Tasha’s blog: Amman, Jordan

“Time is relative here, and everything is mish moshkila (no problem).  At home, I am constantly on time, if not early and hate when I’m late.  But here, I don’t mind it.  Because no one else does either.  In some ways it makes it hard to take things seriously, but I think its a good thing to do this sometimes.  Life shouldn’t always be about sticking to the rules, or the plan.  Things happen, and Arab culture is so much more forgiving when life gets in the way.  I am grateful that I am learning how to let the little things go…little by little.”  Read more on Tasha’s blog, as she participates on the CIEE Jordan Language and Culture program:  tashafitts.tumblr.com

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