Nadine Zaza - Mother in traditional dress
Al-Majnoonah The Literary and Art Magazine of Kingâ€™s Academy
Third Issue Spring 2012 M ANJA - M ADABA , J ORDAN
ENGLISH SECTION: STUDENT EDITORS: LUNA ABU-RMEILEH GIULIA ABDEL LATIF MOUNIR ENNENBACH JOHANNA LEE ARABIC SECTION: NOOR-EDDIN AMER FAREED HALTEH MOHAMMAD SARHAN FACULTY ADVISOR: MS. CHRISTINE ROBINSON; MS. SHADEN AL SALMAN; MR. ATEF ABU SARRIS
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LETTER FROM THE ENGLISH ADVISOR OMAR HALAWA LETTER TO PRESIDENT OBAMA TAMARA NASSAR WHO ARE YOU? ABLA KAWAR IMITATION STYLE: TIM O’BRIAN OMAR HABAYBEH LIVING DAY BY DAY THREE POEMS FROM THE NEWSPAPER AYSHA GHOTO THE SONG OF SILENCE FARAH SAMAWI THE STARS BURN BRIGHTLY HAMZA YOUNIS A SECOND CHANCE ABLA KAWAR BLUE EYES SHAHD AL-JAWHARI A SONNET MS. CHRISTINE ROBINSON I AM WHAT I AM
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Letter from the English Advisor
In a poem written in 1919, W.B. Yeats wrote: “Things fall apart; the center cannot hold.” This sentiment may feel very relevant to what’s happening in the region these days. Nadine Zaza’s portrait on the cover reminds us of the value of family and tradition in this uneasy time. The pieces in this third edition of Al Majnoonah speak to issues of identity: Christians and Muslims, Arabs and ex-pats, students and faculty; the fabric of King’s Academy is represented in this edition of the literary and arts magazine. Who we are, what we believe in, what we hope for is expressed in various ways but the impulse is the same; to use language and art to communicate what we hold in our hearts.
Omar Halawa â€˜12
A Letter to President Obama from a Palestinian in Jordan
President Obama, My name is Omar Halawa. I am 17 years old, and I am a Palestinian who was born in the United States, and raised in Jordan. My grandparents are somewhat â€˜double
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failed to do so for twenty years now. These twenty years have not been easy for the Palestinians living in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and the Palestinian refugees scattered among the worldâ€™s countries. Refugee camps in Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria continue to face dismal conditions; Palestinian farmers in the West Bank continue to be harassed by violent and extremist settlers; Palestinian businessmen and women in the West Bank cannot do business properly because of roadblocks ! !*& + ! %
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process is by resorting to the United Nations, in order to establish a Palestinian State that is a full member of this international body on the borders of June 4th, 1967, with East Jerusalem as its capital. Negotiations are key to complete Statehood, and I know that. I feel, however, that declaring statehood at the United Nations would at least preserve what is left of our land, and our right to a free and independent country of our own. The US argues
against the statehood bid, saying that there is no alternative to direct negotiations. This argument is based on the assumption that the pursuit of full membership for Palestine at the United Nations completely destroys any chances of negotiations. This assumption is incorrect. The statehood bid serves to revitalize negotiations and bring a new dynamic to peace-talks, with a State negotiating with another State. The UN initiative also places the peace process in the international arena, where the international community has a chance to contribute in brokering this peace. I urge you, President Obama, to reconsider your strong opposition to the request that Palestine be made a full member state of the United Nations. Please do not only listen to representatives from AIPAC or the Israeli government about the Palestinian bid for statehood. Please do not let the pressures of re-election and the push from the Israel-supportive Congress impede you from making the right decision that will bring peace to our region. I hope, President Obama, that you go back to the speech you made in Cairo on the 4th of June, 2009, and recall the promises you made to the Arab and Muslim worlds: that there is a new administration that will bring a change to American policy in < ="
Assembly last year, and remember the promises you made to the Palestinian people in particular: that in September, 2011, there would be a new State in the United Nations, the State of Palestine. I hope you extend your strong support for freedom and independence in other Arab nations to our country. I hope you had the time #'' &!
optimism to millions of Palestinians. I hope you saw the thousands of people rallying behind their leader in different West Bank cities, and the children waving their nationâ€™s !
not squander the hopes and dreams of millions of Palestinians because of domestic political considerations. Sincerely, Omar Halawa
Tamara Nassar â€˜13
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mouth and I said: â€œI ask myself that every day.â€? You might be wonderingâ€Ś if I ask myself that every single day, then there must be some success after my thoughts. I refuse limiting myself with equations and assumptions, but we, as humans, naturally and constantly do that. We always need an answer to self-assure our being and offer an atmosphere inside ourselves to make us feel comfortable enough dealing with situations bigger than just us. Looking at this world in a black and white perspective, I see colors in such questions. % ! ! *
the world. These answers help us go on at timesâ€Ś yet, on the other hand, they would sometimes put us in conditions where we grow chronologically to these ideas and transform them into beliefs. Beliefs, if misinterpreted and misused, would narrow our thoughts and turn our lives to abide with the set of rules these beliefs try to offer * ! '% F $
â€œitâ€™s this: that at a certain point in our lives, we lose control of whatâ€™s happening to us, and our lives become controlled by fate. Thatâ€™s the worldâ€™s greatest lie.â€? Personally, I am a believer. Might not seem like it, but I truly am. However, the difference is that I question yet I do not doubt. I wonder, I think, I speculate. I have come to a â€˜conclusionâ€™ that man has the mind of gods. We are gods because we are !&' * * " G# ! Q
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they go to, the country they live in, their occupation, or sometimes, so shallow, they would tell you how old they are. If I come to actually do that, I would tell you that I am physically a Kings Academy half Palestinian sixteen year old student, who lives in Amman, plays guitarâ€Ś happy almost always. I have two younger sisters, two beautiful parents and live in a decent house. I write a lot of poems, listen to endearing music, read philosophical books, and strive to make a difference one day. I have a black belt in Taekwondo, conquered a lot of minds, won over ten championships across ` ! $ #' ! '
counting? I believe my purpose in life is to change the world, because I live in one where reality is only an option. I refuse to have to want more than what I need, hence ! !! " * ' *
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progress. I can go on with the list forever; I am a writer. I am a reader. I am a daughter. I am a sister. I am a friend. I am human. I am a student. I am a teacher. I am a learner. I am an actor. I am a team member. I am an instructor. I am part of the whole. I am a thinker. I am a believer. I am different today than what I was yesterday. I am a tourist. I am a citizen. I am a lady. I am everything but my mind. I am a lover. I am not a saint, but I am not a sinner. I am the result of my thoughts. I am my world. I am a universe on my own. I am a thought. I am everything and nothing all at once. And by time, which is a healer, I realized that itâ€™s never about I am â€˜thisâ€™ or I am â€˜thatâ€™â€Ś it is â€œ I am. â€? So, who are you, Tamara Nassar? I am. And thatâ€™s all I have to offer for an answer.
Abla Kawar â€˜12
Imitation Style: Tim Oâ€™brien The Things I Carry I carry a gene not present in my family, a hand not used and a name ancient in my generation. I carry a passion pushed to the side, a skill I developed and an empty sketchbook which will carry my thoughts for today, tomorrow and the future yet to unfold. I carry a cellphone in the palm of my hand. I carry a crackberry mentality, a red light and a vibration as a reaction to no such message. I carry an abbreviation to a web page, one with no â€œAâ€? (@AblaKWar). Tweets carry my name through a daily thought within a blackberry sideline and a mention. I carry a label, a bag and eyes of a compound one usually found in a chemistâ€™s daily experiment. I carry Copper II Sulphate. SAT words that I can relate to speech, few and unique are carried at the back of my head. I carry the term loquacious, an adjective that gets me up on my toes with excitement. Twitter birds carried the term idiosyncrasy and inserted it about me â€œIâ€™m me, an idiosyncrasy.â€? Travelling the world, I return to my home country carrying a piece of art and an experience to share. I carry on my feet a pair of shoes and bright colorful socks. My footsteps carry a personality as well as carrying eyes of attention-seekers. Through my lead I carry a childhood, a craving and a rainbow. I carry around my neck a rosary and now I even carry Jesus Christ with me. Experiences repeated through the years from these memories; incidents are carried in technological obstacles. A childhood & * ! && " Â€!
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present terms of a gadget. I carry the gadget on the street. I carry my feet with it. I carry lost places, it also being one of my genetic codes. Building as the bricks go by, I now carry a tracker. I carry a school day, I carry a build-a-bear a pillow and I carry myself to sleep. But usually insomnia carries me through the night, leaving me with nothing to carry but exhaustion.
Omar Habaybeh â€˜12
Living Life Day by Day Left or right donâ€™t know which road to take Lifeâ€™s a gamble but thereâ€™s so much at stake Dreams on my mind having a hard time staying awake Right or wrong donâ€™t know if itâ€™s a mistake Welcome to Hollywood say hello to the heartbreak % &&
Newsbreak, headlines saying how Iâ€™m taking what aintâ€™ mine All this money and fame itâ€™s my time to shine Â‚ ! $
But everyone works with the cards theyâ€™ve been dealt with Iâ€™m sorry but I guess thatâ€™s life so take a second to smile and wish that what you got isnâ€™t mine Cause Iâ€™m the underground king of this time It was their time but now ifs my time Â€& %
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I say what you read isnâ€™t what I think This isnâ€™t the true story itâ€™s just a sideline Everything has a limit but I just passed my line Cause life canâ€™t be taught it has no guide lines I say whatâ€™s life without risks; arm splits Savingâ€™ all my life experiences on a disc By lookingâ€™ at the bigger picâ€™s they all seem like short skits # '
face Iâ€™m in a race with fortune and fame Just wait and see what this new underground king is going to do to the game
The Song of Silence I wish itâ€™s a dream, But no one can stop it. They face the adversary, They taste the trouble. Hear the poor bellow for love, See the rich scream as much. No one is right, nobody is wrong, Help them get up and sing the song. The song of love curiosity creates, The song of silence serenity breaks. Learn to love those who canâ€™t be heard, Hear the thoughts of those who canâ€™t be loved. For them itâ€™s merely a trail, For me, itâ€™s an endless rail. Donâ€™t let the tears fall from their eyes, F!
& * " Make them feel like they are right, Make them heard by whatâ€™s in sight. Make a change and help the humble, Be the person that will never ever crumble.
Farah Samawi â€˜15
The Stars Burn Brightly The stars burn brightly, But all I see are your eyes, The sun shines warmly, But all I feel are the chills of your lies. Joy spreads upon the world, But all I feel is this pain, The darkness sweeps me up, And I board its train. The last call has been sung, And I fall to my knees, In the empty palace, Engulfed with trees. No one can save me now, I must learn to get up, No one can hear me shout, Itâ€™s my mess I must clean up.
A Second Chance
â€œYouâ€™ve got one week! I need the money!â€? Replied with hesitation, as if I knew it would be impossible â€œAh, yes sir... I will, Iâ€™ll get it as soon as possible sir.â€? â€œI have faith in you, Bob.â€? It was Christmas time in a week, everybody wanted to be clear of debts, and those who loaned wanted their money back for sure, for after all we all loved a valid reason to spend our money on unnecessary desires. Unfortunately, in my case, I just wanted a valid reason to get my job back. I was not exactly the responsible, on time employee. I worked for a supermarket, Target. I did not exactly enjoy my job, and I had always rested my reasons, to why I show up late all the time, on that. I simply just did not enjoy my job! I had always thought of myself as greater. I had dreams for my future: '! &! $ =
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pity, pity for myself, for who I have become. How did I lose the job that barely needed the effort? Just show up Bob! I inhabit a twenty dollar per month house, and yet I fell in debt? Iâ€™ve got to pull myself back together. It is time to revive myself, my & Â‰' Â‰' ÂŠ
Tomorrow, I am going to launt around the parking lot, outside Target, until Iâ€™ve accumulated enough strength to enter and make a statement, a promise. I am going to show him that I have potential, and he will be ensured that my negligent behavior will cease. â€œAh, if s a new day! Who said a single man canâ€™t take care of himself.â€? I was nervous. * (' ' (' " =% ' Â‹$
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needed an employee, you know, one that is committing. I am prepared now, I was just going through some personal challenges but ha-ha you know how it is... Life...â€? â€œBob, listen I told you, we found a more determined person, you are just not ready to work. You should take a little break, a personal vacation maybe; it looks like you need one.â€? It took no genius to know that he was putting on an act. His fakeness was blatant. Without further attempt I strolled away. I was desperate now because I needed a job. I need to acquire, somehow, forty dollars to pay off the debt and another twenty dollars for my bills. I drove back home, sat down and as usual picked up my daily newspaper for a read. Being absolutely hapless, I was not in the mood to read. However, I scanned through the papers, until a head-line captured my attention. Â„#Â‘= Â’Â“) D |Q= ?Â“Â‘Â€| Â“Â€Â€Â‰Â”= Â€|)#|Â“D@ #Â‘= Â’Â“) Â”Â“Â“D
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haunted my head right after the call ended. I began to panic. 1 need to show up on time! I remembered my friend, Josh, the night before his most important day he went to a store and bought an extremely loud alarm clock. Just to make sure he would not miss the appointment for an inexcusable fault. I am going to do the same. â€œThat would be 1.99 dollars sir.â€? â€œI beg your pardon?â€? â€œ1.99 dollars, sir...â€? â€œWhy is it 1.99 dollars? Is this some new fancy clock? Did it just hit the fashion stores or something? Thatâ€™s a ridiculous price for an alarm clock; I sold these for one dollar in "V G? * ' !!* @V GÂ’ $
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â€œWhat is this boisterous sound? Oh god it must stop!â€? I wake up as if a train just ran into my house and the glasses shattered all over the place. â€œHoly damned creatures! Itâ€™s 9:30!â€? With an excessive amount of worry I put on my suit blindly and race out the house and into the car. I was now more than just worried; it was my life that ÂŠ # % !! !
