Reposted from lucykondwani
I once read somewhere that “life is a journey.” Well whoever said this was right. Sometimes we find ourselves in places that when we look back we ask ourselves, “How did I get here?” And you never get answers but the thing is everything that happens to us, all the people we meet in this journey of life are there for a reason. I personally have met some incredible people, have built friendship that make me laugh and feel home. People like Nagama, Doreen, my students, the great teachers at Tsalani school, and my neighbours are some people that have left a print unto me.
Despite Tsalani school having one block the kids are as energetic as ever. We are on a project to keep our school clean and green. In order for us to do this we have been sweeping every morning, watering trees we planted lasted month, watering our flowers, plating glass and leveling the grounds.
All these things made me realize how diversity is so beautiful. All our differences actually make this a beautiful place to live. In as much as these kids face a lot of challenges 30-40 minutes of playing, laughing, smiling and being entrusted to make Tsalani school beautiful does actually make them feel that they matter and their work is valued. What can I say, I love being part of their lives and making them realize that they also matter!