Her career was launched from the heart of the Lebanese media to record a significant presence in the major Arab and international media institutions. During the Israeli invasion, she migrated from Lebanon to London.
She was not aware of what the fate of her life had left her, after the death of her two brothers. She moved from the legal world to the world of business and technology from the wide door, clinging to her will and persistence.
Her dance with the dolphins moved her from one state to another, from unhappiness to happiness, from anxiety to being one with her surrounding and environment.
Her own experience took her on a journey of exploration in the state of consciousness and unconsciousness. She published books, gave lectures and classes on the difference between the two states. Those who understand this difference succeed in illuminating their inner selves, going out of the shadow and gaining control of their lives.
A journey of self-search in this episode of “Maa Ricardo Karam” hosts Dr. Micheline Nader.
Pain is real, and so is hope….
Three people, Ghada Hammouda from Egypt, Shirin Yaish from Jordan and George Hatem from Lebanon, had to overcome immense pain before they broke the shackles of grief and set out on the path of hope.
Des quelques 2000 émissions de télévision et de radio réalisées mondialement avec moi, la vôtre compte parmi les meilleures en ce qui concerne la qualité de vos questions et le niveau de notre discussion. Ricardo Karam est mon interlocuteur-intervieweur préféré.
Ricardo’s questions are an exceptional doorway to Lebanon’s soul and mind.
Avec mon amitié et mes remerciements pour une des rares interviews que j’ai pris plaisir à faire