were questions; questions without answers. What will I do now that I am late? What is going to happen? I am now almost there, about to enter the scene of misery; the place where my life is marked as its end. GÂ‰'ÂŠ Â‰' ÂŠ Â– \Â—Â– Â‰'"""V %/!* *
whether to nod and apologize or come up with some phony excuse again. â€œWell Bob? Why are you late?â€? I blanked out. Things were getting dark, and it almost felt like a moral lesson. My heart was telling me to be honest and maybe, just maybe, he will be Â‡' " GÂ‰' * ÂŠ@V $ & GÂ’ *
I am sorry. I meant to be here on time. I even bought a special alarm clock! I tried this time, I really did.â€? Now I was just hoping, nothing more. He paused, suspense grew in me. I did not know what to expect, mercy or ruthlessness. As the angry hand threw time away, sweat started to appear on my forehead; talk already! â€œI am sorry Bob; someone has occupied your spot. There might be vacancies next month.â€? I fell to the ' " ? ! && %
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echoing and resounding, and this time in an orderly manner. Where is this coming from? I thought to myself. It seemed like it was directing from above... The sound grew louder and louder, and I snapped back to reality! â€œOh my god! It is only 8:00 am! ÂŠV
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Shahd Al-Jawhari ‘13
Writing a Sonnet Discouraged by their sneaky thoughts and glares As I pass the halls I hear sudden sighs This must be the worst part of my nightmares I know it’s not worth self-sorrow and cries I push them away with my awkward looks With bushy hair, eyebrows and massive shoes They believe I live amongst my big books I say they are books to keep me amused That’s why beauty brightly shines within me Forget what they think is to be pretty! I know I’m the best I could ever be I feel nothing for them but big pity You cannot understand the true meaning Of beauty, unless you sense the feeling.
Ms. Christine Robinson
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drawl I am the alphabet without the sound of an R you may not understand what I am saying youâ€™ll just have to get used to it I am hand-picked com on the cob in August and lobster with steamers in July I am what I am my fatherâ€™s rational mind full of logic not math though I was never good at math I am the tomboy who threw the ball further than the boys the grown up feminist not a man-hater but a pro-woman !* ' $
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strokes through a pool I am what I am I am the curl of Atlantic waves the narrow rocky trails up the mountains of my homeland the Seine of Paris and what is left of the Berlin Wall I am what I am I am the broken streets in Bosnia and the Whirling Dervish in Sarajevo the statue of David in Florence & the red brick of Exeter I am what I am I am the loud voice of protest and the soft voice of forgiveness I am a daughter always of a father who died and a mother losing her memory I am the Â‰ ! Â€ Âš!! Â‰
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teacher in a foreign land a writer a poet sometimes a radical take me or leave me alone.
