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Lebanon: “Live For The Moment” Attitude?

“The only thing that came to my mind is how can we be labelled as people who live for the moment, while at the age of 22-23, the young Lebanese is compelled to think about buying an overly expensive house which he/she has to pay in installments for, for 20 or 30 years, and that is in order to secure their future with a future partner,” writes Liliane as she questions the conclusions of this video by CNN which highlights Lebanese nightlife and claims a Lebanese “live for the moment” attitude.

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