Vol. 6 No. 6 (2011): Scientific Journal Referee Issue: 6
My children's complaint about repeating breakfast before they go to school caught my attention, where they repeat
Separately, “every day this is food.. I wonder if they are right about that!! Let’s stop for a while at their simple, spontaneous phrases, and see if they carry a specific meaning or if they are the repetition of childish complaints that breakfast is the first meal of the day, and its repetition On a daily basis, it has special meanings, connotations, and results.One of its meanings is that your day has no meaning, and that everything you will find or tell in your day will not be new or you have no opinion about it, so accept it as it is without complaining, because your complaining has no meaning and nothing will change the matter. .
As for the indications, it indicates that there is a hidden hand that works against the cosmic norms that do not stand or be upright except on the basis of diversity, multiplicity and difference. As for the absence of diversity, multiplicity, and difference, it only brings corruption and corruption, or in a more precise and specific sense, it only brings death. As for what results from the repetition of breakfast, it is the loss of desire to eat, and the compulsion to eat food that he does not like and does not want to eat sends various messages to the brain, the outcome of these messages is the lack of benefit from the food ingredients, if any, and all of this results in the loss of the real desire to contribute to the activities daily, everything is known, and everything is expected, so what can happen!!.
It seems that our children and youth in the Arab world are fed up with the obligatory meal of abstinence, and they decided to choose it themselves, not for others to impose it on them, albeit out of love. No stereotyping, no stagnation, but diversity and difference without disagreement.
This issue of our magazine is full of this diversity and difference. It includes politics, law, education, and culture. The reader in general, and the researcher in particular, will find in it what enriches his knowledge and enhances his desire for change and launching into broad scientific horizons.