There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle. ― Albert Einstein

A cat stands near a horse, in Beirut. (Mohamed Azakir / Reuters)

A cat stands near a horse, in Beirut. (Mohamed Azakir / Reuters)

A general view shows packed garbage bags in Jdeideh, Beirut. (Hasan Shaaban / REUTERS)

A general view shows packed garbage bags in Jdeideh, Beirut. (Hasan Shaaban / REUTERS)

Lebanese Christian believers march during a procession in the town of Annaya in northern Lebanon, marking the 23rd anniversary of a miracle Lebanese Saint Charbel (portrait) is believed to have carried out. (Patrick Baz / AFP)

Lebanese Christian believers march during a procession in the town of Annaya in northern Lebanon, marking the 23rd anniversary of a miracle Lebanese Saint Charbel (portrait) is believed to have carried out. (Patrick Baz / AFP)

Supporters of Lebanon's Justice Minister Ashraf Rifi shout slogans and carry a picture of him as they gather outside his house in Tripoli after his resignation. (Omar Ibrahim / REUTERS)

Supporters of Lebanon’s Justice Minister Ashraf Rifi shout slogans and carry a picture of him as they gather outside his house in Tripoli after his resignation. (Omar Ibrahim / REUTERS)

Lebanese activists from the 'You Stink' movement and other civil democratic movements gather during a protest in front the house of Lebanese Prime Minister Tammam Salam in Beirut, demanding solutions for the ongoing garbage crisis. (Nabil Mounzer / EPA)

Lebanese activists from the ‘You Stink’ movement and other civil democratic movements gather during a protest in front the house of Lebanese Prime Minister Tammam Salam in Beirut, demanding solutions for the ongoing garbage crisis. (Nabil Mounzer / EPA)

MP Saad Hariri shake hands with Pierre Abi Zeid, a Lebanese citizen, which a photo of him went viral last week after people linked his looks to the father of Saad, Raffic hariri, who was assassinated on 14 February 2005. (Saad Hariri facebook)

MP Saad Hariri shake hands with Pierre Abi Zeid, a Lebanese citizen, which a photo of him went viral last week after people linked his looks to the father of Saad, Raffic hariri, who was assassinated on 14 February 2005. (Saad Hariri / facebook)

Members of the Lebanese police forces stand guard in front of an apartment building where a bomb detonator reportedly exploded in an apartment said to be rented by a Palestinian man, in the Burj al-Barajneh suburb of Beirut. (Wael Hamzeh / EPA)

Members of the Lebanese police forces stand guard in front of an apartment building where a bomb detonator reportedly exploded in an apartment said to be rented by a Palestinian man, in the Burj al-Barajneh suburb of Beirut. (Wael Hamzeh / EPA)

Scrap collectors race with their karts next to a temporary garbage dump in the town of Jdeideh north east of Beirut. (Patrick BAZ / AFP)

Scrap collectors race with their karts next to a temporary garbage dump in the town of Jdeideh north east of Beirut. (Patrick BAZ / AFP)

Lebanese clown Sabine Choucair exercises with hula hoops on the seafront of Beirut. Choucair, founder of Clown Me In, has just returned from Lesbos, Greece, where she performed for refugees with Clowns Without Borders, providing a respite for those making a perilous journey by sea in search of a better life in Europe. (Hassan Ammar / AP)

Lebanese clown Sabine Choucair exercises with hula hoops on the seafront of Beirut. Choucair, founder of Clown Me In, has just returned from Lesbos, Greece, where she performed for refugees with Clowns Without Borders, providing a respite for those making a perilous journey by sea in search of a better life in Europe. (Hassan Ammar / AP)

Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri, signing a petition expressing "Solidarity with the Arab consensus and loyalty to the Arab brotherly states”, during a press conference in Beirut. Saudi Arabia said that it was stopping payment on $4 billion worth of military aid to Lebanon. (Nabil Ismail‎)

Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri, signing a petition expressing “Solidarity with the Arab consensus and loyalty to the Arab brotherly states”, during a press conference in Beirut. Saudi Arabia said that it was stopping payment on $4 billion worth of military aid to Lebanon. (Nabil Ismail‎)

Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon Ali Awad Assiri, center, poses for a photograph with Lebanese politicians during their visit to express their solidarity with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, at the Saudi Embassy in Beirut. (Bilal Hussein / AP)

Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon Ali Awad Assiri, center, poses for a photograph with Lebanese politicians during their visit to express their solidarity with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, at the Saudi Embassy in Beirut. (Bilal Hussein / AP)

The lebanese Photographers Association opened a photo exhibition entitled “Our life is stronger than your death”, marking the “The day of the martyr photographer”. In the photo, the head of the association (right) giving visitors a tour.

The lebanese Photographers Association opened a photo exhibition entitled “Our life is stronger than your death”, marking the “The day of the martyr photographer”. In the photo, the head of the association (right) giving visitors a tour.

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