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“I may not be able to eradicate this darkness, but with this feeble light, I will show the difference between darkness and light, truth and falsehood. And the ones who seek the light, no matter how faint the light, it will grow in their heart” Born in a wealthy and modern family, Ghada was a Lebanese pampered girl. An open-minded person who would write anti-war articles and poems. She hated all the warriors; however, she liked Chamran's paintings. His paintings were seemingly against war, too; an invitation to serenity, calm, and peace. Chamran's fame was for something else. Chamran used to be the principal of the school of Shia in the south of Lebanon, which meant the military command of Shia during the Lebanese Civil war! There, he met Ghada. Ghada was fond of Chamran's painting: The Candle. Gradually, the love for The Candle turned into the love for Chamran.