The one thing that you have that nobody else has is you. Your voice, your mind, your story, your vision. So write and draw and build and play and dance and live as only you can. — Neil Gaiman

Miss Tourism Universe 2014 Ninoska Vasquez (C) from Venezuela poses for photographers with the first runner-up Ema Golijanin (R) from Bosnia and the second runner-up Bianca Matte (L) from Brazil at the Casino de Liban in northern Beirut, Lebanon. The Miss Tourism 2014 World Final will be held in Barquisimeto, Venezuela, on 10 December. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
Miss Tourism Universe 2014 Ninoska Vasquez (C) from Venezuela poses for photographers with the first runner-up Ema Golijanin (R) from Bosnia and the second runner-up Bianca Matte (L) from Brazil at the Casino de Liban in northern Beirut, Lebanon. The Miss Tourism 2014 World Final will be held in Barquisimeto, Venezuela, on 10 December. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
A boy plays in front of a wave crashing into Beirut's Corniche, a seaside promenade, as high winds sweep through Lebanon during a storm. (Aziz Taher / REUTERS)
A boy plays in front of a wave crashing into Beirut’s Corniche, a seaside promenade, as high winds sweep through Lebanon during a storm. (Aziz Taher / REUTERS)
I was on the roof of a building hoping that some lightnings would strike nearby... When i saw the madness over the sea i was happy to witness it from far. (Charbel Bouez)
I was on the roof of a building hoping that some lightnings would strike nearby… When i saw the madness over the sea i was happy to witness it from far. (Charbel Bouez)
A woman stands on a scale that converts her weight to bars of gold at the currency museum of Lebanon's Central Bank in Beirut. Lebanon's central bank prides itself on being one of the few institutions to survive the country's 15-year civil war intact. Now, as a new war rages in neighbouring Syria, that role is more important than ever. Picture taken November 6, 2014. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)
A woman stands on a scale that converts her weight to bars of gold at the currency museum of Lebanon’s Central Bank in Beirut. Lebanon’s central bank prides itself on being one of the few institutions to survive the country’s 15-year civil war intact. Now, as a new war rages in neighbouring Syria, that role is more important than ever. Picture taken November 6, 2014. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)
A handout picture made available by the Endemol Production company shows Lebanese Pop Star Haifa Wehbe performing during a live episode of the Arab Star Academy reality TV show broadcast on the Lebanese TV Channel LBCI. Wehbe, a former model turned singer, caused "a scandal" in the Arab world by wearing a revealing dress during her live performance on the Pan-Arab talent show. (ENDEMOL)
A handout picture made available by the Endemol Production company shows Lebanese Pop Star Haifa Wehbe performing during a live episode of the Arab Star Academy reality TV show broadcast on the Lebanese TV Channel LBCI. Wehbe, a former model turned singer, caused “a scandal” in the Arab world by wearing a revealing dress during her live performance on the Pan-Arab talent show. (ENDEMOL)
El Khazen Karl of Lebanon competes in the semi-final of the Men's Wakeboard during the 2014 Asian Beach Games at Bangneow Dam, Phuket, Thailand. (Cameron Spencer / GETTY IMAGES)
Karl El Khazen of Lebanon competes in the semi-final of the Men’s Wakeboard during the 2014 Asian Beach Games at Bangneow Dam, Phuket, Thailand. (Cameron Spencer / GETTY IMAGES)
Children from various scouting groups across Lebanon, take part in an attempt to break the Guinness world record for the largest human letter, in Beirut. Over 1800 scouts from various scouting took part in the attempt to set a new world record for the largest human letter for the the English letter 'U' which according to organizers stands for the word unity. The previous record was held by Saudi Arabia which consisted of 852 participants and formed the English letter 'V'. (ANWAR AMRO / AFP)
Children from various scouting groups across Lebanon, take part in an attempt to break the Guinness world record for the largest human letter, in Beirut. Over 1800 scouts from various scouting took part in the attempt to set a new world record for the largest human letter for the the English letter ‘U’ which according to organizers stands for the word unity. The previous record was held by Saudi Arabia which consisted of 852 participants and formed the English letter ‘V’. (ANWAR AMRO / AFP)
A giant copy of the original Lebanese flag, drawn and approved by the members of the parliament during the declaration of independence in 1943, hangs on the wall of a building in Beirut on the occcasion of Lebanon's Independence Day on November 21. (JOSEPH EID / AFP)
