, 10, 20 or maybe more and some of us are still dreaming of coming back home one day.
Well, it took me 10 years to come back the 1st time I did, but what did I come back to? I came back to find that most of the kids in my neighborhood whom I spent endless hours of my childhood years, playing, laughing and sometimes arguing with, were no longer there. I couldn’t recognize the faces of the little kids in my family, the ones I left at the age of 5 and 7, they’re now 15 and 17, and they have become men and women. I was only able to hug them and kiss them, but I wasn’t able to carry them the way I used to when they were little.
The small roads and the alleys where I used to meet my friends so we could hang out together have changed and some of them don’t even exist anymore. The picture in my mind of the place where I was born and raised has become a distant memory and it’s starting to fade away. The houses and the old buildings that were a part of my childhood memory are gone. The school I went to doesn’t look the same anymore. I felt like a stranger in a strange land. I stood there with a tear in my eye that started rolling down my face expressing the sadness of such a horrendous loss and at that moment I realized that nothing in the world would ever make up for it.
I went to America looking for a better future, but along the way I missed out on living 10 precious years in the land of the country that will always be close to my heart “Lebanon”. And what made it all worse is that I had to go back to New York and live another 5 long years there. I will forever wonder what it would have been like had I lived all those precious years in Lebanon amongst all the people that I love so much!!!
Evienoula Kosma El Assad7 years ago
Good Morning Dear Community members,
Your input is really important. Please help us, Kibarouna NGO, gather all the good reasons for which we should celebrate and appreciate our grandparents in Lebanon. Grandparents' Day is on Sunday June 28th .
So for example, I believe that I should appreciate my grandparents because they gave me my National heritage.
What do you believe?...
Evienoula Kosma El Assad7 years ago
Caroline Zakka7 years ago
to help promote Lebanon’s first farmer’s market, Souk el Tayeb, which aims at gathering farmers and small producers from all Lebanon-
have a look and give us your opinion !!!
Come meet us and share our food at the Garden Show in Beirut Hippodrome, from 26 to 30 May-
Sarita Salameh7 years ago
عبّرعن تسائلاتك وتواصل مع مرشّح دائرتك عبر بلدتي
إسأل مرشّح دائرتك عن ما تريد معرفته من سياسته و برنامجه الإنتخابي وتطلعاته المستقبليّة...
ستجمع هذه الأسئلة وتقدّم إلى المرشّح المعني للإجابة عنها
Administrator7 years ago
مراقبون... أم منتحلو صفة ؟
في زمن التجاذبات والاصطفافات أين موقع المجتمع المدني؟
أنه مجتمع كأي مجتمع مكوناته لم تأت من المريخ بل من شرائح الاصطفافات، لكن أضيفت اليها بعض المهدئات- أحيانا" تكون فاعلة وأحيانا" لا- لضبط الغرائز والارتدادات فتراه ساكنا" منتظما" في بعض الأحيان وأحيانا" أخرى في ساعات التخلي يكشف عما فيه من اعوجاج وعقد.
أنت مراقب أي أنت شخص قطعت شوطا" في الخبرة والانتماء ووصلت الى حد ترى الجميع، - أعني الجميع - أخوة لك في الوطن. وترى نفسك مسؤولا" عن تخبّطهم وهفواتهم وفسادهم وجميع علاّتهم. "أنت أخي ولو كانت كل علل الدنيا فيك".
أنت مراقب أي أنت وسطي ومستقل ومتطرّف في أن معا". أعلم أن محدودية العقل تقف عائقا" أمام فهم هذا لكن وحده المراقب يحق له ذلك ولا يحقّ لغيره.
· أنت وسطي الموقع، بين مجموعة متناحرين.
· أنت مستقل في أن تقف الى جانب الحق والقانون.
· وأنت متطرّف في احقاق الحق والاشهار له.
أما أن تكون رماديا" ضبابيا" مائلا" الى السواد فتلك شيم الوصوليين المتملقين حديثي النعمة.
أن تكون مراقبا" يعني أن تكون متقدّما" بين جماعتك، مواطنا" مثاليا" تعلو المواطنية لديك فوق كل اعتبار، وتدعو الاخرون الى الطريق نحو المواطنية، الى ما تحلم الوصول اليه..... "بلدتي الوطن الذي نحلم".
