There is few moments that passes in life where we just feel that we need to shed some tears, to relax, to let it all out. but with no matter how much we want to express our self, there will always something waiting for us right behind the corner, waiting for us to stop us from expressing our self.

So whenever we see someone laughing we laugh, whenever someone is crying we cry. in our own way to blend in, we let those suppressed feelings to show up.

And maybe in Lebanon, this is what we need more often, to relax, to really express what we feel, and not just hide it infront of the others.

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The sister of Ali Khadra (R), a young man that was killed by a car bomb explosion that occurred on Thursday, reacts during his funeral in Beirut’s southern suburbs .(HASAN SHAABAN/Reuters)

People carry the bodies of Malak Zahwa and her mother Iman Hijazi, who both died in a car bomb that targeted a Beirut’s suburb the day before during their funeral in the southern Lebanese village of Majdal Silm. Four people were killed in a bomb blast in the Beirut’s southern suburb of Haret Hreik that is a stronghold of Hezbollah, a key ally of Damascus. (MAHMOUD ZAYYAT/AFP)
Flames rise from burning cars at the site of a car bomb that targeted Beirut’s southern suburb of Haret Hreik. A large car bomb killed five people and wounded at least 20 in south Beirut. (Stringer/AFP)
Lebanese people gather at the site of a car bomb that targeted Beirut’s southern suburb of Haret Hreik. At least 20 people were wounded in the blast which ripped through the densely populated Haret Hreik area. (ANWAR AMRO/AFP)
An airplane and its trail captured from the window of another airplane above the european skies (Marwan Tahtah/Al-Akhbar)
A Lebanese soldier stands guard in north Lebanon’s city of Tripoli, outside a decades-old library owned by a Greek Orthodox priest that was torched after ‘a pamphlet was discovered inside one of the books that was insulting to Islam and the prophet Mohammad’ said a source, who spoke to AFP on condition of anonymity. ‘Unknown assailants torched the Saeh Library in Tripoli, destroying two thirds of some 80,000 books and manuscripts housed there’ said the source. (IBRAHIM CHALHOUB/AFP)
Group picture of (part of) the team that helped restore the Saeh Library in Tripoli (Natheer Halawani/ Dusty Wyndow)
A graffiti by Said Mahmoud painted on a wall in Verdun, Beirut shows human evolution from primate into a human suicide bombers. Analysts say Lebanon is suffering an accelerating wave of violence that reflects the conflict in neighbouring Syria. (JOSEPH EID/AFP)
Bernard Khoury, the Lebanese famous architect who’s known for many projects like B018, Centrale, and many other places, had his penthouse featured in The Wall Street Journal. (Roger Moukarzel / The Wall Street Journal via +961)
Picture framed for the Lebanese photo-journalist Hasan Shaaban won second place for the best arab picture Sharjah Press Award 2013, picture taken after the assassination of general Wissam el hassan in Beirut (Hasan Shaaban/Facebook)
Picture framed for the Lebanese photo-journalist Hasan Shaaban won second place for the best arab picture Sharjah Press Award 2013, picture taken after the assassination of general Wissam el hassan in Beirut (Hasan Shaaban/Facebook)
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