After Rami’s death, a short essay he wrote called ‘My Destination’ was found on his computer. His parents wanted this essay to be published on this website so that readers could better understand the principles that guided Rami’s life. Rami wrote this in 2004 when he was 26 years old.
An ideal life, is one that fails to exist, it is merely one that takes a lifetime to travel to. If I was to see that ideal in the distance, my mission becomes my journey, the road to that destination.
I pray that I will reach my destination, if not to see it close in this life, to live it in the afterlife.
To travel on this journey, I need the fuel to power my mind, heart, body and soul in order to reach my destination. That fuel is my principles, my values, and my ethics. The more I can live my life by these beliefs, the quicker perhaps I can achieve my purpose and arrive at my destination.
To balance and give dues to the three major components of my life: RELIGION-which embodies the following two: FAMILY AND WORK.
To live my life, how I wish others to live theirs
To want for others what I want for myself
To achieve the legacy of effective leadership and act a s a guide to my peers
To be fair and honest regardless…
To give my health and body its deserved rights
To be, with Allah’s will, a helper for his servants on this earth
To be of the dwellers of Paradise.