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Hussam Atef Elkhatib

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The author of Moralities for Life: Thoughts and Behaviors Justified. Views himself as a son of this world. Lived an eventful life alongside numerous nations around the globe, which made him impartially identify with everyone. Writing to him is a mere matter of inspiration that he perceives as an immense blessing. Dr. Elkhatib is also a poet whose inspiration derives from a spiritual life of his own. Worked in several professions in a variety of fields. Academic education comprises of a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Education, MBA, and Ph.D. in Business Administration with a focus in Management.

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Hussam Atef Elkhatib I tried to skip answering this question, but could not do it to save my life. It keeps popping up on my profile.

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I tried to skip answering this question, but could not do it to save my life. It keeps popping up on my profile.

To make a long story short, or rather a bit more interesting, mystery is really a mystery, as in nothing that should be announced, right? It is something that no one knows. But if we were to dig a little deeper into it, then everyone's entire life story can be a mystery. We may also take bits and pieces from that life and turn each piece into a mystery of its own.

What's mysterious are the reasons that provoke someone to do what they do. It is not what they do that's interesting, but the story behind what made them do it. Therefore, the mystery is in how someone looks at things, I thought.

Looking at the phenomenon that way, everyone's life is a mystery that could be a plot for a book. At least, that's how a politician would answer this question, wouldn't you think? Ouch.. I hope you didn't think my answer was a spoiler, did you?

Thank you for your time, seriously. I think I'll love being on goodreads, and I do appreciate it already. Best regards to all, and God bless!(less)
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“Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened.”
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hIpnoticraQs Hi new friend!!



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Sophia Thanks for the friend request, Hussam!


message 11: by Tracey

Tracey (Life and Literature) Thanks so much for the friend invite Hussam!


message 10: by Sandra

Sandra Hi Hussam,
Thanks for the friend-invite! :)


 ♥♥Mari♥♥ Hi, Dr. Elkhatib! Thanks for the friend request! It's very nice to meet you! <3 : )


Candace Dr. Elkhatib,
Thank you for the friend invitation. Welcome to Goodreads.
Happy Reading,
Candace


Selena Hi my new friend


Yodamom Thank you for the friend invitation. I hope that we can talk about books in the future


Majenta Hello, Dr. Hussam! Thank you for contacting me. Welcome to Goodreads, enjoy! Congratulations on your book and how you answered the question about mystery. I hope you are well and having a great week. Happy reading, writing, and everything else. Blessings!

Best wishes from Majenta


message 4: by Steven (last edited Apr 27, 2017 04:16AM)

Steven  Godin Thanks for the friend request Hussam, hope you fulfil your writing ambitions!


Hussam Elkhatib Orient wrote: "Thank you for the friendvite :)"

Orient wrote: "Thank you for the friendvite :)" It is always a pleasure, Orient. Thank you for accepting my friendvite. Wish you the best of luck.


Orient Thank you for the friendvite :)


Hussam Elkhatib You write, you think. You share who you are. Whether it’s an inspiration you had or a research you have conducted, you contributed to humanity with some type of knowledge. On the other hand, you read, you learn. You share what writers thought. You contribute to humanity by enriching your spirit and character. It’s all about knowledge. That’s what people have in common: thoughts. They share it on papers, in media and through their actions. Let’s share what’s good for all regardless of race, color, religion or national origin. People are innately good, so God has said and in him we trust. Let’s care about one another and put all evil aside. Life can be good only if we make it. You know we can, right? Just a glimpse I wanted to share. Thank you for reading. Peace out and God bless!


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