Palestinian | Muslim | Student | Orange County, California
"Many do not realize until the end that happiness is a choice. They had stayed stuck in old patterns and habits. The so-called ‘comfort’ of familiarity overflowed into their emotions, as well as their physical lives. Fear of change had them pretending to others, and to their selves, that they were content. When deep within, they longed to laugh properly and have silliness in their life again."
I love Starbucks’s Holiday Classics menu. The Pumpkin Spice Latte is too good!
I need to focus and get this personal statement done. The application deadline is in a couple days.
Do not limit your experiences or opportunities to discover yourself. #SelfMotivation
If you think twirling with a stick is easy, think again.
I went with my friend Yasser to a Garba a few days ago. For those of you that aren’t familiar with Garba, its a form of dance that originated in the state of Gujarat in India. When Yasser asked me if I wanted to join him to one hosted by #CSUF I immediately said yes and pictured myself dancing like a Bollywood star. It was nothing like that. Not only was I a horrible dancer and nothing like a star, but I also found Garba to be a differnet type of dance than the familiar Indian dancing most people know of. That being said, it was more of a traditional dance that focused on dancing choreographically in groups rather than free styling.
I was very fortunate to have had the opportunity to be so deeply immersed in the Gujarati culture. I just wish Yasser didn’t tell everyone that my name was Aladdin.
Overall, it was a wonderful experience and I would love to do it again. =]
What I miss most about Amman is waking up early and sharing a cup of coffee with my sister. My sister and I used to encourage each other to get up early and start studying. We would sit down and discuss what material we wanted to finish by the end of the day. It helped us get through tough exam times. She was also always there to lend an ear and listen to me complain about school and the problems I was going through. Even during Towjehy she would stop studying for her important exam to listen to my occasional rants. Looking back I couldn’t be more grateful to have had such an amazing sister. Growing up she was always there for me, whether it was hiding that I broke Mom’s favorite vase to helping me out with school, or simply listening to me when i needed someone to talk to. I never realized how much she meant to me until I had to move thousands of miles away. I still cherish the memories we had together and look forward to the next time we can share a cup of good french roast coffee together.
My Mother is from Beit Hanina and my father is from Abu Falah.
syfufgirlx5 said: i Always Pass By it But Never Drank One lol Im Not Healthy Person Which is i have to start Being Healthy 😁😳
Luckkyy. You should try it its pretty good.