Mission accomplished!

It was a life time mission and on personal level the summer in Bosnia was one of the best summers I have ever had.  In this post I tried to conclude my thoughts, goals and achievements through all the trip phases as follows: Pre-arrival thoughts and goals: thoughts~ -I thought Sarajevo has one ...

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Family # 3

Being hesitant while I was in Denver when I was asked to decide on my internship is normal but never thought the healthy aging center in a post-conlfict country would have been that much fun.  I prioritized the other three options over this center but my destiny was decided to ...

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Full moon is rising*

BiH is the only place in Europe, maybe in the world, that has hosted and welcomed repeatedly for centuries all ethnicities despite any kind of differences.  Wars have been severely damaging but the country survives every time by its dedicated people who sacrificed looking for the best of the coming.  ...

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Silent Graves’ Memories (3)

Never thought while I was in the States reading about the Bosnian war in the nineties that it would have been much more painful in reality than just reading or listening about it.  First breaking I have had when the crowd was walking silently down the hills to Potocari memorial ...

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Silent Graves’ Memories (2)

From the first time I heard about the Peace March while I was Denver, I wanted eagerly to participate no matter what the outcomes are.  So, after spending a sad day in Srebrenica, my friends and I headed to the camp where we will catch up on the second day ...

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Silent Graves’ Memories (1)

On the way to Srebrenica, I have felt myself being in a heaven or even a paradise observing the amazing vivid portraits of the mother nature on everything my eyes’ grasps.  Bosnian drivers usually are efficiently good but hazardous and scary regardless of the road conditions.  Arriving safely to Srebrenica ...

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Silent Graves’ Memories (1)

On the way to Srebrenica, I have felt myself being in a heaven or even a paradise observing the amazing vivid portraits of the mother nature on everything my eyes’ grasps.  Bosnian drivers usually are efficiently good but hazardous and scary regardless of the road conditions.  Arriving safely to Srebrenica ...

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I hate you Ms. Bosnia!

Well, I hate the bureaucracy by officials and the government in BiH not the lovely kind people where I see their gorgeous smiles everyday.  Dr. Anna and I have been incredibly overwhelmed by my visa issue since I was required to leave BiH.  Carrying a Saudi passport seems a nightmare ...

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I’m in love Ms. Bosnia!

I’ve known Bosnia and especially Sarajevo since I was 8 years old where all the media was talking about the bloody war against powerless civilians who were killed horribly, even I remember quite well old women weeping in the streets with very sad song in the background theme.  All my ...

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I’m in love Ms. Bosnia!

I’ve known Bosnia and especially Sarajevo since I was 8 years old where all the media was talking about the bloody war against powerless civilians who were killed horribly, even I remember quite well old women weeping in the streets with very sad song in the background theme.  All my ...

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