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Wejdan Maher

Wejdan Maher
“The unexamined life is not worth living,” (my favorite quote from Socrates). In my life, writing plays the role of those brakes that allow me to pause and look back at events from an encompassing vantage point. I graduated from the American University of Sharjah with a degree in International Studies (and a minor in philosophy) and started my journey of philosophic realizations around the world; in which I also got the chance to learn new languages and live in different contexts as an active participant. I base my lifestyle on concepts of global citizenship and solidarity and dream of being a factor in creating a better world, whichever the means.
The pleasure of having a random conversation with a stranger in an incident of Serendipity; that’s what it first felt like when Sarah Thomas (Kate Beckinsale) and Jonathan Trager (John Cusack) fought over the last pair of gloves they...
It’s indeed the sense of touch that acts like a cable of emotional transmittance between human beings. The movie starts with a statement describing the loss of this interaction; “In LA, nobody touches you. We’re always behind this metal...

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