كم هو صعب أن تكون مراقبا" وكم هو أصعب أن تستقطب من حولك مراقبين. تذوبون معا" لتخرجوا بتحالف مراقبين.
لاحقاق التحالف طريقان لا ثالث لهما:
1. اما أن تختار الرماديين الذين لا لون لهم ولا طعم، مطعمين ببعض الثوابت ... للتمويه موفرا" على نفسك عناءات كثيرة. وهنا تتوضّح النوايا -ولك كل الحق... وللأخرين الحق... بالرد المناسب.
2. اما أن تضع يدك بيد من تمرّس في المواطنية وأصبحت له فعلا" يوميا" لا كلاما" ببغائيا"، وتبحثا سوية" عن أرضية مشتركة تمكنكما من التقدم مرة أخرى نحو المواطنية الصرفة.
فيصبح المراقب: التحالف
أخيرا ...قل لي... بماذا تجيب اذا سئلت: من أنت .... لكي تراقبني؟
مؤسس جمعية "بلدتي"
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Samy Bou Ghanem7 years ago
If death ends the lives of our beloved ones, can our cherished days and life make them stay among us forever?
Mr. Joseph Noon, May you rest in peace.
يترقب الشباب اللبناني الجلسة التشريعة المقبلة للمجلس النيابي لمعرف مصير اقتراح قانون خفض سن الاقتراع الى ثمانية عشرة بعدما تم تجاوز هذا المطلب في اصلاحات القانون الحالي.
فما هو رأيكم في هذا الموضوع؟ وهل أنتم مع أو ضد تخفيض سن الإقتراع من ٢١ إلى ١٨ سنة؟ اخذين بعين الإعتبار التأثير الكبير الذي ممكن أن يحدثه هكذا قانون على سلوكيات و موازين القوى في الإنتخابات.
Through different times and ages, nations and communities, dialogue has always been the ultimate peaceful conflict resolution approach.
Though, in these times, with the uprising and significant role of civil society organizations and the deficient role and the “backing off” of the states in some major and essential society oriented issues, Do you believe that dialogue sessions as our “national official dialogue” could still manage our differences, or we should start our own “national civil cultural dialogue”?
Express your opinions online or join our political discussions workshop this Saturday
For further clarification & reservation, do not hesitate to contact us:
firstname.lastname@example.org Or 961-4-922 999 961-3-624724
Administrator8 years ago
Chadi AlTahane8 years ago
For a person aged between 18 and 22 years, drinking alcohol, could it stay under control serving its purpose in integration and blending in groups of friends or so whatever, or it's definitive conclusion is addiction?
Iskandar Rached8 years ago
Dear baldati members,
I started a new community on baldati under NGO for the SOS children's Villages, so you are all kindly asked to join this e-community and let us all make a change for those children and thanks in advance...
When the sun rises, I go to work.
When the sun goes down, I take my rest.
I dig the well from which I drink,
I farm the soil that yields my food.
I share creation, Kings can do no more.
-- Ancient Chinese Proverb, 2500 B.C
The amount of sunshine energy that hits the surface of the Earth every minute is greater than the total amount of energy that the world's human population consumes in a year!"
(Home Power Magazine)
"Tell me, I forget. Show me, I remember. Involve me, I understand."
-Ancient Chinese Proverb
Interview with Mahatma Gandhi:
Reporter: "What do you think of Western civilization"
Gandhi: "I think it would be a good idea."
"You must be the change you wish to see in the world." - M. Gandhi
"Speed is irrelevant if you are going in the wrong direction." - M. Gandhi
The huge moment magnitude (Mw) 9.2 earthquake that struck Sumatra in December 2004, producing a devastating tsunami, ruptured the western end of a major plate boundary. Two subsequent earthquakes ruptured progressively eastward sections, including a Mw 8.4 earthquake in September 2004. The area to the east last ruptured in two great earthquakes in 1797 and 1833. Quakes are associated with local uplift of several meters, which expose shallow corals. Sieh et al. (p. http://www info-aaas.org/util/link.jsp?e=0-jkh8dWkT3n-qkJdT6KB-x1uZDiskeKJgcntqZQGiR0ccA..A&s=1TbJ-2Es.A&v=2dapMESvl9VSS8g..A" target="_blank">1674) have accurately dated bands in these corals to reconstruct the quake history. Major quakes occurred in the 1300s and again, about 200 years later. With the known quakes, this record implies that major quakes in this region appear in a series of events about 200 years apart.
