F: You grew up in a war zone. Lebanon was at war since you were five all the way to your early twenties. How did the war influence your perception of life and your understanding of death and violence.
A: I cannot but only think that growing up in war zone somehow shaped the way I am and my ideology. Seeing people dying -specially kids- influenced my childhood tremendously. I always used to question why this is happening. What reasons justify such cruelty? Is it really worth it? Am I going to be or any loved ones in the family a victim? I grew up believing in humanity and compassion as my religion in a beautiful country which is unfortunately divided religiously. I learned to enjoy my days as they go by with a smile on my face thinking tomorrow is going to be a beautiful day and things are going to change. I planned to tour the world and started working while simultaneously studying my law degree. I was traveling and visiting the countries that always attracted me as a child whenever I had the chance. This made me realize that we are so alike no matter where we come from and what culture we grew up in. We are all universal manipulated regrettably by politics. I trained myself to give without any reason, love without condition and help as much as I could, learn, grow and share without restriction and talk without bad intention and most of all care for people without any expectation. I simply practice loving kindness towards others without judgment.