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I would count on you to

I would count on you to doubt, question, consider and reconsider all the reasons for which you would give a hand. It’s important that we base our decisions on solid grounds. Of course, I am not talking about the decision of whether or not you should go talk with that cute guy at the bar … Continue reading

The story was mine to tell

Stories are important, they can change lives. The stories of these children and of their care taker changed mine. I wouldn’t be doing what I am doing today, if it wasn’t for them. I have lived with them for five weeks of my life, at the end of 2011. I was on a journey to … Continue reading

Grace

Words do carry grace. Like the words of this poem I was given as a gift today. In the stormy moondrifts,  of the world’s highest plateau – there are children’s faces as delicate as snowflakes. This might be a frozen landscape, children parentless,  and paralyzed by cold. yet someone is lighting a fire  on Himalayan … Continue reading

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