14’ ǀƴźȚǞȿƶŽȚǋƵƇž Ȯ ȜƾƸƑȚ ȿ : ǝƉƱſȠǍƭƁȸǌŽȿ ȚȲȚƻƉŽȚȶ ȆȝƾƷƐȚǕƸƵűǜžƾƶƷűȚǞůǠƄŽȿ ȚȝƾƃƲƯŽƾŮǀƂƸƴžƾƷȿƶƳŽȶ ȆȚǋűǀƴƸƵű ...ȜƾƸƑȚ ȿ ȿ ȒǾƸƇƄƉžȶ ȹ ƾƃƯǧȚȹǍžȖȜƾƸƑȚǚƯƆƁǜž ƾƵƴȿ żȶ ȆƾŻȚǍŵȘȶǽƾƵűȝȢȚȢȥȚ ȆƾƀƾƶƸƲŴƾƵƴȿ ż ȆǀƴƸƵƐȚȜǍƀȿǎŽƾżȜƾƸƑƾź ȆǜƇſǽȘƾƷƀǞȿ ƪƁǽȜƾƸƑȚ ȴȿ ȖǋżƻƓȚǜž ƠƯſǛŽȚȣȘǀƸżȥǀƇǣȚȤǽȶǾƸƵűȚǍƮƶžƾƶƸƭƯůǜŽǠƷź ȆȚȤǞƅƶž ȔƾƃƀƾƷŽƾƵűȠȚȤȶǁƴŮȣȵƾƶƴƵƀȖȶƾƀƾƶżǍů .ǀ ȿƲƇƄƉƓȚǀƁƾƶƯŽȚƾƷŮ ȿ ǀƷűǠźȜǍƲƄƉžȜǋžƾǧ ǚƮůǽǠƷź ȆȝƾƷűȜǋŸǙƴƢǠƄŽȚǀƁǍǣȚǋŽȚȜǍƳŽƾżȜƾƸƑȚ ȴȿ Ƽź ȆǍųȕǘƴƭƶžǜžȶ ȠƾƸůȤǽȚȶƾǤǍŽȚȶȜǍžƾưŽȚȜȢƾƯƉŽƾŮƾƶƸƴŸǏƳƯƶƁǚƸƵűƿſƾűȜƾƸƇƴŽȴǞƳƁ ȆȳǞƁǠƱź ȆȤȶǋůȶȱǍƇƄůǚŮ ȆȜǋŲȚȶ .ǘƴƲŽȚȶǀŮƹƳŽȚȶȴǎƑƾŮƾƶƸƴŸǏƳƯƶƁȢǞŴȖƿſƾűǠźǀŸǞǤǞžȜǍƳŽȚǙƴůȴǞƳů ȆǍųȕȳǞƁǠźȶ ȆǠƉƱƶŽȚ ȜȤƾŰȁȚȶǀƸƴƉƄŽȚǜžȚǞȿ űƾƷůƾƸȿ ŶǠźǚƵƎǋŻǠƄŽȿ ȚȤƾƷȿƶŽȚȝƾŻȶȖǐƸƯſƾȿƶżȚȣƼź ȆǍƵƲŽȚȶǏƵƪŽƾżƾƬƁȖǠƀ ǚŮǾƁǞŶȳȶǋůǜŽȝƾŻȶǈȚȵǌƀ ȴȿ ƺŮȱȤǋſƾƶƶƳŽȶ ȆƾƶŮȤƾŻȖȶƾƶǣƾŻǋǧȖǕžȳǞƸŽȚ ȔƾƬƲŮ ȔȚǋƯŴǜƇſȴǞƳƶź ȆƾƶŽ ǚŮ ȆǝŮǍƯƪſȴȖȴȶȢǗŶƾƒȚȰǍƃŽƾż Ǎȿ ƚƾƶžǞƁǜžǚƯƆƁȶȝƾƮƇƴŽȚǙƴůǠƷƶƸŽǾƸŽǙŽƾƑȚȳǾƮŽȚǠůƺƸŴ .ƿƉƇźǁƬžȝƾƁǍżȣ ȜƾƸƑȚȲƾƵƆŮƾžǞƁǍƪƃŽȚǜƇſǟƮƇſǜƴź... ǝƉƱſǁŻǞŽȚǠźǀƴƸƵűȶǀƃƯǧȶǀŻƾŵȜƾƸŲǜžƾƷŽƾƸź ȿ ȿ ǌŽȶ ǠſȚǞƅŽƾżȴǞƳůȴȖȝȢƾżȝƾƮƑǟƴŸȲǞƫƑȚǚƸƃŴǠźƿƯȿƄŽȚȶǋƷƐȚǜžǙƴƘƾž ǚżƾƷƭƯſǛŽȴȘƾƷů ......ǍƫƃŽȚǉƓǠź Ǎȿ ƢǠƄŽȚȆȜȢȶǋƯƓȚ
13’ ȵǞƴȿ ŽȴȚǍƵŸ Ȯ ȔȚǍƱƫŽȚǀžƾƲƓȚ ȿ :ȲƾƲźȴƾŲǍƉŽȚȜǎƵŲƾƶŰ ǋŲ ȿ ȿ ȔȚǍƱƫŽȚ ȿ ǠƉƱƶŮ ȣȘȶ ȆȜȤȚǋƆŮ ǚƵŸ ǜŸ ǁƅƇŮ ȆȜȤƾƸƉŽȚ ȜȢƾƸŻ ǁƵƴȿ Ưů ƾžǋƶŸ ȿ ȜȤƾƸȿ ƉŽȚ ǟƴŸ ǠƶŽȿ ǋů ȆȜȤƾžǈȚ ȿ ȿ ȹ ƾźǍƄƇžǁƇƃǧȖǟȿƄŲȜȤƾƷƙȳǞƁ ǚżƾƀȢǞŻȖȶǠŻȥȤƾƷƸźƿƉżȖ Ǡźȶ ..ȜȤƾƄƥȚȴƾƵŸȰǍŶ ǚżȯǍŸȖ .ȜȤȚǋưŽȚ ȿ ǘƁǍŶƾƷȿſƺżȶǠŽȝǋŮǠƄŽȚǝƄƷűȶǗƫƁǌųȖȶǠƯžƿżȤ .ȜȤȿ ƾƓȚǋŲȖǠƶƱŻǞƄŴȚȆ ȜȤȿ ƾƑȚǗƸƫŽȚȳƾƁȖǜžȳǞƁ ȿ ǜžǍƅżȖǘƁǍƭŽȚƾƶůǌųȖ .ȢȚǍƓȚȴƾƳƓȚȯǍŸȖǠƶȿſȘȢƾƶŸ ǚƳŮǠƉƱſǁƯƶŻȖȶȢƾƄƯƓƾżǠŴȖȤȝȥǎƀ .ȜȤȿ ƾŻǟŽȘ ȿ ǂƇƃŽȚǜžȝƾŸƾŴǋƯŮȶ .ȜȤȚǍžȶǾŹƿżȚǍŽȚƿƴŻȀƚǞƀȶȆ ȜȤȚǍƑȚǀűȤȢȬƾƱůȤȚǕžǠƴưƁȴƾżȢȚǋƯŽȚȶ ȆǀŸƾŴ ȿ ȲǞŶ ǝŮ ǋƆƶƄŴȖ ǁƴƴŷ ȸǌŽȿ Ț ȆȳƾſǈȚ ȸȢƾƀ ǚƬƱŮ Ȇȳɀ ǾƉŮ ƾƶƴǧȶȶ ȆȔƾƶƱŽȚ ȴƾƳž ǟŽȘ Ǒƈŵ ƾƶŽȿ Ȣ ȔƾƶƯŽȚȶ ȿ ǛŽȚǌŽ .ƾűȚǍųȘȵȢǞƲſǚżȟǍƈƁȴȖƿżȚǍȿ ŽȚ Ǎȿ ƭƬůȯǞŴȜǍűǈƾź ȆƾűȚǍŲȘ Ǎȿ ƵŲȚǠƷűȶȴǞŽ .ȴƾƶƂƵŶƾŮǘƁǍƭŽȚ ǁƉźƾſǋŻǁſƾżǀŽǞƷƆžȹ ȜȤƾƵŸǚųȢȶƿżȚǍŽȚȲǎſ .ǝůǍƆŲǜžȢǞƲƶŽȚǍƬƇƸŽȵǍƮƄſȖȴƺŮǝƃƴŶțǍưƄŴȖ ȲǞŶǋƯŮȶ .țȶǍƷŽȚǋƁǍƁǝȿſȖǀƴƀǞŽǽȶǠŽƾƃŮǍƭƈƁǛŽȸǌŽȚțǞƳƶƓȚƿżȚǍȿ ŽȚǍƮƄſȖȝǋųȖȶ .ǽǞŶțƾƇƉŽȚ ȿ ȿ ǠƴŸ ǛƴƁȤƾƆƱſȚ ȸȖƿ ƃȿ ŴȖǽǟƄŲ ȔȶǋƷŮǝƵƴȿ żȖȴȖǀƸȿ ƶŽȚȶȤƾƵƬƓȚǟŽȘǁŽǎſȶȴƾžǈȚȳȚǎŲǁƯƴųȤƾƮƄſȚ ȿ ȿ ȹ ƾŮƾŮȸǞƎȜȤƾƵƯŽȚǁſƾżǛƯſ !ȝƾƵƓȚǠƀǠŽǀƃƉƶŽƾŮǁſƾżȶ ȆȝȚǞƭųǕƬŮǁƸƪž .ȤȚǍƱƴŽƾſȖ Ǎȿ ƭǤȖȶȦƾƶŽȚ ȿ ǋƯŮȶ .ǗŻǞƓȚǜžǋżƺůȖȶȷȤǈǀƲƸŻȢǠſƾƳžǠźǁƸƲŮȶȷǍűƾžȰ ǋǧȖǛŽ .ǀƸȿ ƴƲŸȝƾŮȚǍƭǤȚǠŽƿƃŴƾƸȿ Ʊƴų ȿ ǁƶżƾžǋƶŸȶ .ǍƑȚȜǋŵǜžȪƾƭƓƾżǁƇƃǧȖǠƄ Žȿ ȚǠůȤƾƸȿ ŴǞƇſǁƃƀȣȶȪƾƭƇſȚǠźǠŴȖȤȝƺŶƺŶȝƾƮƑ ȿ Ȝǋŵǜž ǠƶƸŸǠźǚƯƄƪůȤƾƶŽȚȶ ȆƿƭƒȚƾžǁŽƺƉź .ȜȤƾƸȿ ƉŽȚǒƯŮ ȿ ǠƴŸǙƇǤȜȤƾƸȿ ƉŽȚǟŽȘǠƲƁǍŶǠź ȿ ȚǌƀǊźǠźǕƲƁ ȆȜȤƾƸȿ ŴǘǣƾŴȲȶȖǁƉŽǁſƺź .ȸǍƱƸȽ ŽȷǍųȖȜǍȿ žǝůǍȿ żȢƾŸȖ !ȸǍƵƶŽȚǗƁȥǞűǞƀȚǞŽƾƲź .ƿƬưŽȚ .ȜȤƾƸȿ ŶǀƃƴŸ ȔȚǍŵǝƉƱſǟƴŸǚƈƃƁȸǌŽȚȲƾƄƤȚ
14’ ǀƴƸżȶȢȤȶ Ȯ ǀƴƸżȶȝƾƄźǽ :ȜȕǍƓȚ Ǡƴȿ ŷǗƴųǕƃŻȖȜȢƾŸ ǠƃƴŻȝƾźȚǍƄŸȚȳƾžȖ ǍƆƶƒƾżǕƃŻȖȶȖ ǕűǞŽȚȜǍǧƾųǠź ȜƾŵǍƱŽȚǠžƾžȖǗƲů Ǎųȕ ȹ ƾƫƈŵ Ǡźǋűƺź ȿ ȜȕǍƓƾŮǠƶƵŴǍƁ
:ȤȚǋű ǠźȳǞƶŽȚǞƇƫƁƾžǋƶŸ ȿ ȠƾƃƫŽȚǝűǞŮȵȔƾžǚƉưƁ ȿ ƾſȖǞƇǧȖƾžǋƶŸȶ ȤƾƭƲŽȚǠƶůǞƱƁ ȠƾƁǍȿ ŽȚǁƵƫůȶ ȤƾƵƉƓȚǠƶŻǋƁ ȤȚǋƐȚ ǠźǚųǋƸź ȿ
:ȳǾżǗƸƱŲ ǋưŽȚǏžȖǠź ǠůǞǧǜźȢȖ ȜǍƃƲžǠź ȢȤǞŽȚǐƁȤǜž ȲƾƯźǈȚȖǋƫů ȯȶǍƑȚǋƉżƺƄů ǟƲƃƁǽȶ ȤǞƭƉŽȚȴƾƫŹȖǟƴŸ ȿ ȳǾżǗƸƱŲȷǞŴ ǠźǾŴȖȴƾżƾžǋƶŸ ȴȶǍŰƾƳƄƁ ȲƾƲůǍƃŽȚȝƾžƾƉƄŮȚǟƴŸ ǑƴƲůȚƾſȖǁƶż ȹ ȚǋƁȶȤ ȹ ȚǋƁȶȤ ǠƶȿſȘǟƄŲ ȔƾƓȚǁƆƉſ ǠźȚǋƆžǁƵǧǜž
14’ ȝƾƃƸſȣȜȔȚǍŮ Ȯ ǀƁȚǋƃŽȚǁſƾżȶ
ȚȣƾžȸȤǋƁǾź ȑȵƾƶƸŸǝƄƵŴȤȦƻƃŽȚǜƳŽȶ ȆȹƾƃƁǍŻȶ ȹ ȚǋƸƯŮ ȆȹȚǋƸƯŴȶ ȹ ƾƶƁǎŲ ȆȹȚǋƸŲȶȴƾżǋƁǋű ǠŴȚȤȢȳǞƁȲ ȶȿ ȖǠź ȿ ȒǚƯƱƁ .ǝƸƃŵǝŽǏƸŽȶǗǧǞƁǽƿƁǍŹȤǞƯŵȵǍžƾų ȆǀƁƾƷƶŽȚǓƁǍŵǽȶǀƁȚǋƃŽȚǓƸųǟŽȘȲǞǧǞŽȚǕƸƭƄƉƁǽ ȒǝƴƯźƿƆƁȚȣƾžȶȖǝŽǞŲȞǋƇƁȚȣƾžȸȤǋƁǽ ȆȬȶǎƶžǚƲŸȶ ȆǘƴưžƿƴŻ ȆȴƾůǋƸƲžȴȚǋƁȶ ȆȴƾƄƯžȚȢȴƾƶƸŸ
