Honesty in love, trust, family and death

Honesty in love, trust, family and death

Reem and Wissam Brady with Anas Bukhash face the truth of life


Saturday – 13 Shawwal 1443 AH – 14 May 2022 AD Issue No. [
15873]


Anas Bukhash, media player, Wissam Brady, and his wife, model Reem Al-Saidi

Beirut: Fatima Abdallah

Anas Bukhash mediates a trusted duo: Lebanese journalist, Wissam Braidi, and his wife, Tunisian model, Rym Al-Saidi. They appear in sleek black with the Emirati journalist in “ABTalks” (YouTube) interviews. A person changes with the days and looks forward to life with a clear-seeing eye. The program prepares questions about love between spouses, bringing out their feelings, thoughts and principles.
The singularity of the program in the questions and the management of the meeting. His presenter and his team sail boats into the heart of the human soul, and they don’t stop at the banks. What makes the spouses divulge are the questions addressed to the soul. They were confronted with their own existence linked to each other. The meeting throws them before stormy possibilities, and by their decision they anchor themselves on the ground. The question opens their lives wide, indifferent to details and unwilling to invade privacy. Life is earth and building, constants, attitudes and priorities.
What if Wissam Brady lost his memory? What will his wife tell him to activate the images? A question does not pass without provoking a sigh, and some questions are eager to caress tears. The two guests explain in depth the concept of love. Their days in front of an exam forbidden to fail. Since he proposed to her, she replied, “Yes”, and they are aware that marriage is a responsibility, “I doubt that I will lose my memory with you, and if that happens, I will love you again instead of once.”
Sometimes, some ridicule the discussion of love, its states and its vocabulary. Wissam and Reem Brady navigate it and summarize its philosophy. The relationship may seem “perfect” for the necessities of the camera, if its two stars did not base it on the foundation of conscience. Three main stations reassured the husband that his choice was in order: the first when he saw her and the palpitations intensified, the second when she gave birth to their eldest daughter, and the third when she gave birth to the youngest. In the latter, it was confirmed that her bet was right, the day she placed herself alone in Milan, and he is in Beirut bound by concerns. Then the certainty of choosing the right woman, his life companion, was doubled.
Anas Bukhash is between them, he distributes the questions to be asked by one to the other, and he digs up the bags inside. The Brady duo didn’t come off as “birds in love,” because even birds are sometimes meant to be quiet. People were not deceived by marriage based on poems and the land with roses. Presenting itself as an understanding cable, the decision was made for responsible commitment. Several times they used the phrase “let’s put love aside”, but that alone is not enough to keep going. What drives them is trust, so they share life: “We live one life.
Anas Bukhash would like a confession related to transparency and emotional openness. Wissam Brady refuses to be a strong man all the time, always in front of him is a strong woman. Humans are moments of weakness and places of frustration. For him, the strength between a man and a woman also means that they lower their masks and that human weakness manifests itself shamelessly in the other. They combine: “We do not judge each other. Our strength is in declaring our weakness and then rising up.
Listen carefully to experiences that are worth your time and boost your grades. And Reem and Wissam Brady’s experience of life lessons. Trust does not happen overnight. It’s a stone upon a stone, and other situations piling up. Usually, some men are deliberately stingy with their feelings, so the Lebanese media presents a different pattern: “If Reem and the two girls don’t make me happy, I can’t go to work the next day. The human being is like an electronic car, he must have a charger to keep him alive.
They did not marry to have children, but to build a future. The best compliment for a woman is when her man says she made him the person he wanted to be. And Wissam Brady told Reem Saidi. His equation is simple: “Love is synonymous with happiness, and toxic relationships are not called love.” His losses multiplied in Lebanon, and at forty he decided to start over in the Emirates. He decided to her at the beginning of the acquaintance: “It is impossible for me to leave my country and abandon my family.” Then he found himself packing his things and moving. “The two girls I play with every day don’t just remind me of me. It’s for them that I go to live on the moon.
Reem Al-Saidi never imagined that she would marry a Lebanese and share life with him in his native country. She had great plans, like traveling to Los Angeles and expanding into the fashion world. His phone rang, and it was a call from Brady’s “Dancing with the Stars” program. She said: Why not, let it be a two-month break in Lebanon. Here he ripped her out of her plans and together they drew up different plans. They believe in signs from heaven: “It is no coincidence that two hearts meet, each from a country. Nor to get out of failing relationships at the same time. God sends a person a light, and if he follows it, he will achieve happiness.
Anas Bukhash reminds his two guests of the blessing of being side by side, imagining the opposite scene: And if death appeared, with what words would you choose farewell? They are crying. He cares about the issue of high esteem and misses some people. A person is busy, forgetting to give thanks for blessings. But Brady does not forget that he is in life for a reason, to keep his family. He carries on his conscience his brother, the actor who died in a terrible traffic accident, Issam Braidy, and with his presence in him he faces life. Since the separation, he is another human being. He married Prem Al-Saeedi and his pain was relieved.


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