Art of Resilience

Creative State of Mind - Hussein Al-Baiaty

March 10, 2021 Hussein Al-Baiaty Season 1 Episode 7
Art of Resilience
Creative State of Mind - Hussein Al-Baiaty
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Art of Resilience
Creative State of Mind - Hussein Al-Baiaty
Mar 10, 2021 Season 1 Episode 7
Hussein Al-Baiaty

Welcome to Episode Seven - Creative State of Mind with your host Hussein Al-Baiaty. 

Inside the struggles of growing up in a Refugee camp was the part where I was a kid. I played, grew up, and kicked around dust while waiting in line for a pair of sandals. From the depths of the refugee camp, I share some emotional parts of how we used to trash bags and turn them into soccer balls to make the time go by. Creativity emerges as an essential component to solve the problem of wanting to play in my early childhood. 

When I was a child in the Refugee camp, my story is similar to what many kids in refugee camps struggle with today. The urge to play is a crucial part of being young and innocent. In sharing deep emotional parts of my story, I hope to build a bridge of what it means to be a refugee. Now that I get to live in the NorthWest, I have made it a mission to shed light on these topics to learn to welcome people or extend a helping hand to people just beyond our reach. 

Visit Refutees.com to support all of our work! 
Host - Hussein Al-Baiaty Producer & Videographer - Alex Pryce

Show Notes

Welcome to Episode Seven - Creative State of Mind with your host Hussein Al-Baiaty. 

Inside the struggles of growing up in a Refugee camp was the part where I was a kid. I played, grew up, and kicked around dust while waiting in line for a pair of sandals. From the depths of the refugee camp, I share some emotional parts of how we used to trash bags and turn them into soccer balls to make the time go by. Creativity emerges as an essential component to solve the problem of wanting to play in my early childhood. 

When I was a child in the Refugee camp, my story is similar to what many kids in refugee camps struggle with today. The urge to play is a crucial part of being young and innocent. In sharing deep emotional parts of my story, I hope to build a bridge of what it means to be a refugee. Now that I get to live in the NorthWest, I have made it a mission to shed light on these topics to learn to welcome people or extend a helping hand to people just beyond our reach. 

Visit Refutees.com to support all of our work! 
Host - Hussein Al-Baiaty Producer & Videographer - Alex Pryce