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Home is where I belong

Updated: Nov 17, 2018

Muslim. Kuwaiti, I love helping people, its part of our Arabness. Family.


Everything! It is where I belong. No one wants to live abroad, but its just because we are forced sometimes and its always the second best option after home.

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