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  • Our Hopes for 2019

Our Hopes for 2019

2018 brought plenty of beautiful victories - reunited families, flourishing business, and the welcoming of several shining additions to the GAIA family: both of the infant and coworker variety. As we step into the new year, the gals at GAIA want to engage with the concept of kaizen which means to “continuously improve.” With hearts open and eyes forward, here is what we hope to accomplish this year: 




Buthayna wants to purchase a house this year and also discover how to create more “me time.” A hope that she carries every year is that she will be able to see her family, who, because of the conflict in Syria, are displaced around the world. Tacked onto her previous goals, Buthayna, like the rest of us, wants to exercise more.



With Marzia's growing family, she hopes to find a house this year for her husband and two sweet girls.




 After this year, Huda hopes to be more proficient in English, have radiant health, and add to the happy memories of her family. She also looks forward to hearing good news from her relatives still residing in Syria.




 Feza wants to work even harder to provide for her family in 2019.





Forat wants to apply for her U.S. citizenship this year and she plans on taking the test in August! She also hopes to lean into salam (peace) in 2019 and learn how to be more content with her blessings.





Maria desires good health and to enjoy a beautiful life.






In 2019, Manar hopes that her dream of finally being reunited with her family, after six years, will come true and there will be peace in Syria. She also plans on continuing her education to create more avenues of opportunity in the U.S. 



We hope that your 2019 is filled with love, joy, and peace.


The GAIA Gals

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    Devin McCrary

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