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Diversity in the Warmth of your Home.

The concept of diversity has been a need for humanity since the ancient times, humans are always in seek of exploring change and difference, be it a new culture, a way of life or even the existence of an extraterrestrial life form, but the latter...

We are Millennials

“Millennial” is a term that contains a vast range of all kinds of people, but unites us in one aspect; we were all born in-between 1977 and 2000. People may differ on the exact year a person must be born to be called a millennial,...

A Moroccan Dream

  The smell of freshly baked bread and the melodic sounds of Quran verses were my morning alarm this summer. Looking outside of the window of my room in Rabat, my sleepy eyes faced the warm smile of my neighbour Khadija preparing msemen (Moroccan pancake). Every...

When Jordan tells its secrets

When people ask me what I did this summer and I tell them about my internship in Jordan, most people tend to react shocked. Why would you go to Jordan ? Isn’t it too dangerous with wars going on right now ? What about the strict rules...

All those who wander, learn

Have you ever gone through an experience so complex and impactful that your words never seem to do it justice? After I returned to Canada, I struggled to answer questions like “What was the best part of Morocco?” or “What are Moroccan people like?” Two...

Stranger’s kindness

My experience in Italy started on 20 June 2015. It was the first Ramadan that I had to spend away from my family. I thought It will be hard, but actually It was very manageable. But then, at near the end of the project, events...

Good friends, and troubled times

I arrived to Tunisia on Saturday June 27th at 10:30 in the morning: two days only after the terrorist attack.   Two representative from Aiesec Bardo were waiting for me in the Airport. I changed some euros and acquired a Tunisian phone number.  First thing I had...

I will not let my schooling interfere with my education

Mark Twain has stated it with purpose : ‘Never let your schooling interfere with your education.’ Never let those rigid day-course hours frame your creativity. Your contribution to the world does never have to fit in a certain schedule. From 8 to 12, then 2 to 6....

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