14’ ǀƪŲȚǍƑȚǀƵƸžȖ Ȯ ȬǞžǋŽȚȝǍƵƷſȚȶ ȿ ȱȤǋȽƁ ǛŽ ǚƲŸǠź ǑŻȚǍƄů ǁƯ ȼ Ǥ Ƚ Ⱦ ȶȽ Ǚǆ ſȖ ǀȻ ƮƇƴŽ ǜǇ Ʈů ȆǀƃƁǍŹȼ ȴȺ ȚȤǋűȽ ȆȜȢȤƾŮ ȜȺ ȢƾŴȾȶ ȺȤƾƳźȼȖ .ƺƭȼƒȚ ȴƾƳƓȚǠź Ȼ Ⱦ ǆ Ƚ ȼ ƦƴżǋŻǝǆ ƿƴŻ Ǖ ƸƭƄƉůǽ ǜž Ǎ ƭƱſȚ ȆƾƷů Ȕ Ț ǍŻ ƪŽȚȼ ȵȻ ǞűȶǍƸŮƾƯů ȆƾƀȼǎƆƶ ǕƬƃȾ ȾŽǞȼŽȶǟǆƄŲ ȰǞ ǀȻ Ƶǆ ƷƙȾ Ǘ ſȖ Ƚ ȼ Ⱥ Ƚ ȼ Ⱦ Ƚ ƁȴȖ ƿƆƁ Ⱦ Ⱦ ȼ ǀȹ ƃƁǍŹȼ ǝȽ ƯžǠůƺȼ ůȶǁƃǆ ŲȖǜžȼ ȱȼ ǍȽ Ƅȼ ůȴȖǁŮȼȖǠƄǆŽȚ ǝȽ ŲȶȤ Ƚ ȝƾŸƾŴ ǋȽ ȾƏǽ ź ǜž ȼ ƿȼ ȾƴƆȼƁȴȖ Ǡȼ Ɖȼ Ȼ Ⱦ ſǋŻ ǋȺ Ɖű .ǝȾƴƀȼȖ ȰȚǍ Ⱦ ȼ Ÿȼ ȔƾŮǍŹ ȹ ƾŴƾſȽȖȷǍƄȾŽǔƲƸȼƄƉȼ ů ȆǚƸƴǆŽȚǠź ǙƉ ȼ Ⱦ ſƻȽƁȸǌǆŽȚ ǝȽ Ƃȼ źȾȢǋȼƲźȼ ǋŻ ȧȚǍźǟƴŸǁ Ƭ Ǚƶ ȼ žȼ ǀȺ ƴƸŽ .ƾƷƉȾſȚƻȽƁǜž Ȼ .ǕǤǞȼ ŽȚȚǌƀ ȾȢƾƸƄŸȚǟƴŸ ǛȽ Źȼ Ǎů Ǚǆȼ ƶƳŽȶ ǋŻƾƬƁ ȹ ȼ Ȗ Ǡȼ ƀȾ ǝȽ Ÿȼ ǞžȽȢ ǋȽ ƆȾ ȼ Ɓȶ ȆƾƷƶžȾ ȼǘƸƱȼƁǠƳŽ ȴȽ ƾƉſȁȚȾ ȼ ƾƷƸƬƲȼƁ ȝƾƮƑ Ⱥ !ǀŻǆ ȾǍȾŮƾƷƇƉȼƚǜ ǋ ƒȚǟƴŸȲǎƶůƾƀȚǍƄ źȼ ȆƾƷȾůƾƃŴǜ ǆ ȼ žȼ ǍȽ Ʈȼ Ƚ žȾ ȤǆǍƇȼƄȼůȴȼȖȝȼȢȚȤȼȖ Ⱦ Ƅƶȼ ů ǜƁ Ⱦ
11’ ȦǞſƾźȴǎƁ Ȯ ȔƾŻǋǧǈȚǀſƾƸų
ǍųȃǕƵƄƆžǜžǗƴƄƈůƾƷȿƶƳŽȶ ȆǀƸȿ ſƾƉſȁȚȝƾƯƵƄƣȚǗƴƄƈžǠźȜȢǞűǞžǀƸȿ ƃƴŴǀƸŸƾƵƄűȚȜǍƀƾŷǀſƾƸƒȚ ȆǏƱȿƶŽȚǀſƾƸųȶ ȆǀƸűȶǎŽȚǀſƾƸƒƾżǀſƾƸƈƴŽǟƄŵȬȚǞſȖȱƾƶƀȶ .ǀǤȶǍƱƓȚǀƸŻǾųǈȚƝƉŽȚȶǛƮȿ ƶŽȚƿƉŲ ȿ ȆƿƸƃƑȚƾƶƯƵƄƆžǋƸŽƾƲůȶȝȚȢƾŸǗŽƾƈůȬȚǞſǈȚȵǌƀǕƸƵű .ǚƀǈȚǀſƾƸųȶ ȆǜŶǞŽȚǀſƾƸųȶ ȆǜƁǋŽȚǀſƾƸųȶ ȿ ȢǞŴȖǟŽȘȲǞƇƄſȴȖȞǞƸƴŽȚǜƇſƾƶƸƴŸƿƆƁȶ ȆǀƃƫƒȚǝƄŮǍůǚƲŲǠźȜǍƸưǧ ǛŸȚǍŮǝƸźƾſǞƘȸǌŽȚǕƵƄƣȚ ȼ ƾƁƾƭųȖǞŴȖǜžǀſƾƸƒȚ ȴȿ ǈ ȑȤȶǍƪŽȚȵǌƀǜŸȵǋƯƃſȶƾƶƶƁǍŸǜŸǕźȚǋſǠżǀƈžƾŵȲǞƲŸȸȶȣȶȴƾƯƆŵ ȸǌŽȚǀſƾƸƒȚȬȚǞſȖǋŲȖȲǞŲȤȶǋƁȳǞƸŽȚȚǌƷŽǠŸǞǤǞžȶ .ȜǋƁǋŸȯȚǍŶǈȜǍƸƅżȤȚǍǤȖǜžǝƃƃȿ ƉůƾƓǛŽƾƯŽȚ .ǀƁȿ ǋƉƐȚȜǞƲŽȚǟƴŸǠƬƲƁȶ ȆȹƾƸȿ ƉƱſ ȹ ȚǍƸžǋůƿƃƉƁ ǍƸƳƱůǀƲƁǍŶǛƷƯƵƏȶȳƾƵƄƀȚȶȴƾƶŲȶȜǞȿ ųȖǀƱŶƾŸǚŮ ȆƿƉȿƶŽȚȶȖȳǋŽȚǛƷƯƵƆƁǽȜǞųȘǛƀ ȔƾŻǋǧǈȚ ȿ Ǡż ȔƾŻǋǧǈȚʇȚǕƵűǋƲŽ .ǕŮƾƄůȰƾƃƉŮǍžǈȚǝƃȿ ŵȖ ȆǝƲƁǋǧǀƴƵű ǀȼ ƴƵƳů ȔǍƓȚǕƸƭƄƉƁǂƸŲ ȆǀƴžƾƳƄž ƿŻȚǞŸǜžǀƃŻƾŸ ȸȖǚƯƆƁǽȶǝƲƁǋǧǟƴŸǀƮźƾƤȚ ȔǍƓȚǟƴŸǙŽǌŽ ȆǋŲȚȶǑƈŵǠźƞƫƈŵȚǞſǞƳƁ ȿ .ǀƁȿ ǞųǈȚǀŻȚǋƫŽȚǠźǍŰƻůƾƸſ ǋŽȚ ȿ ȿ ȿ ȜǋŸǟƴŸȸǞƄƇƁǜƳŽȶƿƯǧȲȚƻŴǝȿſȘ ȒǘƁǋƫŽȚǀſƾƸųțƾƃŴȖƾž :ǝƉƱſȠǍƭƁȸǌ Ž ȚȲȚƻƉŽȚǠůƺƁƾƶƀǜƳŽȶ ȿ ȿ .ǀŮǞűȖ ȔȷȢƾƃžǛƴƯůȶ ȆǀƶƁǋƓȚǟŽȘǀƁǍƲŽȚǜžƾžǑƈŵǚƲƄſȚȚȣƼź ȆǍƬƇƄŽȚǞƀǀſƾƸƒȚțƾƃŴȖǋŲȖǜž ǚƯŽ ȴ ȖǋƲƄŸȚȶǀƸžǞƸŽȚǝůƾƸƑȦƾŴƺżƾƀǌƈȿ ůȚȶ Ȝȹ ǋƁǋű ǠƄŽȚ ȔȷȢƾƃƓȚǜžǍƅżȖǍƬƎȶ ǠŻȤǟƴŸȸǞƄƎ ȔȷȢƾƃƓȚȵǌƀ ȿ ȿ ȆǀƁǍƲŽȚǠźǝƲƁǋǧ ȔȷȢƾƃžǟŽȘǀƃƉƶŽƾŮȤǋưŽȚȢǞƶŮǜž ǋƯůȜǋƁǋƐȚ ȔȷȢƾƃƓȚǋŲȖǁſƾżȶ ȆǘŮƾƉŽȚǠźƾƀǌƈȿ ůȚ ȿ ǗƸƯǤ ȔǍƓȚ ȴȿ Ƽź ȑǙŽȣǟŽȘǀźƾǤȘ .ȜȢǞƫƲžǍƸŹǜƳŽȶǀƸŴƾŻǀſƾƸųƿƃƉŮȩǞȿ ƯƁǽ ȹ ȚǎƁǎŸ ȹ ƾƲƁǋǧǍƉųǋƲƴź Țǌƀ ȔƾƷƄſȚǋƯŮȶ .ǝƲƁǋǧǀŻǍŴǟƴŸȳǋƲƁȴȖǟŽȘǀŻǍƉŽȚǛƴȿ ƯƄƁȶȢƾƉźȜȤƻŮǟŽȘȯǍƆƶƁǋŻǀƸȿ ƫƈƪŽȚ .ƾƶƸƳƉž ȹ ȚǋƸŲȶ ȔǍƓȚǟƲƃƁ ȆǜƁǎƑȚǗŻǞƓȚ ȚǌƀǠźǀƸƫƈƪŽȚǠŮȤƾƏǜžȶ :ǘƸƬŽȚǁŻȶǠźǘƁǋƫŽȚȜǋŸƾƉžȳǋŸǞƀǀſƾƸƒȚǟƴŸǀƵƷƓȚǀƴƅžǈȚǜžȶ ȿ ǕƸƭƄƉƁǽǝȿſƺŮƾƸŸǋžǠůǋŸƾƉžǒźȤǝȿƶƳŽȶ Ȇ ƾƸȿ źȶ ȹ ƾƲƁǋǧǝƄƃƉŲǘƁǋƫŽǀŴƾžǀűƾƇŮǁƶż ȬǞǤǞƓȚ ȿ ȿ ȴȚǍƷžǋƸƯŴƿƴŶƾžǋƶŸȫǞƱƇžƿƸƍǍƸƷƪŽȚǠǣȚȶǍƴŽțǾƳŽȚȶǑƴȿ ŽȚǀƁȚȶǍŮǗŻǞƓȚȚǌƀǠſǍżȣǋƲŽ .ǙŽȣ ȴƾżǝſȖǕžǠŶȚǍƲƄŴȤǈȚȤǞƯƪŽȚȜǋƪŽǙŽȣȯȶȗȤǒźȤȶ ȆȴȚǞƴŸȯȶȗȤǜžǝƄƪƸƯžƞƉƇƄŽȲƾƓȚǒƯŮ ȿ ȹ ƾƃƃŴ .ǀŻǍƉƴŽǋƸƯŴȠǞƶűǠź ȿ ȚǞƃȿƶƏ ȆǛƷŮƾƬŹȘ ȚǞƃȿƶƏ ȆƾƷŮ ȤƾƄƷƄŴǾŽ ǽ ƾƷƸƴŸ ǀƮźƾƇƵƴŽ ƾƶŽ ƾƷƇƶž ʇȚ ǜž ǀƃƀ ȔƾŻǋǧǈȚ :Ǡǣƾƃȿ ŲȖ ȼ ǝŮ ȳȽ ǋƭƫƁ ȹ ƾƂƸŵǽȶ țǍƪůǽȶ :ȦǋƲƓȚǚƸƍȁȚǠźƿƄżƾƵżȶ .ǛƀȔȚǌƁȘȚǞƃȿƶƏ ȆǛƷſȚǎŲȘ ǚżƺůǽȴȖ ǜƉŲ” Ⱥ ȼ Ƚ ȆȚǌƀȚǞƉƶůǽ ...ȸǞųȖ ȆǠƴǣƾŸȦƾƉŲƼŮȤǞƯƪŽȚȶ ȆƿƴƲŽȚ ȔƾƱƫŮȤǞƯƪŽȚ ȆȲƾƃŽȚǀŲȚȤ .ǗƯƬƁȶȖ ǍȽ ƅƯƁȶȖȱǞųȖ ȿ .ȵǞƯƸȿ Ƭůǽȶ ...ǝŮȚǞƮƱƄŲȚǙŽǌŽ ȆǙůƾƸŲǗƫſǚƳƪƁǘƁǋƫŽȚȶ ȆǟƶƵƸŽȚȱǋƁǞƀǘƁǋƫŽȚ
ȿ 11’ ȝƾƸȿ ŮǍŸʇȚǋƃŸ Ȯ ȴƾƉƴƸƃŽȚǀſƾƇƁȤ
ƞƭƉƴź ȴƾƉƸƃŽȚǀſƾƇƁȤ ȳǾŲǈȚȜǍƀȥƾƁ ȳȃȃȚȵȢȤȶƾƁ ǟŲǍƐȚǛƉƴŮƾƁ ȔȚǋƷƪŽȚǀƵƉŮƾƁ ƿƴƲŽȚȶǚƲƯŽȚȠǞŮǁſȖ ǙƸŽȘǁƲƄŵȚǜžƾƁ ǁſȖǜƁȖ ȰǞƪŽȚǠſǋƀ ȿ ƞƶƑȚǠſƾſȢȖȶ ȿ ǍƸƫŻǚƁǞƭŽȚȸǍƵŸȶ ǙƱƸŶǠƷƄŵȖ ȠȶǍŽȚƿŸȚǋƁ ȴǞſȿȣƻƓȚȠǋƫƁ ȹ ȚǋŹ ǏǣƾƶƳŽȚȦȚǍűȖȬǍƲȽůȶ ǋƁǋűȢǾƸƙȴȣƻů
ȿ Ȯ Ȝǎȿ ƯŽȚ ȔƾƵƸů Ȯ ȴƾƶƑȚǕƃſ ǓƴƉŽȚ
