Life is the Hayat, it’s what is life named in Arabic.

To live the best of your life, your Hayat should be meaningful and awesome in your eyes first. It’s Chaymaa, an Egyptian pharmacist and writer. I write about motivation, inspiration, and life success. I hope you find something that makes your day here every time you stop by.

Thank you!

Decisions you make in life are building blocks in your destiny. The more decisions, the more success, and failure you face. Moreover, the harder it gets, the better outcome you will gain.


Don’t panic, don’t lose faith, and don’t give up for any reason. As long as you are breathing and alive, there is hope. The hope of the next moment will take you away from the despair you are immersed in at this moment through a journey to the light.

You will be falling down, times and times until you doubt your ability to move, make sure you are rising again after every fall. Dark nights and bright sunrises will be the guides on your trip. Each night, hold onto hope until the next morning, and you will be alright. Dare to live your best life now!

I love reading and writing about motivation and success. To enjoy life, I’m striving to find out all pleasures inspiring my soul. Let me share nice stuff about that with you.

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      1. Chaymaa says:

        You’re welcome. Sure, you can use them, it’s a pleasure for me! 😊
        Have a nice time!🙌🏻

  2. hearmorefromgod says:

    I often say “Where there is breath, there is life. And where there is life, there’s there is hope.” Sounds similar to your sentence up there. Stay hopeful!

    1. Chaymaa says:

      Yes, your words are very true. It’s hope that is keeping us doing our best. ❤️

  3. R. Arthur Russell says:

    Dear Chaymaa,

    What an amazing website you have! It’s obvious that you’re putting your heart into elevating the world. As I was enjoying my first cup of coffee this morning, I noticed that we had connected on WordPress. The first thing I did was click on the video on the top right of your site. So powerful. Your site is rich with evidence that you want to help all of us. Bless you. I’ll be sharing your site on LinkedIn. Please keep up the tremendous work.
    Sincerely, Art

    1. Chaymaa says:

      Oh thank you so much for your encouraging words. I really appreciate your words. I’m glad you liked the site. You have a great blog! All the best for you. ??

      1. R. Arthur Russell says:

        You’re very welcome, Chaymaa. You are doing amazing work! Please keep inspiring all of us to express the very best within us. Thank you for your kind words about my blog. ??

  4. Oh, the Places We See says:

    Your positive thoughts have come at a good time for me, because right now I need them. Thanks so much for following our travel blog. And for posting such a positive post yourself.

    1. Chaymaa says:

      I’m very happy to hear that. May all your life be filled with positivity and happiness. And, you’re welcome! ?

  5. Geoff Boyce says:

    Thank you for visiting rootandbranches.org
    I love the simplicity of your blog and the inspiration and encouragement within it. It is a great blessing you are offering.
    Would you mind me sharing your work on rootandbranches?

    1. Chaymaa says:

      It’s my pleasure 😊
      Thank you for your words. I’m glad you liked the content.
      Sure, you can share it anytime.
      Have a great day there!

  6. FG Afridi (GG) says:

    The first line ” To live the best of your life…” Don’t give up. #Best_life, #Motivation_&_Succcess. Your blogs are define you as one of the most humble , kind and ambitious human beings. You are getting closer to what you think you need and you would have it. In sha Allah.

  7. chattykerry says:

    We will always be grateful to a lovely Egyptian pharmacist who saved my husband’s life by noting his extraordinarily high blood pressure when we lived in Cairo. Looking forward to reading your blog.

    1. Chaymaa says:

      This is great, I hope he’s doing well now. Thank you so much, have a great day! 😊


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