mercredi 28 septembre 2016

Me, my family and my city

Hello everyone! I'm Ghita Benjeyed, and I'm publishing this blog to present my family and I, but also to speak about my city. Well, I'm a Moroccan girl who was born the 28th of may 2001 in Tangier. I study in a french school in the 10th grade. As you can maybe conclude, I can speak arabic; french and english. Our school schedule is charged so I'm often busy during the week. Fortunately that on the weekend I don't have school and I can meet friends; watch movies; go for shopping...I mean, I can do all what goes through my head to enjoy my freetime! Well; now; I'm going to present my family. So except my mother who is from Mekness, my father; brothers and sisters are from Tangier. In general, my family is such a precious present for me because each member of them is wonderful and I'm so proud about this.
Presently, let's discover Tangier wich is, as I already said, my city. First of all, throughout its history, its exceptionnal location has attracted merchants, artists, vacationers, and all manner of adventurers, becoming a cosmopolitan place, highly, tolerant of diversity. Tangier is such a beautiful city with seducing places... Recently, the city became more welcoming thanks to modernization, tourism projects... Of course, there are educated and civilised Tangiers but unfortunately, it's not the case for everyone of them...For example, there are boys who insult girls if they're wearing shorts...This critical side makes me humble so I don't want to give too much details about this "problem" because I love my country and I dislike saying bad things about it even if they're true... In conclusion, i think that because of the society who doesn' t make too much effort for them, Tangiers and Moroccans in general who live in hard and miserable conditions "lose reason and control" and have "displaced behavior" in result...So the first thing that have to be changed is the education and the knowledge of the concerned people...And I'm sure that if ever this goal is achieved, Morocco will get closer to perfectionism!