ȱȤƾƷſȖǜžǒƸƱƁȴƾƶƑȚǕƃſ ǙǤȤȖȶǙŽƾƃűǁƲƪŸǛżȵȕ Ǡƃȿ ŲȲǞƭŮȲǞƭƁǙƶŸǋƯƃŽȚ ǠƄƯžȢǁŽǎſȶǠƃƴŻȩƾź ǠƃƴŻǚƄŻȢȚƻƱŽȚǘƪŸ Ǡƃȿ ŲǟƴŸǙŽǋƷƪƁǜžȿǎŽȚȶ Ǚƶž ȹ ƾžǞƁȚǋƯŽȚțǍƄŻȚȚȣȘ ǙƶŸǝƯźȢȖȶǛŽǈȚ ǋǧȖǠƃƴƲŮ ȿ ȴƾžȿǎŽȚȲƾŶƾƵƷž ȴƾƶƯŽȚǘƴƭƶƸŴƾžǞƁ ȴȚǎŲǈȚǝƶžǁǤƾźƿƴƲŽ ȿ ȴƾƳžȶȴƾžȥ ǚżȱǍżǌůȖ ȿ ȴƾžȿǎŽȚƿƴƲſȚǞŽǟȿƄŲȱǍżǌůƺŴ ȴȚǎŲǈȚȵǌƀǋƯƃƶƴź ȴƾƶŲȶƿŲǠźǐƯſȶ ȿ ȴƾƳž ǚżǠźǟƴŸǈȚǟƲƃƁȴȢȤǈȚǛŴȚȶ ȿ ȴƾƉſȚ ǚżǙŽǋƷƪƸŴ ǠǧǾųȘȶ..... Ǡǣƾźȶ ..... Ǡƃȿ ŲǟƴŸ ȴȿ ȢȤȖƾƁ ȴȿ ȢȤȖ ǜƤȚȥȶƾƆƄſƾƯž ȱȤƾƷſȖǜžǒƸƱƁȴƾƶƑȚǕƃſ ǙǤȤȖȶ ǙŽƾƃűǁƲƪŸǛżȵȕ ȴƾƸƉƶŽȚǠſǋƯƃƁǜŽȚǋŮȖ ȴƾžǈȚȩȤȖǙǤȤȖǜŸ ǋŲȖƾƶŻǍȿ ƱƁǜŽ .....ǋƸŮ ȹ ȚǋƁƾƯž ǋůǞŽƾżǟƲƃƶŴ
ȿ Ȯ ȦƾŮǋȿ ŽȚǀȿƸƵŴȤ Ȯ ȴǞŽǞƲƁ ǓƴƉŽȚ
ǚƃƲƄƉƓƾŮǠƴưƄƪůǽȴǞŽǞƲƁ ǠǤƾƓȚǠźǠŻǍưƄƉůǽȶ ȳǞƸŽȚǠſǞż ǀƮƇƴŽȚǠſǞż ȒǠǤƾƓȚǾŮǍǤƾŲȱƾƶƀǚƀǜƳŽ ȒǠůƺƸŴǜƁȖǜžȶ ȒǟƶƃƸŴǗƸż ȒǚƃƲƄƉƓƾŮǍƳźȖǛŽȴȘǍǤƾƑȚǠźǍƳźƺŴ ȼ ƕ ȒȖǋŮȖȴȖǚƃŻǁƸƷƄſȚȴȘ ȆǐƸŸȖ ǛŽ ȼ ȒȸǍƸŹǐƸŸǜŸǛƴƳůǈǐƸŸȖǚƀ ȸǍƸŹǍǤƾŲǗǧǈǐƸŸȖȶȖ
13’ ȸȶƾƵŴǁƯźȤ Ȯ ȝǞƓȚȶǠƃƴżȶƾſȖ
ǠƶƭƯƁǛŽǝȿƶƳŽȶ ȆȝǞƓȚ Ǎȿ ŴǜŸǠŮȖǁŽƺƉź ... ȒƾƶƄƃȿ ŲȖǍƉƈſ ǛŽȶ ȼ ȒȝǞƘ ǛŽ ȼ :ȝǞƓȚǜŸǁŽȔƾƉůƾž ȹ ȚǍƸƅż ȿ ” :ȲƾŻǋƲŽ ȆȹǾƸƴŻȖǋƷůǠƉƱſǁƴƯűǝƶžǀƴƵű ǜƳŽȶ ȆȹƾƯƶƲž ȹ ƾŮȚǞű ǠźǀƁƾƷſȶǀƁȚǋŮȶȯǋƀǝŽ ȔǠŵ ǚż ȿ “.. ƾƶůƾƸŲ ȿ ƿƯƴŽȿ ȚȶȠǍƱŽȚ ȿǽȘȯǍŸȖǛŽ ȹ ƾƂƁǍŮȶ ȹ ƾƭƸƪſȳƾƁȿ ǈȚǙƴůǠźǁƶżǛżȶ Ȯ ǏžƾƒȚȸȢǾƸžǋƸƯŽȷǍżǌŽƾŮǁƯűȤȶ ǀƃƴŸǚƵƇƁȳǞƸŽȚǙŽȣǠźǠŮȖǠſȔƾű ȮȤȶǍƉŽȚȶǗƭƯŽȚȶȴƾƶƑȚȶ ȑȤȶǍƉŽȚȶ ƿƑƾŮƽƴƄƢǠůƾƸŲǁſƾżǋƲź ȿ ȿ ȿ ǛŰ ȿ ȹ ƾƄźƾų ȹ ƾŲƾƃſǁƯƵŴȜƺƆź ȒǀƃƴƯŽȚȵǌƀǠźǋűǞƁȚȣƾž :ǠƉƱſǁŽƺŴ .țǞƲƅȿ ŽȚǜžȢǋŸƾƷƸźȶȴǞƴŽȿ ȚǀƸȿ ƶŮ ȜǍžƾŹȜȢƾƯƉŮȝǍƯŵȶ .“ǍƄƶŸ“ƿƴƳŽȚǠƵŴȖȴȖȝȤ Ǎȿ Żȶ ȆǠŽȸǋŽȚȶǀƁȿ ǋƷŮ ȹ ȚǍƸƅżǁŲǍź .. ǍƸưǧƿƴżǎƱŻ ȿ ȿ ǠźȶǕƸƭžǞƷź ȆǕƸƵƐȚǜž ȹ ƾŮǞƃƇžȴƾż ȆǍƄƶŸǕžǕŮȤȖȝȚǞƶŴȲȚǞŶ ȝȚȣȶ ..ȝƾżǍŲǜžǝŮȳǞƲƁƾƙ ǚƉž ȿ ǜƳŽ Ǚƴůǁſƾż ..țǍƀȶǀƴůƾŻǀǧƾǧǍŮǝƴűƾŸ ǑƴŽȚ ȿ ȆǝƸƴŸǍƄƶŸǛƆƷź Ȇǉƴȿ ƉžǛƸƂŽ ǑŽƾƶƄƸŮǛƇƄŻȚǀƴƸŽ ȿ ȿ ǁųǍǧ .ǚƸƉƁǝžȢȴƾżȶ ȸǋƁƞŮǝƄƴƵŲȶǍƄƶŸǜžǁŮǍƄŻȚ ȆǠůƾƸŲǠźȝǍȿ žǠƄŽȿ ȚȝƾŻȶǈȚƿƯǧȖǜžȝƾƮƇƴŽȿ Ț ȿ .ȝƾžǋƲŽ Ȇ ǠƶŮƾƁ :ȲƾŻȶ ȆǠƶƶƬŲȶǠƱƄżǠŮȖ ǎȿ ƀ ȒȷǍűȚȣƾž :ǠůǞǧǟƴŸƺŮ ȿ ȴȶȢȜƾƸŲǽ :ȴȖǁƶƲƁȖȶ ȆǚƸƴƲŽȚ ȿǽȘȱȤȢȖǽȳǞƸŽȚǟȿƄŲǠȿƶƳŽȶ ȒȝǞƓȚ Ǎȿ ŴȯǍŸȖȴȖȲȶƾŲȖȝǍǧȳǞƸŽȚǙŽȣǌƶž .ȜƾƸŲȴȶȢȝǞžǽȶ ȆȝǞž
ǓƴƉŽȚ ȿ Ȯ ȝƾƱƸƴųƾƶƸƴƸŴ ȮǍŶƾžȳǞƁ
ǕžǋŽȚȲƾŴȶǍƭƓȚȲƾŴ ȴǞƸƯŽȚǜžȶȳǞƸưŽȚǜž ǍƵƐƾż ȔȚǍƵŲȶǀƴƵƇž ȔȚȢǞŴ ǍƪŽȚȶǍƸƒƾŮ ȝǞƓȚȶȜƾƸƇƴŽ ȰȚǍƱŽȚȶ ȔƾƲƴȿ Ž ȔȚȤǞŽȚȶȳƾžȀŽ ǗƸƱƳŽȚȶǍƸƫƃƴŽ ȴǞƶƣȚȶǚŻƾƯƴŽ ȰȤƾƱƓȚȶǠŻǾƵƴŽ ǘƸźǍȿ ŽȚƿƸƃƇƴŽ ǘƁǋƫŽȚǚƸƴƒȚ ȿ ǘƸŻȿ ǍŽȚǠŴƾƲƴŽ ǘƸƄŸǠƃƴŻȱǍůȶǠſǍƆƀ ȢǞűǞŽȚǁƃƃŲȖǙƃƇŮ ȢǞƆƉŽȚǁƴŶȖǠůǾƫŽȶ ȿ .. ȢǞŸǞžǁƉŽƾžǟƴŸǍƃǧǈ ǙŮƾƸŹȲƾŶǋƲŽ ȱȤƾƮƄſȚǁƵƂŴȶ ȱȤƾƶŮǕŽǞžǠƃƴŻȶ ǠƉƸŴƾŲȖȶȸǍŸƾƪžǁŻǍŲȶƾƷůǋŻȶȖ ȢǞƸŻȶȖȳƾƮſǾŮǁƇƃǧȖȶ ǜżƾžǈȚǚżǠźȱȚȤȖǁƇƃǧȖ ǠůȃȚȸȤȢȖǽȶǟſǋŽȚǁƶƳŴ ȿ ǚžƾżȬƾƸǤǀŽƾŲǠźǠſȘ ȿ ǍůƾźǋŽȚǠź ǽȘǠŽȢǞűȶǽȶ ȿ ǍŶƾƓȚƾƶžǞƁȚǌƀȖ ȰȤƾƱƓȚǝƸźȰǍƄźȚȸǌŽȿ Ț ȰȤƾƱƓȚƾƷƁȿ ȖǁŻȤƾźȚȣƾƓȶ Ȓ ǍŶƾžƾƶžǞƁȴƾżȖ .. ǍŶƾžǛǣƾŹǞƀȳȖ
ȿ 11’ ȸȶȚǍƆƪŽȚǠƴŸ Ȯ ǏŮƾƯŽȚȦƾƃȿ Ÿ
ȿ ȢƾƄŸȚȶǝƸƴŸȝȢƾƄŸȚǠƄŽȚǝƉŮǾžǏƃƴƁ ȆǀƂźȚǋŽȚǝƄŵǍźǜžȳǞƁ ǚżǍżƾƃŽȚȠƾƃƫŽȚǠźȦƾƃŸǔƲƸƄƉƁ ǗƲƁ .ȵǋƴűǏžǾůǑƸƵƲŽȚǀƆƉſȖȖǋƃůȶ ȆǞƐȚȜȤȚǍŲ ǋƄƪůƞŲȦƾƃŸƾƷŮǍƯƪƁǀŻǾŸƾƵƷƶƸƃź ȑƾƷƸƴŸ ȿ ȤƾƮƄſǽȚǜžǀŸƾŴǗƫſǋƯŮȶ .ƾƷŮǚƵƯƁǠƄŽȚǀŴȤǋƓȚǟŽȘǝƴȿ ƲƄŴǠƄŽȚǀƴźƾƑȚȚǍƮƄƶžǝƄƸŮȳƾžȖȦƾƃŸ ȿ ȚǍŸƾŵǝƸžǋŻǟƴŸȯǞŻǞŽȚǟƴŸȦƾƃŸǍƃƆƶƁ .ǛƀǞƵƴȿ ƯžȶǀƃƴƭŽȚƾƷŮȦ ǋƳůǋŻȶǀƴ ƵƇžǀƴźƾƑȚțǍƄƲů ȿ ȿ ȿ ȿ ǚżȶȜǍƱŲ ǚƳŮ ȑǌźȚǞƶŽȚȰǍƄƈůǏƵƪŽȚǀƯŵȖȶ ȆȜȤȚǍƑȚ ǋƄƪůȶ ȆǗƲƉŽƾŮƞƱŻȚǞŽȚȦȶȗȤǛƭůǍůȶ Ȇƿƭž ȿ ȿ ǠźǝƄžȥȖǕžǜƳŽȶ ȆȝƾƸǤƾƁȤǛƴƯžȦƾƃŸ .ǐƵƇƲƓȚǎƃƒƾżțƾżȤǜžƾƷƸźƾžȶ ȆȴǍƱŽƾżǀƴźƾƑȚǉƃƫƄź ȹ ƾžȚǍƄŲȚ țǾƭŽȚ ǗƲƁ ǗƫŽȚ ȿ ǝŽǞųȢ ǋƶŸȶ .ǝŴȖȤ Ǡź ȳƾŻȤǈȚ ǍŰƾƶƄůȶ ǚųȚǋƄů ȆǀŻȤƾƑȚ Ǟȿ ƐȚ ȜȤȚǍŲ ȶ ȠƾƃƫŽȚ ȱǍƎȜǋŲȚȶǀŲȶǍžǾźǏƵƪŽȚǀƯŵȖǛƷƸƴŸǁƉŻǋŻȦƾƃŸǚƅžǛƷź ȆǀƴǣƾžȴǞƳůǛƷƄƱŻȶǜƳŽȶ .ǝŽ ǝŴǞƴűȲǾųǀƮƲƸŽȚȳǾŲȖǠźȦƾƃŸǚųǋƁ .ȠƾƃƫŽȚǠźǛƴƯƓȚƾƷƴųȢƾƵżǠŸȶǾŽȚǀƴŲǍžȚǞƴųǋƸź ȔȚǞƷŽȚ ƞŲȶ ȆǝƴƵŸȴƾƳžǟŽȘǝƴƲůȜȤƾƸŴǙƴƄƚȲƾƵŸȖǚűȤǉƃƫƁȴƺŮǛƴƇƁȴƾżƞŲǍưƫŽȚȳƾ Ɓȿ ȖǍżǌƄƁȶ ȆǗƫŽƾŮ ȿ ƾƸȿ ǣȚǞƀǗƸȿ ƳƓȚǝƃƄƳžǠźǏƴƆƁȶ ȆȢȤƾƃŽȚ ȔƾƓȚǜžȦƺżȶȜǞƷƲŽȚȴƾƆƶƱŮȜǍƸůǍƳƉŽȚȵǍƮƄƶůƿƄƳƓȚǟŽȘǚƫƁ ȔƾƷƄſȚȦǍűȬǍŻǕžǠƷƄƶƁȦƾƃŸǛƴŲǜƳŽȶ .ȵȔƾžțǍƪƁȶ ȆǝůǞƷŻǠƉƄƇƁȶ ȴȃȚǏƵƪŽȚ .ǠŴȤǋƓȚȳȚȶǋŽȚ ȿ ȿ .ȳȶǋƲŽȚǘƁǍŶǜŸǀŮǞƯǧ ǚƲůǽǠƄŽȚȜȢǞƯŽȚǘƁǍŶƾŻƾŵǝƄƸŮǟŽȘǕűǍƁ ȆƾƷůȶȤȣǁƴǧȶǋŻȶ ȔƾƵƉŽȚǓŴȶǠź .ǘƸƵŸȝƾƃŴǠźǚųǋƁȶ ȆȦǞƴƐȚǀźǍŹǀƁȶȚȥǠź ȔȚǍƬųǀƳƁȤȖǟƴŸǏƴƆƁȶ ȆǝƄƸŮǚųǋƁȶ
