We are a generation in need of a purpose, a place. Rather than what we create, our possessions cast light on who we are.

We choose a life, we choose a job, we choose a career. We believe in statue, and how they define our identity. The pace we are living in, denies the art within us. Is life becoming so empty that we can’t think of a better way to spend our days in a meaningful way?

Do we think already everything we’re supposed to think?

Maybe the answers are here, but not told, until we break out the invisible chains, and make something strong out ourselves.

The meaning of Ma’Sou9ish was enough to write the story of our freedom. 

Away from being complete, he chooses to be his own self.

Rather than a traditional clothing in the city, the Jellaba of Ma’sou9ish is now a symbol of a philosophy, of a spirit who finds a path to breaks away from stereotypes.