What Does Abu Huraira Mean To You
Channel: Moutasem al-Hameedy
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Okay, so our first question chef is, what does that refer me to?
The first word that comes to mind, thinking about Ebola center is brotherhood.
It's a very special type of bond that I find in this place. And it's not easy to grasp and connect to, it's more of a deeper kind of experience in terms of bonding. Another word that comes to mind is home. It's Ebola feels a lot to me, like a base that I can always come back to. It's like,
it's, it's support that I can always, you know, lean on.
It is the true brotherhood that's always there for you.
Another word that really jumps to mind is, is an opportunity, an opportunity, or I say, it's an opportunity to share,
share, whatever you have, whether it's knowledge you want to give,
or even share,
support and help. Whatever skills you have. whatever resources you possess, you can actually there's always a place for giving here. You can support with your with finances, you can support with your hand, your physical strength, you can given your time.
So it's a place for contribution, I would say.
And that's how I think these words capture what a boy means to me. So it is brotherhood, it's a place of belonging.
It's home, in a sense, and it's a place for contribution and, and I would say sacrifice, sacrifice that is combined with you growing, it's an opportunity for you to give and grow.
So this is what I can think of when I you know when when I'm considering or thinking of Ebola virus