11’ ǍƸȿ ưƫŽȚ Ǡž ȿ Ȯ ǛŽǈȚȤȚǋű ȳǽǛƸžǗŽȖ ȯȶǍƑȚǁƴȿ Ż ǠſƾƯƓȚȝȢǋƯů ȿ ȴƾƄƵƴżǁƸƲŮȶ ǚžȖȶǛŽȖ ȴȚȶǋƯŽȚȜȤƾƄŴƾƵƷƸƴŸǁŽǋŴȖȴƾƸƶƯž ȔȚȢǞŴȜȤƾƄŴ ǁƸƱųȖǀƲƸƲŲ ǁƴƵƀȖƾƁƾƇǤȶ ǀżǍƯƓȚǀŲƾŴǠźȜǋƸŲȶǁżǍů ǀƴƷŴǀƉƁǍź ȢƾŲǗƸŴ ƾƷƸƴŸǒƲſȚ ƾƷůȔȚǍŮǍžȢ ȿ ƾƷƸźȦƾƉŲȁȚȰȿǎž ƾƷžȢǜžțǍŵȶ ȸǍƆŲǚǧƾź ƞƱƫſƾƶŮǞƴŻǛƉŻ ȿ ǋŲȚȶǋƉű ȵȗƾƬŸȖȝǍŰƾƶů ȵȗȚǎűȖǁȿƄƪů ȡǍƫſȳȖ ȆǠƳƃſȖ ƾƶƴųȚȢǍƆƱƄƁǛŽǈȚǚƯƍȳȖ ȿ ȒȷǍƁǜžǚƀǜƳŽȶ ȒǕƵƉƁǜžǚƀ ȴȚȣȃȚƾƷƶŸǁƃƆŲƾƶůƾųǍǧ ƞƷǣƾůǟƲƃſȳȖȢǞƯƶŴǚƀ ȴƾƸƉƶŽȚǍƇŮǠź ȒȷȶƺžǜžǙŽƾƶƀǚƀ ȒȟǍƈžǜžǙŽƾƶƀǚƀ ȠǍƭƁȲȚƻŴ țƾƆƁǜŽ ǚǣƾƉŽȚǟƲƃƁ ȹ ȚǍǣƾŲȶ ǋƁǋűǜžȢǞƯƁȶ ...ǜŶȶǾŮƾƵƸƄƁ
11’ ǜƁȢƾƇžȰȤƾŮ Ȯ ȱǍƳŽȚ
ǜž ȜǋƁǍź ǀƇǣȚȤ ǙƸŻǾů ȆǀƵǣȚǋŽȚ ƾƷƄƁǞƸŲȶ ƾƷƄƁǞƱƯŮ ȱǍƳŽȚ ǙƸŻǾů țǞƶƐȚ Ǎƭŵ ǙƷűȶ ǛƵƸů ȿ ƾžǋƶŸ ȳǋƲƄŽȚǠźǀƇžƾűǀƃŹȤǙƁǋŽȴǞƳƄŽȢȶȤƾƃŽȚǀƇǣȚȤǜžǘƃƯŮǀűǎƄƛȴǞŮƾƭŽȚȶǋƸƵƐȚǀƇǣȚȤǠƀȶǽȖ ȆƾƷŸǞſ ǁſȚǙŴȖȤǕźȤȚ” ƾƷƸƴŸțǞƄƳžȜǍƸƃżǀŲǞŽǙƸŻǾůǀƶƁǋƓȚȲǞųȢǋƶŸ .ǀƵƸƮƯŽȚǀƶƁǋƓȚȵǌƀǍŴȯƾƪƄżȚȶ ǛŽǞŽǟȿƄŲȤȚǍƲƄŴǽȚȶȴƾžǈƾŮȤǞƯƪŽȚǙƸƭƯƁȸǌŽȚȴƾƳƓȚǀƸȿ ŽƾƵűǀƮƇƴŽȚȵǌƀǠźȱȤǋƄź “ȱǍƳŽȚǠź ǛŽƾƯƓȚƞŮƾžǕƵƐƾŮƾƀȢȚǍƱſȚƿƃƉŮǙŽȣȶȨƾųǘſȶȤǝŽǀƶƁǋƓȚ ȔƾƇſȖǠźȲǞȿ ƆƄŽȚȶ .ǀƶƁǋƓȚȵǌƀǚƀȖǜžǜƳů ǀƸȿ ƶƁǋŽȚǛŽƾƯƓȚȶȲȶǋŽȚǗƴƄƈžǜžȴǞƇǣƾƉŽȚƾƷƸŽȘǠůƺƁǠƄŽȚǀƈžƾƪŽȚȱǍƳŽȚǀƯƴƲżǀƚǋƲŽȚǀ Ƹȿ ƈƁȤƾƄŽȚ ȿ ȆǀŰȤƾŲǜŮǋƁȥȶƿŽƾŶǠŮȖǜŮǍƱƯű :ǀŮƾƇ ƫƴŽǀ Ƹ ƶƁǋŽȚȝƾžƾƲƓƾżǀ ƵƷƓȚ ȝȢȤȖȚȣȘƾžȖ ȿ .ȠǞſ ǠƃƶŽȚȳƾƲƵżȶ ȿ ȿ ȿ ȿ ȿ ȿ ȴƾƳƵƴŽǁƴǧȶǋƲƴź ȆǕŴȚȶǚƳƪŮ ȔȚǍƇƫŽȚȤƾƪƄſȚȶǀƲƭƶƓȚǀƸźȚǍŹǞƚǋŽȚǍƮſǀŮǾƒȚǀƯƸƃ ƭŽƾŮȬƾƄƵƄŴǽȚ ȿ ǠźǀƶųƾƉŽȚȵƾƸƓȚǕƸŮƾƶƁǟŽȘțƾƀǌŽȚȶȚǁ Ƹȿ ƓȚǍƇƃŽȚǠźǀŲǞƴƵƴŽțǍŻǈȚ Ǟȿ ƐƾŮȬƾƄƵƄŴǽȚǙƸƴŸȶ !ƿŴƾƶƓȚ ȿ .ȢƾƵŲǜŮȸȢȚȶ ǐƀǋƄŴȶ ȆȢǞƷƪƓȚƾƷǣƾƭŸȶƾƷžǍƳŮǙŽǝžǋƲƄŽǀƶƁǋƓȚȵǌƀǀƃƯűǠźƾžǒƯŮǙŽȣ ǚż ǟŽȘǀƶŴǗŽȖȲƾƸƒȚǙŮƿƀǌƸŴȶ ȑȹƾƱƸǤƾƷƴƀȖǟƴŸǙŽȶǎſǋƶŸƿƸŲǍƄŽȚȜȤȚǍŲȶȲƾƃƲƄŴǽȚȜȶƾƱƇŮǍƅżȖ .ȱǍƳŽƾż ȜǋƴŮ Ǡź ƾƷƶŸ ȔƾƶưƄŴǽȚ ǚƸƇƄƉƁ ǠƄŽȚ ǀƸƵƪƶŽȚ șȢƾƃƓȚȶ ǀƴƸǧǈȚ ǀƸŮǍƯŽȚ ǛƸƲŽȚ ǂƸŲ ȔȚȤǞŽȚ ƉƵƄŽȚȶǍƈƱŽȚȶ ȤƾƇŮȁȚǟŽȘȱǞŸȢȖǠƶȿſƼźǘƴƭƶƓȚȚǌƀǜžȶ .ǚƸǧǈȚ ǠżǍƳŽȚǛƸŵǜžǠƀǚǧǈƾŮȥȚǎƄŸǽȚȶǙ ȿ ȿ .(ȱǍƳŽȚ) ǊƁȤƾȿƄŽȚǍƇŮǟŽȘƾƶƯž
12’ ǍžƾŸǜƁǋȿ ŽȚȤǞſ Ȯ ƿƄƳůȴȖ ǋȿ Ůǽ
ƿƄƳůȴȖǋŮǽ... ȝƾƶƯŶǚƵƄƎ ȳȿ ȖǀưƴŽȚȴȘ .ȩƾƸƃŽȚȵǞƪƄŽȚȹǍƃŲǚƸƉƄźǙůƾƇƱǧȩƾƸŮǟƴŸǠƵƴŻȥǍŹȖȷǍųȖ Ȝȹ ǍžȚǌſƺƀ ǜƁȖǜž .ǀƁǞƸſȢȝȚǞƷŵǟŽȘȳǈȚȵǌƀǚƬźƾƶƸƉſǋŻƾƶƄƀƾƱƄŮƾƶƳŽȶ ȆƾƷůƾƇƱǧƞŮƾſȤȚǍŴȖƽƃȿ ƈƄŽǍűƾƶƒȚ ǍǣƾƭŽȚǙƴƀǋŻȶ ȆǚŻȖǽȶǍƅżȖǽǛŽȖ ȔȚȤȶ ǛŽȖ Ⱥ .ǍƪƃŽȚǜžȸǍƸŹǑƫƲżȶǠƄƫƲż ǀȻ Ɠƻž ǀȻ ƫŻȢǍŴǠźȖǋŮȖ ȜǍƸƫƃŽȚǠźƾȹ ſƾƯžȘǍƮƄƶůǍŶȚǞųƾƶŽǞŲǜžȵȚǍſƾžǚżȶ Ȝȹ ǍŶƾųǙŽƿƄżȖǗƸż .ǠǤƾƓȚȶǜŶǞŽȚǋƸŵƾſƺŮȢǍȿ ưƓȚ -ǍƸŹǽƾƷƃƄżȖȴȖ ȝȤǍŻǙŽǌŽȶƾƶƸƴŸǁƵƯſȖ ǀȺ ƵƯſǀƸŮǍƯŽȚǀưƴŽȚȴȘ .ǍƸŹǽ Ȝȹ ȢǞűǞžǁŽȚȥƾžƾƷſȖƞŮǈǓƲź Ƚ ȿ ǚƵƳůƿƄƳŽȚǀŸȶȤȴȘ .ǟƴűȖǞƀǜžƾƙȤȶȖ ȆǍųȕ ǐƁȶȤȢȤƾƮƄſƾŮ ǀȹ Ưǧƾſ ȔƾƬƸŮǁŲǍŮƾžǍůƾźǋŽȚȝƾƇƱǧȴȖȶ Ȼ ȿ .....ǗƆƁǾźǍƃƑȚƾ žȖ ǀȹ ƇǤƾź Ǎȿ ƉƴŽ ǀȹ ƢƾżƾƷſǞżǠź ȿ ȆǟůǞžȦƾƶŽƾź ȆǛƷżǾƀǋƯŮƾǧǞƫųȶǍƪƃŽȚǀŸȶǍŽ ȹ ....ǙůȚȤƾƫƄſȚȶǙžǽȕƿƄżȚȶƾƵȹ ƴŻǙƉžȖ
13’ ȰȥȚȿǍŽȚǋƃŸǜƁȥ Ȯ ǋƸƯŽȚǍŶȚǞų ȆǀŴȤǋƓȚ ȔƾűȤȖǠź ȔȶǋƷŽȚ ǛŸ ȿ ȆǀŴȤǋƓȚǀŲƾŴǜžǁƱƄųȚȶȝǞƸƃŽȚǠźǀƸȿ ŴƾƵƑȚȝȚǞǧǈȚȝǍƪƄſȚ ȆȦǍƐȚȬǍŻ ǀƸŽƾƯŽȚ ǍƇƃŽȚ ȟȚǞžȖ ȰǞź ȯǞŶȖ ǠƶſȖ ȜǍŸƾŵ ǁƸƃŽȚ ǟŽȘ ȝǋŸ .ȱȤƾƃƓȚ ǟƇǤǈȚ ǋƸŸ ǀƴƭŸ ȆǀƴƭƯŽȚ ƾƷȿſȘ ȆȦƾƶŽȚ ǕƸƵű ȟƾƷƄŮǽȚ ǛƯƁ ȿ ǂƸŲ ȴƾƶƃŽ ǟŽȘ ǁƃƀȣ .ǠſǍƵưů ǠƄŽȚ ȜȢƾƯƉŽȚȶ ǀŲǍƱŽȚ ǜž ǍƸŶƺŴ Ǡƶȿſƺżȶ ǕžǁƃƀȣȴƾƶƃŽǠźȱƾƶƀ ..ȜȢƾƯƉŽȚȶȠǍƓȚǍƪƶůȶȴƾƉſȁȚȠȶȤǐƯƶůǠƄŽȚǀžƾƉƄŮǽȚȵǞűǞŽȚǟƴŸǛƉůǍů ȱƾƶƀ ȔƾƵƉŽȚȶȆ ƾƁƾſǋƸǧǀƶƁǋžȀƚ ȔȶǋƷŽȚȴƾżȶƾƁȤǞŴǟŽȘƾƶƃƀȣƾƀǋƯŮȶ .ȰǞȿ ƉƄŽȚǜżƾžȖǒƯŮƾſȤǎźǠůǍŴȖ .ǟŽƾƯůʇȚǘƴųǀƯƸƃƭŮǚžƺƄŽȚǟŽȚȴƾƉſȁȚǞŸǋůȶƞƯŽȚǍƮſțǌƏǀŮǾƒȚǀƯƸƃƭŽȚȶ ȆȰȤȥǈȚƾƷſǞƴŮǀƸźƾǧ ȿ ȿ ǛŸƾƭƓȚȶ ȆǀŲȚǍŽȚȶ ȔƾųǍƄŴǽȚǟŽȘȴƾƉſȁȚǞŸǋůǠſƾƃƓȚ ǚżǁſƾż .ǚƢǽȶǘƪƶƄƉůǏƱƶŽȚȶ ȆƾƸƲſ ȔȚǞƷŽȚȴƾż ȿ ǙƱƶůǽ ȔȚǍƇƫŽȚǠźǀżǍƇƄƓȚȲƾžǍŽȚǚƅžǞƴƯůȶǒƱƈƶůǛƷƀȚǞźȖȶȴǞƳƇƬƁȶȴǞƭƉƃƄƸźȢȚǍźǈȚǕƵƏ ȿ ȿ ǖƬž ǜŸ ȝƾƃűȚǞŽȚ ǟŽȘ ȝǋŸ ȆȚǍƸųȖȶ .!ǀƴƭƯŽȚ ǚƵűȖ ƾž ȵȕ ȆǠƃƴŻ ǍƸƶů ǀŲǍƱŽȚȶ ǛƷƴȿ žƺůȖ ȝǌųȖ ȆȳƾƯƭŽȚ .ǋƁǋűǜžȸȚǞŻǁƯƵƆƄŴȚǋŻȶȢǞŸȖǠȿƶƳŽȶȆ ǠƄŴȤǋžǠźǕƭƲƶůǽǠƄŽȿ ȚǀƸȿ ŴȤǋƓȚ
