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I am a young man, full of life and great ambitions. nothing can go beyond simplicity. I have this propensity of meeting people from all over the world from my childhood hours.I like sharing discussions about culture with all its aspects.I would like to contribute,at least as much as I can, to change the kind of hatred and abhorence that govern our world today. I am eager to meet people from different religious, ethenic,racial and linguistic backgrounds; with different attitudes and ways of thinking about life trying to find a way to a peaceful co-existence. I am also a poet/writer who depicts frequently the kind of experiences that he had in every city i passed by during my educational career.
I believe in the myth of the global village, only if we respect the differences between cultures is that what makes us human. I am sure that life on earth will be better if we base ourselves on our humanity.
The flash of the moon enters the room to the extent of the opening, even though its light is spreading everywhere, from east to west.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Being an active member in the comunity of CouchSurfing. is an honor and a responsibility at the same time. And be able to use the knowledge, hosting, giving time for other, get to know each other, the ability to open heart and mind. this is the message and this is the mission that we are all responsible to transmit, share and keep.
The fact of being a member of CS. I pledge to do my best to give a positive image which represents the idea itself. this is indeed all about traveling , see the world, meet other peoples, cultures, nature ...
And host and be hosted by people we don't know only through the CS site. And the most important thing is to get this humanity within ourselves. this humanity that connects us, binds us and makes us dream of a livable world.
Biensur, I hosted several CouchSurfers and even outside CS community, regardless of their nationalities, genders, ideologies, religions ...
Qeraz is currently teaching French. Qeraz devotes himself to creative writing and translation and he focuses lately on poetry and journalistic articles. A number of his poems have been published in Danse Macabre du Jour and Big Bridge Magazine and Poesie Francaise. Qeraz has also participated in100 Thousand Poets for Change event in Agadir, Morocco. He has also written several articles which depict the current political and socio-economic situation in his homeland, Morocco. "The Evil of Being Maritime in Morocco" (2012), "Animal Propaganda" (2010), "the Democratic Machine and Maslow" (2010), "The Peoples' Interiority and the Arab Leaders' Exteriority" (2011) are being now considered for publication in different national and international journals. Qeraz is also deeply infatuated with local folklore and popular music. He is currently adding the last touches to his first collection of poems Posthumous Tattoos.
Music, Movies, and Books
I am open to everything new in the world regardless of the root and styl. but I worship unlimitedly ; Bleuse Jazz Classical French classical music. I'am also passionate about photography.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
To be born a Muslim, be placed where I am at present. my country Morocco. this country full of history, cultures and love sharing with other people. well after my travels hate-off to the surprising generosity of people with basic needs to unimaginable levels.
Teach, Learn, Share
Everything is communication. it is the key to all success. must be open to others, accepting criticism with an open heart, never underestimate someone, always be able to give help to others, a humanist finally in your heart and actions.
Countries I’ve Visited
Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, England, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Norway, Poland, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine
Countries I’ve Lived In