On this anniversary, have we walked the path?

The sacrifices of the first generations must have been great, which we will not feel today except through written history and lines here and there.

But the spirits of those generations are looking forward to a future that they actually built by offering all kinds of sacrifices and passing through an era that was not easy or with events that might be bitter.

When we stand at the station and wait for people to wait for the train, it may occur to us, or our thoughts collide on who built this great station? Or we might be preoccupied with people, the train, or the crowds of time without even thinking about it.

Unfortunately, this is how most of us today are busy with the corridors of life without crossing over to browse a book from the past written by great people in our world and our society as they look forward to a bright tomorrow and have laid the foundations and goals that promote our one nation to find the value of the individual within the values ​​of others and fuse them in the crucible of the homeland to be the torch behind which others walk. .

On this day we must remember them and light candles as we meditate and wonder:

Have we accomplished even a small percentage what they aspired to one day?

Did we complete construction and face the challenges as they did?

Any idea throughout the ages goes through pitfalls that may tire it sometimes, but the way is one and continuous until the idea reaches its goals.

Let us build together and face the challenges of this period of the bright history of our country by intensifying hard work and finding appropriate ways that are in line with the spirit of the current era and triumph over the circumstances we are going through.

Long live the homeland, and you as constructive individuals in it.


Janette Alkousa

The pen is her constant friend, and through some of her writings she gained the trust of Mr. Tannous, who saw in her the right person, as he found her cultural distinction and believed that she would complete a thirty-year-old cultural career. As for the principle that it chose to complement it (far from politics, close to home).

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