11’ ǋƵƇžǠŽƾŴ Ȯ ȜǍƸųǈȚǀƸƶŹǈȚ ȿ
ǜŴǠźȜǍƸưǧǀ Ůȿ ƾŵȢƾƯŴǁſƾż ǛƀǍƸƫžȴǞƷűȚǞƁțǈȚǛƷżǍů ȆǍƸưƫŽȚƾƷƸųȖȶƾƷ žȖǕžǐƸƯůǀƲƀȚǍƓȚ ȿ ȿ ȿ ǛƷůƾſƾƯžǜƳůǛŽȶȜƾƸƑȚȜȤȚǍžȜǍŴǈȚǁŻȚǌź ȑȷǍųȖǀƁǽȶǠźǛƷƶŸ ȹ ȚǋƸƯŮȧƾŸȶ ȆǀƸŴƾƲŽȚȜƾƸƑȚȵǌƀǠź ȿ ȳȿ ǈȚǍƃǧǕžǛƷȿƶƳŽȶ .ǀƴƷŴ ǚżȚȶȥȶƾƏƾƷŲƾƱżȶ ȝȤǍȿ ŻȶǀƁȿ ǞſƾƅŽȚǀƴŲǍƓȚȢƾƯŴǁƷſȖȶ .ȝƾŮǞƯƫŽȚȶȝƾƃƲƯŽȚ ȿ .ƾƷžȖǜžǁſȣƺƄŴȚȶ ȆƾƷƄƃƸƲŲȝ ǋŸȖ ȒȬǾƭƄŴǽȚ ȒǝŮǁƵƪůȴȖǋƁǍůǚƀ .ƾƷƸŮȖȜȤƾƁǎŽƿƀǌůȴȖ ƿŲǞƀȳȖ ȿ ȿ ȿ ȳǋƲůǠƀȶƾƀǋŽȚȶȲǎƶžǟŽȘǁƴǧȶȶ .ȜȢǞƯŽȚǠźǍƸƳƱȿ Ƅ ŽȚƾƀȢȶȚȤǛżȶ ȆƾƷŴȖȤǠźȤȶǋůǀƴƂŴǈȚȝƾƂžȶǁƬžȶ ȿ .ƾƀȔȚȤȶƽƃƄƈƁȸǌŽȿ ȚƾžȯǍƯůȴȖȲȶƾƎȶǝƸƴŸǛƴȿ ƉůƾƷƄƴƯűǀƯŴȚǞŽȚǝƄžƾƉƄŮȚǜƳŽȶ ȆȷǍųȖǍ ȿųƻůȶ ȹǾűȾȤ ȤǍȿ ŮǝȿſȖ ȿǽȘ ȆǝžǞŽȶǝűƾŸȥȘȶǝƸƴŸǑƸưƶƄŽȚƾƷƄŽȶƾƇžǜžǛŹǍȿ ŽȚǟƴƯź ȑǝƄŸȶȤȶȴƾƉſȁȚȚǌƀǀƃƸŶǁƱƪƄżȚ .ȹ ƾƂƸŵƾƷžȖǜžǑƲƄƶƁȴȖȴȶȢǝƱŻȚǞž ȿ ǁŸǍŴȖȶ ȆǟƱƪƄƉƓȚ ǟŽȘ țǈȚ ǚƲƶů ȯƾƯŴȁȚ ȜȤƾƸŴ ȝǋűȶȶ ȆǍƇƃŽȚ ǜž ȳƾƁȿ ǈȚ ǋŲȖ ȜǍƸƷŷ Ǡź ȝȢƾŸ ȿǽȖȝȤǍȿ Żȶ ȆǝƃƇƭƫƄŽ ȤǋƲŽȚƾƷŻƾŴǚƀ .ȜǍƸųǈȚǝƴŲȚǍžǠźǝȿſȖȶȴƾŶǍƉŽƾŮǝƄŮƾǧȘǁźǍŸƾžǋƯŮǝŻȤƾƱů ȿ ȿ ǀƃƯƫŽȚǛƷžƾ Ɓ ȖǜŸǝŰ ǋƎȵǍƁǍŴǀ ź ƾŲǋƶŸǏƴƏǁſƾż .ǝƸŽȘƾƷŮǌűƾƷŻȶǍŸǠźȸǍƆƁȸǌ Žȿ ȚǝžȢ ȴȿ ȖȳȖǝƸŽȘ ȿ ȿ ȿ ȿ ȹ ȿ ǋƎȝȤƾǧ ǙŽȣǜŸƾƷůƾƸŲǚƸǧƾƱů ǚżǜŸǝŰ .ȵȚǍů ǽ Ȗ ǽ ȶƾƇžƾƷƇƉƚǚƸƉůǝŸǞžȢȶǛƷƶŸǚƫƱƶžǞƀȶ ȿ ȿ ǀƃŹǍŮ ǁƉŲȖȶ ǁƳŮȶ ȆȷǍųȖ ȜƾƄƱŮ ǝŶƾƃůȤȚȶ ƾƷŽ ǝƄſƾƸų ǁƱƪƄżȚ ǝŮ ǁƲŰȶ ƾžǋƯŮȶ ȆǝƄƃȿ ŲȖ ȸǌŽȿ Ț țƾƪŽȚ ȿ ȿ ȿ ȴȿ ȖǁƵƴŸȶ ȆƾƷſȚǎŲȖ ǚżǁƸƉſƾƷƶƸŲ .ǝƱƳŮƾƀǍƯŵǋ ŴǞƁǞƀȶƾƷƸŮȖǗƄżǟƴŸƾƷŴȖȤǋƶƉůȴȖǀƇžƾű ȿ Ǜżȶ ȆƾƀǋŽȚȶȤȚǞƆŮ ȔƾƲƃŽȚǟƴŸȝǍȿ ǧȖƾƷȿƶƳŽȶ ȆȢǞƯƄŽȜǋƁǋŸȝȚǍȿ žƾƷžȖƾƷŮǁƴƫȿ ůȚ .ǍƵƄƉůȴȖ ǋŮǽȜƾƸƑȚ ȿ ȿ ȿ ȹ ȢƾƯŴ ǜƳŽǝƓȖȜȚȤȚǋžȲȶƾƇƁȶȩǍƓȚǜž .ȳƾƶƁǟȿ Ƅ ŲǞſƾƸƃŽȚǟƴŸǝŽȯǎƯůǠƀȶ Ǎȿ ƉƁȴƾż Ț ǍƸƅżǛ Ž ƺƄƁȴƾż ȿ ȲȶƾƇƁǞƀȶǀƴƬƱƓȚǝƄƸƶŹȖǞſƾƸƃŽȚǟƴŸǝŽȯǎƯůƾƷƉƱſȝǋűȶǛŽȖǀŮǞſǝůȢȶƾŸƾžǋƶŸȶ ȆǝŮǍƯƪůǁſƾż ȿ .ǝƸƄƱŵǟƴŸǛƉůǍůǀžƾƉƄŮǽȚȶȜǍƸųǈȚǝƄƲƷŵǘƷŵȴȖǂƃŽƾž ǛŰ ȿ ȆǛƉƄƃƁȴȖ ȹ Țǋƀƾű
12’ ȸǞưſȜǎƵŲ Ȯ Ǜƴȿ ƳƄůȜǍƀȥ
ȜǍƁǎű Ǡź ǙȿſȖ ǀƴƸŽ ȝǍƯŵ ǚƀ ȒǙƷűȶ ǛƸŴƾƲů ǍƅƯƃƁȶ ǙůƾƸŲ ǟŽȘ ȬƾƸƬŽȚ ȿ țǍȿ ƉƄƁ ȴȖ ȹ ƾžǞƁ ǁŮǍȿ ű ǚƀ ȿ Ȓ ƾƷſƾƳŴƾƷƶž Ǎȿ źȜȤǞƆƷž ȹ ƾſǎƇžǏƸŽȖ .ǙƄƮƲƁȶǙžǞſǋƶŸǟŴǈȚȬǍȿ ƆƄůȴȖǛŽƻžǞƀǛż ȒȴǞƶƑȚȤǋƫŽȚȶƽźȚ ǋŽȚǜƬƑȚǋƲƄƱůȴȖ ȿ ȿ ! ȔȚǞſǈȚƾƷŮƿƯƴůǛŽǀƳŴƾƵƄžƾƶůǍŴȖǁſƾżȴȖȳǞƁȜǍžƾŹȜȢƾƯŴǠźǐƸƯſǜƇſȶȳƾƁȿ ǈȚǙƴůǚƵűȖƾž ȿ ȆƾƷŽȢȶǋŲǽƾƶŽƾžȕȶǀƯŴȚȶƾƶžǾŲȖ ȆǀƃƸȿ ƭŽȚƾſǋƴŮǍŴȖǛƮƯƵżȲƾƑȚȸȤǞƄƉžƾȿ ƶżƾƶȿƶƳŽȶǀƁȿ ǍŰȜǍŴȖǜƳſǛŽ ȿ Ȯ ȴƾƭƸƪŽȚƾƷƃƸŽƾŴȖǜžǛ ƴȿ ƯƄƁ Ȯ ȜȖǍžȚǠŮȖȯǍŸǋƲź ȆƾƶůƾƸŲǁƃƴŻȶƾƶƄƸſȕȝƺƱƳźǀƱǧƾŸǉƁȤǁƃȿ ƀȴȚǟŽȘ ȿ .ǀſƾƉſȘǝƃŵȶȖǀƵƭƇžǀſƾƉſȘǠ žȖǜžǁƴƯűȶƾƶŮȤȢǠźǟǤǞƱŽȚȝȤƾŰƺź ȿ Ȇƾƶ ȿƲŲǠź ȹ ȚǍƫƲžȝƾŮǠŮƺź ȆǠǣƾƲŵȶǠŴƻŮȢȚȢȥȚȰǍƄŲȚƾƵƴȿ żȶ ȆǠƴųȚǋŮ ȹǾƁǞŶǛŽǈȚǚƸƄźȲȚǎƁǾźȵȕ ǛŰȵȕ ȿ ȿ .ƾƀȤǋǧǟŽȘƾƶƵƬůȶƾƶƸƴŸǍ ƉƇƄůǠƀȶƾƷǣƾƳŮǟƴŸǞƇƫſȶ ȆțǍƬŽƾŮƾƷƸƴŸȸǞƷƁǞƀȶƾƶ žȖȠƾƸǧǟƴŸȳƾƶſ ȿ ȿ ȿ ȿ ȿ ǠźǕƬƁȴȖȴȶȢǝƄƃŲƾǧȶǝůȚǍƱŴȶǝƯƄžǟƴŸǝƲƱƶƁȶ ȆȸǍƷ ƴȿ ƉƄƁǀƸƀǾŽȚǝůƾƸŲǠź ȩƾžǠŮȖȶ ȿ ƪŽȚǝƃůȚȤǛ Ȼ .ʇȚǘƴųǀƸȿ ƲƃżǐƸƯƶŽȜǋŲȚȶǀƵƲŽƾƶƀȚǞźȖ ȆǚžǈȚȜǍƆŵȰȚȤȶȖ Ǎȿ Ʊƫůȶ ȆǙƁǍŷƾſȳƾžȖǀűƾƑȚǕƸŮƾƶƁǘ źȿ ǋƄůȶțǞƴƲŽȚǠźȜȢƾƯƉŽȚȴƾƫŹȖǍ ƉƳƄůȴȖǕƪŮȖƾž ȿ ȿ ȿ ǽǀƀǞȿ ƱŽȚǀƲƸȿ ǤǀűƾűȥǍƯŻǠźǠȿſƺŮǍƯŵȖȶ ȆȴƾžǈƾŮȦƾƉŲȁȚȴȚǋƲźȶȬƾƸƬŽȚȶȴƾžǍƑȚǀŸǞŽǕžǐƸƯůȶ ȿ .ǀƃŲƾŵȝǽƾƸųȶȠƾƃŵȖȢǍȿ ƆžǠžǾŲȖȝǋŹȶ ȆƾƷƯžȸǍƉżȶƾƀǍƉƳŮ ȿǽȘƾƷƶžȟȶǍƒȚǠƶƶƳƚ ȆǛƴƉƄŴȖǜŽǽǁųǍǧȶ ȴƾƚȘǜžȜȶǌűǏƱȿƶŽȚǠźȲȚȥƾƵźǜƁǍųȃȚȸǋƆƄŴȖ ǠžǋŻǟƴŸǀƸŰƾűǕżȤȖǜŽǽ ȿ .țȤǋŽȚǠŽ ȔǠƬƁȤǞȿƶŽȚǑƸƫŮȲȚȥƾƵź ȆǚžǈȚǞƃƈƁǜŽȶǠůƾƸŲǠźǠƬžƺŴ ȆȜȢȚȤȘǜžǀƸȿ ƲŮȶ ȿ
13’ ȴƾŸǍƲŽȚȤȚǞŴ Ȯ ǀȿƸƶžȖ
ǕžǍƸƭůǠƄŽȚȝƾŵȚǍƱŽȚǕžǘƴȿ ŲȖȴȖǁŽȶƾŲ ȆȔƾƸŵǈȚ ȔƾƬƲſȚȶȬǞűǍȿ ŽȚȳǋŸȶȜȢǞŸǾŽȚȖǋƃž ȹ ƾƵǣȚȢǠƶƲƴƲƁ ..ȝƾŵȚǍƱƴŽ ȸǍƇ ȆȤƾƀȥǈȚ Ǎȿ ŴǗƪżǈǛƸƉȿƶŽȚ ȿ ƉŽȚƾƷŮǌűȶ ȿ ȒȢǞƯůǚƀȶ ȒǐƸƯůǜƁȖȶ ȒƿƀǌůǜƁȖ :ȯǍŸǈ ȔȚǎűǈȚȝƾſǞȿ Ƴžȶ ȔƾƸŵǈȚȝȚȤȿ ȣǕžǍƸŶȖȴȖǁƸȿƶƢȶ ȿ ȝƾƷƸƀǜƳŽȶ ȆƾƶůƾƸŲǚƳƪůǠƄŽȚȝƾƮƇƴ Žȿ ȚǜƆŴƾƵƷƯžǕƸƭƄŴȖǀſƾȿſȤǀŸƾŴȶ ȹ ƾƸȿ ƃƀȣ ƾȿ ƫƱŻ ȴȿ ȖǞŽǁƸȿƶƢ .ǕƸƭƄŴȖȴȖ ƾƶůȚȤƾƆŵȶǠůǞųȘȝƾƳƇǤȶǠŮȖȝǞǧȶǠžȖ ȿ ȔȚǋſȶƾƶŸȤƾŵȝƾƸȿ ŶȶƾƶƄƸŮƾƁȚȶȥȶ ȆƾƶŽǞŲƾžǕƸƵű ȴȿ ƺŮǠƶƸƲƁȶǠſƾƚȘ .ȝƾƷƸƀǜƳŽȶǠƶƇƁǍƁƾžǋűȖǠƴȿ ƯŽȳǞƆȿƶŽȚǕžǘƸƴƇȿƄŽȚȲȶƾŲȖ .. ǀƸſƾŰȜǍȿ žȤǍȿ ƳƄůǜŽƾƷƴȿ ż .. ȿ ȿ .ȜȤƾƄƤȚǏƱȿƶŽȚȖǋƷůƾƵƅƁȤǟȿƶƢȖ ǚŷƺŴȶ ȆǠȿƶƵƄŽȚǜŸ ǗżȖǜŽȶ ȆǟȿƶƢȖ
