- By Ninos Sawa
It’s a sad feeling when you leave your home. I have left my home only physically. My heart and mind are still in Syria.
I miss my college, friends, and the house I grew up in. I hope it hasn’t been destroyed or bombed. I don’t have any information about it now.
THE REFUGEE EXPERIENCE
Refugees need to...
As a teacher, I have always asked myself what sets us apart from other professions. Is it possible to 'leave' our work at work and not to bring it into our private lives? How not to get involved and treat it just as 'work'? To tell you the truth, it’s not possible!
No matter how much we try, we DO...