Sometimes, God brings His greatest rains with a storm. Sometimes, God brings His greatest blessings with your difficulty. – Alisa Hope Wagner.

A man takes a selfie by a crashing wave on Beirut's Corniche, a seaside promenade, as high winds sweep through Lebanon during a storm. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)
A man takes a selfie by a crashing wave on Beirut’s Corniche, a seaside promenade, as high winds sweep through Lebanon during a storm. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)
Lebanese citizens take pictures of municipal workers trying to remove broken tiles near the fence of Beirut's seaside corniche that was damaged due to strong and high waves, in Beirut. (Hussein Malla / AP)
Lebanese citizens take pictures of municipal workers trying to remove broken tiles near the fence of Beirut’s seaside corniche that was damaged due to strong and high waves, in Beirut. (Hussein Malla / AP)
Lebanese soldiers stand next to US military equipment and weapons delivered to the Lebanese army at the Beirut port in Beirut, Lebanon. Reports state the Lebanese army received an aid shipment of military equipment, weapons and ammunition worth 25 million US dollars. The shipment included over 70 M198 Howitzers and 26 million rounds of ammunition including small, medium and heavy artillery rounds. Lebanon received US military assistance worth one billion dollars since 2006. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
Lebanese soldiers stand next to US military equipment and weapons delivered to the Lebanese army at the Beirut port in Beirut, Lebanon. Reports state the Lebanese army received an aid shipment of military equipment, weapons and ammunition worth 25 million US dollars. The shipment included over 70 M198 Howitzers and 26 million rounds of ammunition including small, medium and heavy artillery rounds. Lebanon received US military assistance worth one billion dollars since 2006. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
A giant photo of slain PM Rafik Hariri in Downtown Beirut in the 10th year anniversary of his assassination. (Ahmad Azakir / Almustaqbal)
A giant photo of slain PM Rafik Hariri in Downtown Beirut in the 10th year anniversary of his assassination. (Ahmad Azakir / Almustaqbal)
Lebanese journalists take a selfie near artillery pieces that were unloaded from a ship at Beirut's port in Lebanon. U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon David Hale said $25 million worth of military assistance has arrived in Beirut in the latest American aid to Lebanon's army and that Lebanon has become the 5th largest recipient of U.S. foreign military assistance. (Bilal Hussein / AP)
Lebanese journalists take a selfie near artillery pieces that were unloaded from a ship at Beirut’s port in Lebanon. U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon David Hale said $25 million worth of military assistance has arrived in Beirut in the latest American aid to Lebanon’s army and that Lebanon has become the 5th largest recipient of U.S. foreign military assistance. (Bilal Hussein / AP)
A member of Lebanese security forces is seen near the tallest flagpole of the Lebanon planted in the Dbayeh neighborhood of Beirut. (NNA)
A member of Lebanese security forces is seen near the tallest flagpole of the Lebanon planted in the Dbayeh neighborhood of Beirut. (NNA)

A Lebanese police woman lights a candle during a vigil in front of the Jordanian Embassy in Baabda, east Beirut, Lebanon. Hundreds of Lebanese gathered to light candles in front of the Jordanian Embassy in a show of solidarity with the Jordanian pilot burnt alive by members of the group calling themselves Islamic State (IS) after being held by the group since his capture in late December, in response to the pilot's death the Jordanian Government executed two convicted terrorists and carried out a bombing raid on IS's main city Raqqa. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
A Lebanese police woman lights a candle during a vigil in front of the Jordanian Embassy in Baabda, east Beirut, Lebanon. Hundreds of Lebanese gathered to light candles in front of the Jordanian Embassy in a show of solidarity with the Jordanian pilot burnt alive by members of the group calling themselves Islamic State (IS) after being held by the group since his capture in late December, in response to the pilot’s death the Jordanian Government executed two convicted terrorists and carried out a bombing raid on IS’s main city Raqqa. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
A Lebanese woman lights a candle during a vigil in front of the Jordanian Embassy in Baabda, east Beirut, Lebanon. Hundreds of Lebanese gathered to light candles in front of the Jordanian Embassy in a show of solidarity with the Jordanian pilot burnt alive by members of the group calling themselves Islamic State (IS) after being held by the group since his capture in late December, in response to the pilot's death the Jordanian Government executed two convicted terrorists and carried out a bombing raid on IS's main city Raqqa. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
A Lebanese woman lights a candle during a vigil in front of the Jordanian Embassy in Baabda, east Beirut, Lebanon. Hundreds of Lebanese gathered to light candles in front of the Jordanian Embassy in a show of solidarity with the Jordanian pilot burnt alive by members of the group calling themselves Islamic State (IS) after being held by the group since his capture in late December, in response to the pilot’s death the Jordanian Government executed two convicted terrorists and carried out a bombing raid on IS’s main city Raqqa. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
Men take down a picture of former Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri in the mainly Sunni Beirut neighbourhood of Tariq al-Jadideh. Lebanon has begun removing political posters and party banners from neighbourhoods of the capital in a move to unify a country still divided from a civil war, following an agreement between the militant and political Hezbollah party and its rivals. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)
Men take down a picture of former Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri in the mainly Sunni Beirut neighbourhood of Tariq al-Jadideh. Lebanon has begun removing political posters and party banners from neighbourhoods of the capital in a move to unify a country still divided from a civil war, following an agreement between the militant and political Hezbollah party and its rivals. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)
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