12’ ǠƃŸǎȿ ŽȚǜžƻž Ȯ Ǎƭž
ǛƸưŽȚ ǀŵƾƯůȤȚ ȩȤǈȚ ȴȽ ǎŲ ǀƸżƾƃŽȚ ȔƾƵƉŽȚ ȿ Ǡźǘƴȿ ƎȠȶǍȿ ŽȚȶ ǀƵƍǜƳƉů ƾƷƴűǈȳǞƆƶŽȚȶȤƾǧǚƱƭŽȚ ȿ ǍƬųǈȚǍƆƪŽȚȴȚǞŽƺŮ ȔƾƉƓȚǛŴǍƁ ǉƸƉƱŽȚ ȔƾƬƱŽȚǘſƾƯƁ ȜƾƸƑȚȶǟƪƭŸ ȿ ǠſƾŹǈȚǜƳƉƁȳǾƮŽȚȶ ȶǀƯƸƃƭŽȚǋǣƾƫŻǠź ƾƷǣƾƳŮȶƾƀȢǾƸžǜƳƉƁ ǍƵƲŽȚ ȹ ƾƆǣƾžȚǋƃźǍƭƓȚƾžȖȶ ȿ ǍƭƒȚȦǞŻƾſ ȿȰǋƁ ȿ ȴǞƸƯŽȚƾƀǌźȚǞſǜž ǚƭůȝǞƸƃŽȚȶ ȠǍƱŽȚȶȖȴǎƑȚȯǍƯƁǽ ȢȺ ȤƾŵǠƃƴŻȶ ǀƄžƾǧǀŲǞŽȜƾƸƑȚ ȿ ȜȢǍȿ ƵƄžȝȚǌŽȚȶ ȝǞƓȚȴǾŸȘ ȜƾƸƑȚȴǾŸȘ ǠȿƶžǍƈƉƁȤǋƲŽȚȶ ȔǞƬŽȚǏƃŻǠźȵǞűǞŽȚ ȝƾƵƴƳŽȚǜžȯƾƈſȚȣƾƓ ƾƷƂźȢǜžțǍƷſȚȣƾƓȶ ǕƸƲƫŽȚǟŽȘ ȿ ǚƸƴŽȿ ȚƾƷƁȿ ƺƁ ǁƴƯźƾƵŸȤǌƄƯůǽ ȿ ȵǞűǞŽȚǠƯƱǧȚȲƾžǍȿ ŽȚƾƷƄƁȿ ƺƁȶ ǠƃƴŻǠźǠůȢƾƯŴ ǠƴƲŸǠźȸȤȚǍŴȖȶ ǛƴƉƄŴȖǜŽȶȠǞŮȖǜŽȶ
ǀȮžǋƲƓȚ ȿ ȿ ȆȴȚǋűǞŽȚǚƲƫƁǞƷź ȆǀƁȿ ȢƾƓȚȜƾƸƑȚȜƺŶȶǜžǝŮȣǞƴſȶ ȆǝŻƾźȕǠźǘƴȿ Ƈſȶ ȆǝŽǾŷƺƸȿ ƱƄſȠȶǍȿ ŽȚǀŲȚȶțȢǈȚ ǚƮƁȶ ... ȴƾƉſȁȚǀſǞƶƸżƾƶƸźǔƲƸƄƉƄź ȑƾƶƱŶȚǞŸǍƆƱƁȶ ȆƾƶſƾƸż ǎȿ ƷƁƾƙȤȶ ȿ ȆȬȢȚǞŽȚǐƸƯŽȚȶǚžƺȿ ȿ ƄƴŽǀǧǍźƾƶƇƶƚȶ ȿ țȢǈȚȦƾƶűȖǠźƾƶƄƃƴŶǝŸǋŮȖƾžǕžǐƸƯſǜƇſƾƀȶ ...ǝůȶǌűǜžȝƾƉƃƲŽȚ ȔǠƬůȶ ȆƿƴƲŽȚƺƵŷȸȶǍƁǝȿſȘ ƾƷƸźȚǞƶƭƃƄŴȚǀƸȿ ſȚǋűȶȝƾƉƓǕžȴƾƉſȁȚȳǞƵƷŮȲƾưƪſȚȶ ȆȦƾƉŲȘȶǀźƾƀȤǜžǛƷƁǋŽǛżƾƶƉƓȶ ȆǀŸǞȿ ƶƓȚ :ȲǞƲſǛƷƸŽȘȶ ȆǛƷůȚȶȣ ȿ ..ȔƾƵƉŽȚƞŸǛƳƄŸȤȶ ǛżǋƵŸȶ ȆȔȚǍƵƉŽȚƾƷƄƶƸŶǜžǛƄƴƃ űǋŻ ȆƾƷƃƸŶ .. ȩȤǈȚǍƭŸǛƄſȖ ȿ ȿ ȿ Ȇǀƃȿ ƤȚǛƳƄƱŲ Ƚ ȿ ǚƳź ȑǝǣƾžǜžȚǞƯƴȿ Ƭůȶ ȆǝƯƸŮƾƶƁǜžȚǞƴƷſȚ :țȢǈȚǀƴŲȤǕžȚǞƬžƾź ...ƞƶƸƯŽȚțǋƀȽ ǝŽǛƄƶƳź Ȇȴȿ ȢȤǈȚ Ȕƾž ǝƶžȚǞźǍŹƾź ȆƿƬƶƁǽƞƯžǀźƾƲƅȿ Žƾź ȆȴǞƵƴƯůƾƵżȶ ȆǀƸȿ ſƾƉſȁȚȶǀƁȿ ǍƑȚ ȔƾƬźǠźǀƵƫŮȶ ȆȬȚǋŮȘǀŮǍƏƿƁȢȖ .ȜǍƵƅƓȚǀƸŸȚǞŽȚȝȚȔȚǍƲŽȚǠźƖǍƇŮȖȚȣȘǽȘȿ ȿǘƇŮ ȔƾŮȢȖȚǞſǞƳůǜŽȶ ȆǛƄƯƭƄŴȚƾž ǀƸſȚǋŽȚȵȤƾƵŰǜžǛƳŽțƾŶƾžȚȶȤƾƄųƾź ȆǍƅȽ żǝƸźȴǞŸǋƃƓȚȶ ȆȴƾƳƓȚȶȴƾžȿǎŽȚǍƃŸȵȤȶǌűǀŮȤƾǤ ǠŮǍƯŽȚƾƶŮȢȖȶ ȿ ȿ ȿ ȆȯǞƭƲŽȚ ȚǞǧǍŲȚ ǛŰ ȆȴƾƳžǛżǋƇƁȴȖȴȶȢǀ Ƹȿ ſƾƉſȁȚǞŸǋƃžǝƃƄżƾžǟƴŸȚǞƯƴŶȚȶ ȿ ȿ ȿ .ǀƶƳžǈȚȵǋƎǽȬȚǋŮȁƾź ǘƪŸȸǌŽȚǋƸƯŴȢȤȚȶȢȘǝƲƁǋǧǜŸǐƁȶȤȢȢǞƵƇžǝŽƾŻƾžȚǞƴžƺů ȿ .ǋƁǍƱŽȚǎƸȿ ƵƓȚǛƳŮǞƴŴȖǛƳŽȴǞƳƁȴȖǟƴŸ :ǝŽǀƯƸȿ ŶǜƳůǛŽƾƷȿƶƳŽȶƾƷƄưŽȶǀŮȶǍƯŽȚ ȴƾŻǍƄƱƁȶȴƾƸƲƄƴƁȴƾƵŴȚ ǠŽ ȼ ǛƴŲȖǁƶżƾƵƷƁȿ ƺŮǁƸƉſȴƾƄưŽǠŽȶ ȝȚȢǍƱƓȚǀƯƸȿ ŶǀŮƾƄƳƴŽǀƁǎƸƴƍȘǀưŽǠŽ ȦǋƲŽȚǕž ȔƾƵƉŽȚȤȚǞŲǜžǀưŽǠŽȶ ȿ ǍƃȿƶŽȚǀƸȿ Ƭź ǠƄƴƸƈžǕƸƭůǽƾƷƶƳŽ ǛƷź ȆțȢǈȚǠźȜǍƃųǛƳŽǁſƾżȴȘȶ ȆǕƸƆƪȿƄŽƾŮǛƷƸƴŸȚǞȿƶƬůǾź ȑƾƶƄƃƴŶȝƾŸȚǋŮȘǜžțȤƾƏȵǌƷź ȆǋƯŮȶ ȿ ƃȿ ƲƄƁ ƞŸǋƃƓȚǜŸƾƶŽǟƶŹǾź ȆȴƾƉſȁȚ ȔƾƶŮǠźȴǞżȤƾƪƁ ȔƾŮȢȖǛƷƶžȴǞƳƁȴȖǟƉŸȶ .ǝƸűǞů ǚżǛƳƶžȴǞƴ .ƿżǍȿ ŽȚȴȶȢǞƲƁǜƁǌŽȚ ǏƁǍȿ ŴǞŮȖǗŶƾŸȶȴƾƵƴƉŽȚȴȢƾŵ ȿ
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ǠƃŸȿǎŽȚǜžƻž Ȯ Ǎƭž ȴƾŸǍƳŽȚȤȚǞŴ Ȯ ǀƸȿ ƶžȖ ȸǞưſȜǎƵŲ Ȯ Ǜƴȿ ƳƄůȜǍƀȥ ǋƵƇžǠŽƾŴ Ȯ ȜǍƸųǈȚǀƸƶŹǈȚ ȿ ǍžƾŸǜƁǋŽȚȤǞſ Ȯ ƿƄƳůȴȖ ǋŮǽ ȿ ȿ ȰȥȚǍȿ ŽȚǋƃŸǜƁȥ Ȯ ǋƸƯŽȚǍŶȚǞų ǜƁȢƾƇžȰȤƾŮ Ȯ ȱǍƳŽȚ ǍƸȿ ưƫŽȚ Ǡž ȿ Ȯ ǛŽǈȚȤȚǋű ȿ ȸȶȚǍƆƪŽȚǠƴŸ Ȯ ǏŮƾƯŽȚȦƾƃŸ ǓƴƉŽȚǀŴȤǋž) ȝƾƱƸƴųƾƶƸƴƸŴ Ȯ ǍŶƾžȳǞƁ) ȿ ȸȶƾƵŴǁƯźȤ Ȯ ȝǞƓȚȶǠƃƴżȶƾſȖ ǓƴƉŽȚǀŴȤǋž ) ȦƾŮǋŽȚǀƸƵŴȤ Ȯ ȴǞŽǞƳƁ) ȿ ȿ ǓƴƉŽȚǀŴȤǋž ) ȜȿǎƯŽȚ ȔƾƵƸů Ȯ ȴƾƶƑȚǕƃſ) ȿ ȝƾƸȿ ŮǍŸʇȚǋƃŸ Ȯ ȴƾƉƴƸƃŽȚǀſƾƇƁȤ ȦǞſƾźȴǎƁ Ȯ ȔƾŻǋǧǈȚǀſƾƸų ȝƾƃƸſȣȜȔȚǍŮ Ȯ ǀƁȚǋƃŽȚǁſƾżȶ ǀƪŲȚǍƑȚǀƵƸžȖ Ȯ ȬǞžǋŽȚȝǍƵƷſȚȶ ȿ ǀƴƸżȶȢȤȶ Ȯ ȝƾƄźǽ ȿ ȵǞƴŽȴȚǍƵŸ Ȯ ȔȚǍƱƫŽȚǀžƾƳƓȚ ȿ ǀƴźȚǞȿƶŽȚǋƵƇž Ȯ ȜƾƸƑȚ ȿ
A Word on Al-Majnoonah
shades of orange, vermillion, magenta and lavender. Its hardiness allows it to it from external depredations. Blooming wildly, resilient, beautiful, eccentric and occasionally prickly— these are the contours of our literary and arts journal at King’s Academy, advisor, Mr. John Palmer, the blossoming of Al-Majnoonah is a project of “beautiful madness.” – Meera Viswanathan
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