Souraya8 years ago
Baldati.com is the place where immigrants who are searching for their roots can find information about the history of their families and the line of descent from their ancestors.
We can work together with Municipalities and any other Documentation centre to trace family trees or any charts or tables that shows the line of descent of a specific person or family.
The idea is to create a link for all immigrants and their children to their hometowns (villages or cities). Knowing who we are and where we are from is very important to everybody on this planet. I am sure you will find lots of supporter and ideas to strat the project.
I realize that this is a big project and it might take years to complete but, we need to start now and get the ball rolling. Remmenber that Lebanon has a big wealth living outside its land.
Kinda Marie Elias8 years ago
can you postpone your december 17th dinner ? emigrants won't be able to attend before december 20th ?
if you do, we will be many to attend.
thanks in advance for your answer
all my best
kinda marie elias
new Lebanon needs to believe that we are all Lebanese, belonging to one country
and we are all equal under one strong law. We have to believe in one another,
Christians, Moslems, Drouze.etc.We have to fight together to build our
beautiful Lebanon... What do you think about that?
you agree let's put together how? When? And where we start think like that...
Let us use this slogan
Be Positive and Think Positive
Rita Chemaly8 years ago
يسرّ لجنة مكتبة عشقوتCLAC
أن تدعوكم للمشاركة في محاضرة تحييها
وذلك نهار الجمعة الواقع في 10 تشرين الاول
الساعة الخامسة مساءً
في قاعة المكتبة.
Rita Chemaly8 years ago
Droit ou plutot Sentiments
Les rides de SARKIS, un des “frères” dont nous nous occupons dans l’association pour les personnes à mentalité réduite.
Ces « Mou3akines » que nous regardons dans la rue en disant « haram » ou « ya mama ». Ceux-là même qui sont une des classes sociales les plus touchées par le chômage, la solitude émotionnelle ; ces parias, qui vivent dans des familles déjà meurtries.
Mais Handicap, ne peut il pas aussi avoir une vie ? Une vie sociale, amicale ?
Les amis ? En ont-ils ?
Ce moral qui chez nous, les « straights » n’est pas toujours straight, doit il affecter les droits à la vie ? LE droit à une vie normale ?
Dans nos villages, dans nos villes, prenons-nous en considération les besoins de tous ? Ou Nous nous cantonnons aux besoins de certains ? « Cette majorité » qui légitime, non légitime, bref : pensons nous, en organisant nos cités, en construisant nos Super building, en prospectant nos politiques publiques, a tous ceux qui peuvent comprendre à peine la moitie des signes ? La moitié de notre mode de vie ?
Voila ce qu’ils nous donnent eux. Gratuitement, Sans taxes, Sans gants de velours… une expérience que je vis depuis plus qu’en an, une expérience de VIE :
Les rides de sarkis :
Un regard pénétrant, un regard qui a vécu et qui a vu beaucoup de choses dans sa vie.
On me dit que Sako comme on l’appelle est : malade, je ne le vois pas, quand il me dit, ma fille « ya benté » assieds- toi, quand il s’assure que j’ai été servie tout comme lui, j’ai eu ma part de biscuit, jus et gâteaux. Je ne vois pas la maladie.
Sako, dont le regard entouré de rides, cache un esprit ludique qui rit, et plaisante….
Sako vit dans son monde, calme, il rit seul et calmement, n’a pas de ses sorties ou crises que d’autres frères ont…
Sako… cher ancien, tu m’apprends beaucoup.
Marie : la fofolle qui ne parle pas, mais qui parle beaucoup. Elle n’entend pas non plus, mais s’exprime tellement : Et oui avec moults gestes, marie me raconte sa vie. Elle parle et parle, d’une façon volubile, et incompréhensible pour moi qui lui tient la main, lui fait des câlins, et la serre pour qu’elle ne tombe pas.
En cadeau je lui ai donne un rouge à lèvre, elle le voulait tellement ! Et mon bracelet. En contrepartie, elle me laisse un chapelet, qui pendouille dans la voiture… C’est Marie, avec ses boucles d’oreilles, son sac à main, ses ongles vernis, et son rouge à lèvre de travers.
