Introduction Youssef Hamza So I’m half Filipino half Lebanese my mom is actually half Spanish half Filipina I was born in Kuwait and lived there for 7 years And came to Lebanon, anyways I want to graduate high school and study dentistry And for now I would love to model as a side or main job, literally my dream job […]
So I’m half Filipino half Lebanese my mom is actually half Spanish half Filipina
I was born in Kuwait and lived there for 7 years
And came to Lebanon, anyways I want to graduate high school and study dentistry
And for now I would love to model as a side or main job, literally my dream job
What inspires you everyday?
My family, they always remind me to keep up the positive vibes every day and to work hard to achieve my goals
What is some words of wisdom you live by?
“You only live once” like for real u gotta discover and live your life to fullest and work hard for your dreams
What is a positive message you would like to give others?
Always chase your dream and do whatever u desire without even hesitating or thinking about other’s opinion you have to secure the bag for your YOU always keep up the positive vibes cause life is like a mirror if you smile it will smile back
What is your ultimate goal in life?
I want to achieve fame and live with my own family happily and be an inspiration to others
How do you feel about the people in our society today?
To be honest I feel bad sometimes that talented people get to live in a closed minded society we need to raise awareness such a cruel and harsh world to live in TBH
Last question how do you feel about life and what are some changes you took to get there?
If I look back into my past then I was born in a rich family but things happened to my father, and we had to face some financial issues which led us to traveling back to Lebanon. My father is most optimistic and great believer of god and my mother is most understanding in nature and great believer of god even more than my father. My brother and I are the only kids to em. Actually what happened to me is that our family never settled down until I was 17 years after coming back to Lebanon. So we had shifted different houses and even my schools. I was in search of comfortable and somewhat luxurious life and still I’m. But if I observe life in philosophical way then I could say – IT ALWAYS CONTINUES. And success is only an illusion of our mind. My parents are so supportive to me to such extent that despite having troubles in their life they’re giving me the life I want. What happened is that I took a huge change and looking at life from a different perspective. Which is always keeping up the positive vibe and working hard for your passion which will open more ways and giving chances for you achieving your own dreams