It is hard to fix everything at once. Help Egypt prioritize well.
To boost the struggling economy, the government emphasized the importance of e-commerce.
Steps will be taken to promote the sector. A local company is poised to pioneer an Uber-like regional bus service. And Google offers free digital training in Arabic.
It is a wise move, God. But so few in Egypt are connected, and internet quality lags far behind world standards.
But honor the effort and multiply the gain. Spread it through society. Internet, and all.
Technology can rapidly transform an economy. It can also rapidly transmit vice. Give wisdom.
But if technology starts with the few, the rain is no respecter of persons.
It comes so infrequently sewers are left long-ignored. There is much else to do.
Yet after two days of downfall, the streets are aflood.
The government has by now cleared most. The president has pledged preventative action. Every few years, the problem repeats.
But even so, Egypt needs rain.
God, let it be your blessing. Pour out your mercy, soak deep your love.
Let not the promise of novelty distract firm foundations. From underneath, drain well the filth.
Cleanse Egypt, God, and fix right her flaws. Make repentance priority, that all may be well.