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At the time of death and blood where guns voice is the most fluent speaker I have witnessed at firsthand the power of ideas I have seen people kill in the name of them and die defending them I have my bullet proof ideas which I lived for the past twenty months and made me believe that what comes is better than what came beforeIn March 2011 war started in Syria Many students couldnt attend classes because of the circumstances and the location of our university which is 40 kilometers away from Homs As a result I established a studying group at my university At the first I started tutoring three colleagues Day after day our study group enlarged more students joined to learn and others to tutor This study groups work became an everyday event and continued even after I graduated Every time and every semester we had passed exams I saw the smile on faces of both those who contributed and those who got help It is HAPPINESS and FAIRNESSIt was the Fall semester of my fourth year in 2011 Winter was frigid and it was raining all the time that year We had no fuel no electricity for twelve hours a day and scarce gas for cooking in Homs I wasnt able to abandon my dreams and let my professors and parents down That is why for five months I kept studying hard and scoring the highest marks in my class despite the dismal conditions It is LOVE and SUCCESS0500 AM 3rd February 2012 Homs was witnessing the situation of a real war My family displaced to Damascus I could not afford to stay at the dorm since we lost a great portion of our income and exhausted our savings I had two options to postpone my education or to travel by bus for three hours on my way to the university in Homs and another three hours to return to Damascus
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