Over the past few weeks, I’ve had the chance to be part of Antonine University and Notre Dame University (NDU) in Lebanon, both run by the Catholic Church. It’s hard to put into words how amazing these places are and how much they’ve taught me.

One thing that stands out is how well everything is organized. From the schedules to the events, everything runs smoothly. It’s clear that these universities take pride in doing things right.

But what really blew me away was how kind and polite everyone was. The staff, the fathers who run the place, and the professors—they were all so humble and caring. It was really nice to be around people who genuinely care about others.

The fathers, especially, were incredibly humble. Even though they hold important positions, they treated everyone with respect and kindness. They showed me that true leadership is about serving others.

And the professors? They weren’t just teachers—they were mentors and guides. They were always there to help and inspire their students.

As my time at Antonine University and NDU comes to an end, I feel a mix of emotions. I’m sad to leave such a wonderful place, but I’m also hopeful that I’ll get to come back someday.

In short, my experience at Antonine University and NDU was amazing. It reminded me how powerful education can be and how much of a difference caring people can make. I’m grateful for the time I spent there and the memories I’ll carry with me.

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