A giant copy of the original Lebanese flag, drawn and approved by the members of the parliament during the declaration of independence in 1943, hangs on the wall of a building in Beirut on the occasion of Lebanon’s Independence Day on November 21. (JOSEPH EID / AFP)
Hezbollah member Emad Ayyad (C) celebrates with friends and family in Beirut, after being released by Al-Qaeda's affiliate in Syria during a prisoner swap. Lebanon's militant Hezbollah movement said one of its members captured in Syria by Al-Qaeda's affiliate there was released in exchange for two jihadists held by the Shiite group. (AFP/ STR)
Hezbollah member Emad Ayyad (C) celebrates with friends and family in Beirut, after being released by Al-Qaeda’s affiliate in Syria during a prisoner swap. Lebanon’s militant Hezbollah movement said one of its members captured in Syria by Al-Qaeda’s affiliate there was released in exchange for two jihadists held by the Shiite group. (AFP/ STR)
An undated file picture taken dating back to the 1950s shows Lebanon's late diva Sabah on the set of a film during shooting in Giza, south of Cairo. The celebrated singer died at the age of 87 in Beirut early. (AFP)
An undated file picture taken dating back to the 1950s shows Lebanon’s late diva Sabah on the set of a film during shooting in Giza, south of Cairo. The celebrated singer died at the age of 87 in Beirut early. (AFP)
One of the relatives of the soldiers abducted by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and Al-Nusra Front in the Arsal region of Lebanon close to Syrian border, throws tyre into fire during a protest in front of the Beirut Government Palace, in Beirut, Lebanon. (WISSAM FANASH / ANADOLU AGENCY)
One of the relatives of the soldiers abducted by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and Al-Nusra Front in the Arsal region of Lebanon close to Syrian border, throws tyre into fire during a protest in front of the Beirut Government Palace, in Beirut, Lebanon. (WISSAM FANASH / ANADOLU AGENCY)
A group of Lebanese people stage a march towards the Presidential Palace on the 71st Lebanese Independence Day to commemorate the liberation from the French Mandate on 22 November 1943, in Baabda. Lebanon's Prime Minister Tammam Salam announced on November 21, 2014 that official Independence Day celebrations planned for the following day was cancelled over a vacuum in the presidency. (WISSAM FANASH / ANADOLU AGENCY)
A group of Lebanese people stage a march towards the Presidential Palace on the 71st Lebanese Independence Day to commemorate the liberation from the French Mandate on 22 November 1943, in Baabda. Lebanon’s Prime Minister Tammam Salam announced on November 21, 2014 that official Independence Day celebrations planned for the following day was cancelled over a vacuum in the presidency. (WISSAM FANASH / ANADOLU AGENCY)
A damaged building stands in the area where clashes between the Lebanese army and Islamic militants took place in the Tripoli slum of Bab Tabbaneh, Lebanon. Last month’s clashes were considered the most serious because heavily-armed militants led the clashes; some were loyal to the Islamic State group and others to Syria's al-Qaida affiliate, the Nusra Front. Previous bouts were dominated by local Sunni Muslim tough men in the Tripoli slum of Bab Tabbaneh, fighting rivals in the nearby Jabal Mohsen, loyalists of the Syrian President Bashar Assad. (Bilal Hussein / AP)
A damaged building stands in the area where clashes between the Lebanese army and Islamic militants took place in the Tripoli slum of Bab Tabbaneh, Lebanon. Last month’s clashes were considered the most serious because heavily-armed militants led the clashes; some were loyal to the Islamic State group and others to Syria’s al-Qaida affiliate, the Nusra Front. Previous bouts were dominated by local Sunni Muslim tough men in the Tripoli slum of Bab Tabbaneh, fighting rivals in the nearby Jabal Mohsen, loyalists of the Syrian President Bashar Assad. (Bilal Hussein / AP)
A view of the 30-metre high Christmas tree, which has been officially lit up at the entrance of Byblos (Jbeil) north Beirut, Lebanon. The celebration started with the lighting of the Christmas tree in the Roman Street at Byblos (Jbeil) that is 30-meter high, covered with 2,500 gold-colored iron leaves, and has a crib reaching 12 meters in width. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
A view of the 30-metre high Christmas tree, which has been officially lit up at the entrance of Byblos (Jbeil) north Beirut, Lebanon. The celebration started with the lighting of the Christmas tree in the Roman Street at Byblos (Jbeil) that is 30-meter high, covered with 2,500 gold-colored iron leaves, and has a crib reaching 12 meters in width. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
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