Si Lemhaf – Ensenon sa3id سي لمهف – إنسانٌ سعيد (ft Sadrumet au Violon)

The snowball effect describes what happens when something small or insignificant gains momentum and quickly becomes large and more significant. The most common analogy used in this situation is when a small snowball rolls down a hill, gaining not only speed but also surface area. The results of this effect can be either positive or negative, depending on the nature of the particular scenario.