Quote by King Abdullah II
The Middle East has the highest unemployment percentage of any region in the world we have the largest youth cohort of history coming into the market place that frustration does translate into the political sphere when people are hungry and without jobs.
This quote highlights the significant issue of high unemployment in the Middle East, which is the highest among all regions globally. With a large number of young people entering the job market, this frustration and lack of opportunities can lead to political unrest. When individuals struggle to find employment and deal with hunger and poverty, it becomes more likely for them to express their dissatisfaction through engagement in political activities or movements. This quote sheds light on the interconnectedness between economic challenges, social frustration, and political dynamics in the region.
We should live, my Lesbia, and loveAnd value all the talk of stricterOld men at a single penny.Suns can set and rise again;For us, once our brief light has set,There's one unending night for sleeping.Give me a thousand kisses, then a hundred,Then another thousand, then a second hundred,Then still another thousand, then a hundred;Then, when we've made many thousands,We'll muddle them so as not to knowOr lest some villain overlook usKnowing the total of our kisses.(Translated by Guy Lee)