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Middle-Eastern Winnie The Pooh

By on Jul 10, 2010 in On A Whim | 2 comments

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“Have you seen Body of Lies? Mark Strong’s performance in that film is top-notch!”

“Oh yes, I’ve seen that one. Doesn’t he play the character of Honey Pasha?”

“Erm…he plays the character of Hani Pasha. ‘Hani Pasha’ sounds like name of a badass, high-ranking Jordanian intelligence official. ‘Honey Pasha’, on the other hand, is probably what they call Winnie the Pooh in Middle Eastern countries.”

'Honey' Pasha is on the right in this picture. Demanding hunny from That Guy Who Was In 'The Departed'.


  1. I struggle with a core sentence of your blog, “When one encounters the Living Flame the first experience is not joy and pleasure but pain and discomfort.” I wonder if there is both awe which can inspire worship while at the same time dissonanace of not fulling living into His awesome love and holiness. My struggle may be the meaing of “Living Flame” according to Sain John of the Cross.Gailyn

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