July 24, 2021

Women World

Nada Nayhi : The unstoppable poetess

Viikass Jolly/ Kaumimarg Bureau | June 18, 2021 08:23 PM


Nada Nayhi is a Moroccan woman who believes in the power of words, her poems captivate
and empower people around the world.
Nada was born on July 3, 1981, in Rabat, Morocco and grew up in a religious family where
faith, honesty, respect, and solidarity know no limits.
She believes that everyone has the same worth, everyone should be treated equally and with
dignity regardless of their situation, religion, gender, age, race, etc.
All humans are descended from Adam and Eve, all people are born equal, and they die
equal.
An avid reader since childhood, she reads books as one would breathe air to feel alive.
Reading connects her to life; it helped her to discover new horizons.
The holy Quran is her favorite book, it gives her complete guidance about life and afterlife.
Nada has a way with words, her passion for poetry makes her one of the most famous poets
on LinkedIn.
She believes that poetry can change the world, and she uses it to inspire people to be their
best.
Instead of learning one skill, she excels in many different ones, diverse skills allow her to
think about a specific problem in a different way.
Nada graduated in management and economics; it was an opportunity to learn about multiple
disciplines.
According to her, management is, above all, a practice where art and science go hand in
hand.


Nada has a strong work ethic; it became part of her DNA, she is not afraid to speak her mind,
confidence is her crown, she walks with firm steps on the path of truth.
She loves fashion, her fascination with clothing began early, she designs her caftans like
she designs her life.
Nada’s childhood was not easy, life can be cruel sometimes…
By 1990, her mother’s health had deteriorated, losing her is a pain that cannot be described
in words. When she is missing her, she remembers how fortunate she was to have a mom
like her.
She said: “I saw her as my sister, my best friend, my confidant, my guide and my refuge…
She was a wonderful mom, she fought until the end.”
She believes that pain is her greatest teacher, she let go of all the memories that held her
back…
Nada created the space in her life for what really matters to break the chains, to overcome
her demons, and grow beyond her limitations. On the other hand, she embraced the
unknown with courage and positivity.
Being the oldest child comes with its perks and its drawbacks, she is always expected to set
the perfect example for her sisters, to be the responsible one… When her mom passed away,
she adjusted and filled the role of the guardian.
Her life is a series of experiences, each one of which makes her vulnerable and strong at
the same time.
Nada thinks outside the box, she embarks on her journey full of possibilities with no limits, no
fear, no excuses.
Her parents, who were both professors, supported girl's education, it is not just about going
to school and getting a degree, it is about replacing an empty mind with an open one.
“When you educate a woman, you educate a generation”.
It is the curiosity that drives her, it is making a difference in the lives of others that motivates
her to never lose hope when life challenges her the most.
Nada leads with humility and respect; she treats everyone equally regardless of position.
She always says that everyone has the potential to be good, everyone has the potential to be
happy, greatness is a state of mind. Just trust yourself and never lower your standards for
anyone.
Nada is a dreamer; she believes that every aspect of life has something magical about it,
magic is everywhere if you know where to look.
After all, what she believes, becomes. All it takes is a leap of faith.
In her opinion, the world is one family, our mission in life is to spread love and peace around
us.
Everyone is ultimately accountable for their actions, it is our moral duty to protect our
environment, to give a needy child a reason to smile and bring communities together to help
break the cycle of poverty.
Nada has a firm belief that “It doesn’t matter how many times you win an award, what counts
is how many lives you have touched”.




Let the silence speak
Be the change you seek

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