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Gheed El Bizri
Contact Gheed at grind 'at' stanforddaily.com.

Art, meaning and the things in between

"After I decided to read L'Etranger by Albert Camus, the character of Meursault accompany me wherever I go," Gheed El Bizri writes. "I think of his displaced responses, absurd thoughts and psychological detachment from the world around him."

Lighting the way back home

As I lost bonds I thought were meant to last forever, I also reconnected with friends back home to whom I haven’t talked in a long time. Connecting and reconnecting are healing to my heart. I gave myself some time and space to understand that losing and gaining friends was normal. 

Long lost melodies

Now that I am here and my dream came true, miles away from Lebanon, I understand how much I love my country and can’t distract my heart from missing it.
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