Elle travaillait parait-il dans la lingerie : laver les linges , les sécher et les repasser…
Avec sa maladie, les sœurs, de vraies sœurs cette fois, le lui ont interdit, et depuis, Marie est inconsolable… hein hein hein et geste, et hein hein hein, elle me raconte elle pleure, elle gesticule et hein hein hein, que puis-je faire, lui donner un cadeau, l’embrasser et la serrer…
Eh oui le phénomène, nous l’aimons tous, même si des fois violent, il nous frappe, ammo geryes est le dynamo du groupe, il répète tous les mots et phrases qu’il entend, ammo geryes même s’il sent mauvais à bon cœur :
Tu lui tiens la main, il se calme,
Il te trouve jolie, il s’assoie à cote de toi et essaye de se taire pour moins de 10 secondes J
Et oui ammo geryes, qui te donne sa montre qui lui fait mal au poignet, qui porte une alloussé, ou bonnet de laine, et qui avec son pyjama sous le manteau et ses grosses bottes rouges ressemble à un pépé bien décapité…
Oh ammo geryes qui se met à se cacher durant les prières, et qui chante pour nous ces « Oooofs, ooooooofs, ooofs » et rigole de façon incongrue, je t’aime !
Rita Chemaly … avril 2008
Marguerita Rached8 years ago
Well, maybe you don't consider it food, but its the most important thing you can take along. Don't even think of starting on a hike that takes you more than a mile from home without a bottle of water along. You should have at least two quarts of water with you and drink 1/2 to 1 cup every 30 to 45 minutes. Keep the water coming into your body even if you don't really feel very thirsty. If you are hiking, you are losing moisture and you need to replenish it.
By the end of a 4 hour hike, you should have drunk both quarts of water and you should be able to use the toilet. If you don't need to, then all that water came out as perspiration and you still need to drink more water to stay hydrated. After a hike, you should drink additional water until you need to use the toilet. I don't mean chug it down, I mean drink a 1/2 cup or so every 5 minutes or so.
Number One – GORP (Good Old Raisins & Peanuts). The best way to get gorp is make it yourself with your favorite foods, including M&M's, chocolate chips, mini marshmallows, Cheerios, cereal, raisins, peanuts, cashews…
Number Two - Energy bars. Sports nutrition energy bars are an excellent food source out on the trail. They pack a lot of calories in a small, heavy bar. Having the shelf life of plutonium, balanced nutrition, lightweight, almost no trash, and tasting great, they are almost the perfect food.
Number Three - Dried fruits. Dried fruits scored higher than fresh fruit because they are more durable, there is a lot less trash to pack out, and they pack more caloric bang per ounce. Raisins, dried cranberries, dried apricots, and dried apples aree favorites. Dried fruits are packed with carbohydrates and offer a quick energy fix. They are also flexible enough to be used with peanut butter or cheese..
Water is needed to digest dried fruits - if you don't drink it, you'll get dehydrated digesting the fruit. Fruit contains good vitamins and calories with very little fat.
Number Four - Tuna and Crackers. Grain is also a good source of carbohydrates. Breads and crackers are a good choice for day hikes.
Tuna fish contains high protein and is a good meal with cheese on crackers if you like the taste of tuna. Make sure you get one of the smaller cans of tuna that has a pull top to open, that way you won't need a can opener. To make things even more tasty consider smearing your tuna salad on a bagel (pre sliced) or into some pita bread. Nutritional pluses, tuna is almost pure protein while being balanced with carbohydrates from the crackers or bread.
Number Five- Fresh fruits. Nothing satisfies like a good apple, orange or pear. We recommend carrying fruit that can take rolling around in your backpack, you might find peaches, bananas, and plums less than desirable when you sit down to eat. They are known for natural carbohydrate fix, and almost everyone has a favorite fruit they will eat.
On day hikes, carrying a couple apples or other fresh fruit probably won't tip the scale on your pack and they include important water that you'd need to carry anyway.
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09:30 until 18:00
Event starts on
April 2, 2015 at 18:30}
18:30 until 17:30
Event starts on
November 8, 2014 at 15:30}
15:30 until 17:00
Zaid M. AlShalabi