You can’t love the sea just by standing on its beach. You must descend into the sea, float in it, be carried by its waves, swallow its saltwater, hurt your feet on its rocky bottom, see its dark depths, and when you return to the beach you will see a different sea than you saw before entering. You will no longer see the beautiful peaceful blue sea after you’ve seen its deep darkness, experienced the cruelty of its rocks and, felt its directed rage. Then you will either hate the sea or love it forever.
For the Syrian family, whenever we think about September, Makdous appears in our minds like an unwritten eating code that this dish should be served for breakfast.
Why I Wrote My Book: “Bed Without a Homeland”
Misophonia is a hypersensitivity to sound, a disease that is not related to the ear but a nervous disorder coming from the brain
What is hephaphobia, what are the causes of this phobia, what are its symptoms, and how to treat it
Everyone was talking about the disadvantages of the coronavirus but did not recognize its positive effects on our lives
Harvest day is an icon of the Syrian countryside summers where people get to know each other and share nature’s bounty along caring, peace, and love.
This week’s VIP.fund news roundup
I came out with 5 major takeaways from our meeting with Ms. Joumana Aljabri’s webinar In Harmony with the Moment: The words we say define us. Key words do not always mean the same thing. To say: “I am a refugee” is different from saying “I am in a refugee situation”....
2019 was the year we began living up to our vision of building a higher education community to support students impacted by conflict. Each month came with a flurry of activities that supported our mission and grew our community. Here are a few highlights of the year:...