Happy New Year from Eye on the East

From Byblos, one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, Eye on the East wishes you, your family and loved ones a Happy New Year!

If 2013 was not your year, may you make the best of what you’ve learned and lived through so as to make 2014 better. And if 2013 was good, I hope 2014 will be even better, in whatever way makes you happy.

Eye on the East has been a wonderful journey and I hope the best is yet to come. It is really thanks to each and every one of you that this journey continues, so thank you! I hope you will continue to follow, read, like, comment and recommend Eye on the East to your friends, as I will do my best to keep my eyes on this beautiful and ugly, fast and slow, exciting and depressing and anything you make of this east…so that nothing is left unsaid…

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