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Fawzia

About Me: 

My name is Fawzia and I am 24 years old, I was named after my grandma. My name is an OLD one, I didn't like it when I was child; I used to say Fufu instead of Fawzia! but now I LOVE my name; " Fawz " is the root of my name and it means "to win" and the adjective of it is Fawzia which means "the winner".
I have got my bachelor degree in English literature, as major, and Journalism & Mass Media, as minor. I am working as a secretary at Jordan University of Science and Technology, one of the prestigious universities in Jordan. reading and writing are my developing interests. I always believed that "schools give knowledge but life gives understanding", and I am still a student in the school of life where I use my knowledge to uderstand it day after day.
I listen to my inner voice every night when I go to sleep, and I talk to my self, sometimes I used to stand in front of mirror and talk to myself, or to write (with my finger) on walls, my body and most the time on air! wherever and whenever there is something in my mind, but now it is the time to share others what I have and communicate with all people, and women, in all over the world, it is the time to write not on air but on papers, and here in my Journal... I will talk and write with the voice of Love, Peace and Respect that I have for all.

My Challenges: 
Seeking the truth and facing troubles that comes with it.
My Vision for the Future: 
Successful Leader
My Areas of Expertise: 
Office management & Secretarial Skills and Communication Skills. Typing. and attended NLP course level 1
My Languages: 
Arabic, English

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