An Arab woman who was born and raised in Egypt, but after I grew up, I realized that nationality was a figment of our imagination. Who am I? I am a human being who believes that days are chances to do more, serve others, and to downplay attainments. I always believe in the first cosmic covenant which enjoins us to worship, supplicate, and befriend all human beings.

Thankfully, the internet is easily accessible to build up our unbridled world even with anonymity, and to dislodge some fallacies about Arabs, especially women. I have a say, so I hope you will be magnanimous. Thanks for your embrace and time!

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  1. I agree we are all simply human. We are children of the universe. We just happened to be distributed around the world as variety is the spice of life after all, isn’t it? Here’s to living well. Thanks for the follow.

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  2. I am so glad you found your way to my blog, so I could find my way to yours. Your words are achingly authentic and so beautifully expressed! Even though we are far more than our nationalities, as an American/Jewish woman and grandmother, I feel I could learn more about the hearts and minds of my Middle Eastern sisters through your eyes than anything I might hear or read elsewhere. I look forward to your posts.

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  3. I really enjoyed learning more about you and your journey. Your passion for personal growth and self-discovery is evident in your writing and it’s clear that you have a lot of valuable insights to share.


  4. Thank you for sharing your story and your beliefs. It’s inspiring to see someone who is committed to serving others and building up the world through their actions and words. Your perspective on nationality and your commitment to the values of the first cosmic covenant are thought-provoking and remind us of the importance of treating all people with respect and kindness. I appreciate your willingness to use the internet to challenge stereotypes and to share your voice with others. Thank you for your openness and for taking the time to share your thoughts with us.


  5. We can know one another bit by bit and person by person. Thank you for sharing your perspectives. I promise to be open and listen. I am an American woman born and bred in the South which has its own stigma – some good and some bad. Mostly I’m trying to be a good human being.

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  6. Your words are powerful and beautiful as is the woman behind them. Past locations and labels, towards a better understanding of the human existence- “befriend all human beings” as you perfectly put!

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