The person who dumps garbage into your mind will do you considerably more harm than the person who dumps garbage on your floor, because each load of mind garbage negatively impacts your possibilities and lowers your expectations. – Zig Ziglar

Protestors carry a Free Syrian Army flag as they take part in a demonstration marking the fifth anniversary of the Syrian crisis in Beirut. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)

Protestors carry a Free Syrian Army flag as they take part in a demonstration marking the fifth anniversary of the Syrian crisis in Beirut. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)

Syrian Kurd Nazdan who fled her home in Qamishli, Syria, wears traditional clothes as she dances and waves a Kurdish flag, during a celebration of Nowruz day, in Beirut. (Bilal Hussein / AP)

Syrian Kurd Nazdan who fled her home in Qamishli, Syria, wears traditional clothes as she dances and waves a Kurdish flag, during a celebration of Nowruz day, in Beirut. (Bilal Hussein / AP)

Construction machinery work to prepare a garbage dump site near Khaldeh, on costa Brava Beach, 17 kilometers south of Beirut. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)

Construction machinery work to prepare a garbage dump site near Khaldeh, on costa Brava Beach, 17 kilometers south of Beirut. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)

Trucks began moving stacked rubbish outside the Lebanese capital under a plan adopted by the Lebanese government to put an end to the waste crisis that has been going on for eight months. (AFP)

Trucks began moving stacked rubbish outside the Lebanese capital under a plan adopted by the Lebanese government to put an end to the waste crisis that has been going on for eight months. (AFP)

Pile of packed garbages, heavy construction equipment and lorry are seen before exportation in Beirut. (Ratib Al Safadi / Anadolu Agency)

Pile of packed garbages, heavy construction equipment and lorry are seen before exportation in Beirut. (Ratib Al Safadi / Anadolu Agency)

Workers in Beirut use a front-loader to move garbage to Naameh landfill, south of Beirut. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)

Workers in Beirut use a front-loader to move garbage to Naameh landfill, south of Beirut. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)

A general view shows the Naameh landfill, just south of the Lebanese capital, Beirut (background). Trucks began moving stacked rubbish outside the Lebanese capital under a plan adopted by the Lebanese government to put an end to the waste crisis that has been going on for eight months. Lebanon said on March 12 it would temporarily reopen a landfill to ease the crisis as thousands of people demonstrated in Beirut against the waste pile-up. Rubbish has piled up on beaches, in mountain forests and river beds across Lebanon since the closure in July of the country's largest landfill at Naameh. (PATRICK BAZ / AFP)

A general view shows the Naameh landfill, just south of the Lebanese capital, Beirut (background). Trucks began moving stacked rubbish outside the Lebanese capital under a plan adopted by the Lebanese government to put an end to the waste crisis that has been going on for eight months. Lebanon said on March 12 it would temporarily reopen a landfill to ease the crisis as thousands of people demonstrated in Beirut against the waste pile-up. Rubbish has piled up on beaches, in mountain forests and river beds across Lebanon since the closure in July of the country’s largest landfill at Naameh. (PATRICK BAZ / AFP)

A composite photo of two images shows the Lebanese Government Palace with its illumination lights switched on (up) prior to, and with the lights switched off (bottom) to mark the 'Earth Hour' event, in Beirut. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)

A composite photo of two images shows the Lebanese Government Palace with its illumination lights switched on (up) prior to, and with the lights switched off (bottom) to mark the ‘Earth Hour’ event, in Beirut. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)

Lebanon's former prime minister Saad al-Hariri greets Lebanese soldiers after attending the 37th presidential election session at the parliament building in Beirut. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)

Lebanon’s former prime minister Saad al-Hariri greets Lebanese soldiers after attending the 37th presidential election session at the parliament building in Beirut. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)

A Christian Melkite woman walks past a Scout's music band consisting of Lebanese Sunni Muslim musicians as she takes part in a joint procession with the Greek Orthodox community for Palm Sunday in Sidon. (Patrick BAZ / AFP)

A Christian Melkite woman walks past a Scout’s music band consisting of Lebanese Sunni Muslim musicians as she takes part in a joint procession with the Greek Orthodox community for Palm Sunday in Sidon. (Patrick BAZ / AFP)

Lebanese children carrying candles are carried in on the shoulders of relatives during a Palm Sunday mass procession in the streets surrounding the Cathedral of St. George Maronite and Mohamed al-Amine mosque in downtown Beirut. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)

Lebanese children carrying candles are carried in on the shoulders of relatives during a Palm Sunday mass procession in the streets surrounding the Cathedral of St. George Maronite and Mohamed al-Amine mosque in downtown Beirut. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)

 

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