It’s microscopic, fast and mysterious; an invisible, sneaky enemy that does not differentiate between old and young, rich and poor, strong and weak, whoever and wherever they may be. It does not believe in borders, it simply relies on the human touch.
I still pinch myself when I’m driving to work that this is not a dream. I look around me to confirm that I am actually driving in Jeddah and not in a city in another country. A year after the historic decision to allow women to drive in Saudi Arabia, it still feels new and exciting.