“It takes courage to grow, it takes commitment to succeed and nothing ever replaces hard work” Jean Michel said to me one afternoon during one of our Saturday meetings with the team.
These last weeks have been the most challenging for me. I was challenged to work hard and fast and to deliver what I had to do on time. Sometimes I would have epic failures and sometimes it turned out alright but in all I learnt that having good people to work with is key and that, with courage, one truly grows.
This month (May) all the training that we (the team) are going to have are on the topic of Evil and the Causes of Evil and the Consequences of Evil. Our first assignment was to watch “Ghost of Rwanda” documentary, To read and learn and understand “The ten stages of Genocide” by Gregory H. Stanton and “The continuum of Violence” as proposed by Ervin Staub.
Philip Gourevitch’ s book “We wish to inform you that tomorrow we will be killed with our families” that we were previously assigned to read had already made it clear that the Genocide could have been stopped but currently we understand that it could have been prevented and we are learning how…