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It feels great to see young talents enthusiastic, passionate, and thoughtful. Hind Abdulmajeed proudly shares with us her latest creation, which she introduces and interprets as follows:

“This painting is about the subject of child abuse. It’s under the name of “Through a Child’s Eye.” the colors stand for the happiness and joy that should be there in a child’s memory about his childhood; and the black lines stand for the hands, people or power that is destroying all what childhood stands for. I hope you like it. Thank you.”

Thank you Hind for always sharing with us your passions, thoughts, and talents 🙂


As promised, Hind Abdulmajeed shares with us one of her beautiful paintings. This painting is about “how ideas can flourish in a person’s mind; how the mind is a fertile space ready for growing ideas and harvesting creations.”


After the beautiful painting she shared with us, Hind Abdulmajeed would like to share another talent that highlights yet another sensitive and deep side of hers; poetry!

Enjoy 🙂

‘At Social House’


In the crowd they were alone,

The world just fell in their hands,

They didn’t care what the world would say,

And they followed their own demands,

With starts like eyes they spoke,

And a smile that was so sincere,

Apple cheek and a charming smile,

Almost had her in tear,

Somebody was calling him but he just couldn’t hear,

She walked by and a hi she said,

He replied but it wasn’t clear,

Their heartbeats could be heard,

From miles away at least,

Sincere and warm the love was, how could you not feel?

Cupid outdid himself this time,

Not even Eros could feel what they feel.


Hind says: "My painting 'Thoughts' represents the ideas and imagination and the million things in the human mind"

Nothing compares to the feeling of a proud person! I am a proud teacher, friend, daughter, sister, mother, and wife…

Let’s start by being a very proud teacher! Check one of my talented student’s creations; 14-year-old Hind Abdelmajeed; an extremely sensitive, creative, and talented Iraqi young lady, who has a great passion for painting, story writing and poetry.
Enjoy! 🙂


    • Chantal Chahine Assaad: I would be a very flattered proud teacher!!! Thanks Elie and welcome home! 😉😊
    • Elie Abd: Today's my first visit to your blog, and by reading this very first post, I feel like I am home already. Few are the bloggers out there that can reall
    • Chantal Chahine Assaad: Thank you Areej! It means the world to me! keep in touch dear <3
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