When from Lebanon
Jessica Semaan
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Thank you for the beautiful contrasts in each section! As someone of Lebanese descent I completely understand that bittersweet feeling, but also identified some problems with the romanticization we’re so obsessed with. I’d like to share with you my views on it below:

“We are a people of a past participles. We glorify our beautiful history, yet we don’t bring it forward and use its lessons to empower our youth and decorate our future.”
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