A middle eastern YouTuber and TV host basically based in Dubai, Haifa Beseisso, has shared a post on her official social media account where she acknowledged and mentioned the importance of the relationship that she shares with her sisters.
The Emirati YouTuber and travel blogger have a prominent online presence known as “Fly with Haifa”, where she posts content from her trips and vacations and shares her travel experience with her fans.
She is currently in Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia, where she met with her sisters and shared the significance of the sisterhood; they communicate with each other. she shared some beautiful photographs in which she is seen bonding with them and sharing sisterhood vibes.
In her recent Facebook post, Haifa Beseisso stated the different things she learned from the sisterhood and her relationship with her sisters.
She added that this year has been a great time for all of us sisters and that she felt their bond on another level. Haifa further noted that she is immensely grateful for their love and deep connection.
At the same time, over and above all that, she pointed out the sharing and compassion of their relationships, where it is tough to see any of them alone and facing problems alone.
Furthermore, in her message of love for her sisters, she stated that it is a very strong bond she feels with her sisters in a group setting.
Haifa shares her emotions and opinion on the importance of bringing people together on the same page, which is only possible if the people involved have a kind and big heart to take such initiative.
The famous YouTuber further said that people should not feed the gossip culture and elevate the issues which could ruin entire scenarios and relationships with their loved ones.
Moreover, Emirati Travel experts stressed the significance of applying ‘Salha’ and the great urgency of being able to communicate it through the hard times with respect and transparency, which takes a lot of maturity and kindness, “we need more of that”, Haifa noted.
In her words, “We are a community, meant to grow together,” she conveyed the importance of unity and compassion with the beloved family members who share tough times and happiness.
In the end, Haifa remembered that “growing up, we all made some mistakes, and it’s beautiful to hold each other in that event”.
Especially if there’s room for listening and improvement.”
she ended her message with a keynote and asked her fellow people, “What are your thoughts of that or things you’ve learnt about sisterhood?”.