Reaching everyone

As a graduate of Al Jamahiriya schools, I always contemplated the saying painted on the walls of our schools “knowledge is a natural right for everyone” but unfortunately not everyone can access to knowledge in our school. I had an accident back in high school that put me in a wheelchair and so I because it wasn’t equipped for those in my condition. read more

A duel but of another type

Uh, when I started this series of blogs about some of our experiences in Hexa Connection for it’s its sixth anniversary, it originally began to a belief that the majority of our decisions and actions are in one way or another linked to our subconscious, our aspirations and dreams at a young age. Decisions that I did not realize what their background was but today I began to recognize the underlying reason to them. read more

The return of lost confidence.

In our decade, people of my region and other regions are suffering from many social crises that have a political, economic and historical sense. Especially after the democratic change of events after the so-called Arab Spring of 2011. These revolutions carried high hopes and aspirations starting with the freedom to social justice and a prosperous economy. The youth were and are still the fuel to these revolutions and their main engine towards nothing but a better present and future. read more

Six years, already! Wow!

Like any other usual morning and while I was surfing the internet for news from around our mother planet of earth I stopped at a friend’s and coworker’s blog about his journey since we started little and grew up to get to where we are today, his journey with what was once a mere thought a dream, what we called then -and today- Hexa Connection. It is more than a network of people. read more