Sorry to tell you that I'm busy these days as the charity participates in several festivals for Palestinian National Products and we don't have a real time for such interviews. Anyway, We are interested in having you with us soon but you have to be patient .. Thanks for understanding Delete Comment.
Thanks for your kind advice and encouragement, I am really happy that you could talk to me in that manner, even though I might have offended you the way I presented my comment to you. I am sorry for any inconveniences my messages might have cause to you but the fact still remains that you are beautiful and the kind of lady that any man would want to have as a wife.
Well, I would like to take it easy with you, may be you can tell me about the peace and what is expected of me as a peace member.
Well, long time ago a Syrian Jew or Christian was a Syrian with the Christian or Jewish faith but spoke Arabic and part of their culture was the Arabic culture, and they were proud to write in Arabic and speak it. People have forgotten that. Now, people think of them having nothing to do with Arabic, but they did. One of my good friends, his father is a Syrian Jew, we had a long conversation in Arabic . He spoke with a Syrian accent. He lived most of his youth in Israel, but he could still speak it well. It depends on how wants to see it. For me, Syrian Jews are Arabs, especially those still in Syria.
To say that you posess the "spirit of woman" is saying that a love of life a passion to bring life and compassion for those who live is evident within you but the "spirit of woman", like you is more than that and not necessarily spiritual it is in the way you view life for ones views are without a doubt the compas by which they navigate.
Squawannit (skwa-wan-nit) is the word from the Wampanoag people (people of the morning light) Native American Indians that means "Spirit Of Woman" I believ you posess more than most the very spirit that is woman I named my youngest daughter Natane (nah-tahnee) which comes from my Arapaho cousins that means "Female Child" and I hope with all my heart that she too comes to posess Squawannit as you do to be strong educated and of purpose.