Majdi Asham-Egypt

Majdi Asham-Egypt


My Name is Majdi Asham I am from Egypt The truth is this is the first time I join this kind of mujawaarah And for me it was a complete coincidence, having received an invitation in the final moment I didn’t really understand the different aspects of the mujaawarah, because we’re used to workshops, but the idea of mujawaarah was slightly new to me. What I found to be unique about my time here is firstly, the state of humanity that existed between people that for me was the depth of the mujawaarah that it provided a space of safety and people spoke about themselves, about their personal lives, their personal stories, most discussions and workshops before this spoke more about ideas and theories. But I think what was most unique about this mujawaarah is that people are starting from their own experience and they see how this can change their lives not merely from a professional aspect or how they deal with certain ideas but rather the path their lives will take after this I believe that the mujawaarah for me on a personal level I think it was a kind of turning of the soil half of which was fertile and half of which was starting to experience a kind of drought So I believe that the mujawaarah helped at least on a personal level to re-examine some ideas, with more feeling, the work that I’m doing in my life The state of beauty that existed between people here, I believe was an important learning not simply the discussions, rather we learned from the state of each other We learned from each other’s love for the group This was very moving to me I feel like I’ll carry this with me for a long time after I return to Egypt But in my personal opinion, this is something very important to continue Even on the level of smaller whirlpools and each area can try to do something like that to spread this philosophy, and I call it a philosophy in learning not merely a theory, rather it is a philosophy of learning and even a philosophy that doesn’t need to be transformed to a ritual in the end but how each person, each group… this is something we have been thinking about a little in the group from Egypt that when we return, we will make several circles of learning in this form that we call liberal liberal learning Of course I’d like to thank all those who hosted this gathering I thank taghmees I thank Munir, who had such a strong impression on the gathering Moreover, I thank each person, by name as an individual, because each had a role in articulating the overall state of humanity that we lived in this mujawaarah Thank you

Author: Kennedi Daugherty

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