"Lorsque vous reviendrez en France, vous expliquerez certaines choses à vos amis et familles, et à moins de vous avoir accompagné ou d’avoir vécu certaines expériences similaires, ils ne vous comprendront pas… vraiment.
Vous ressentirez parfois des frustrations et même un certain isolement, comme si vous aviez expérimenté quelque chose d’unique qui n’est tout simplement pas racontable.
Que vous leur montriez toutes les photos ou que vous leur racontiez toutes les histoires du monde n’y changera rien.
Avec le temps, ce sentiment prend une autre forme.
Vous comprendrez mieux que c’est un trésor que vous avez entre les mains." #7monthsago#remember#travel#voyage#solidaire#africa#senegal#casamance#oussouye#chantiervolontaire#humanity#nouveauprojet 👌🏼🇸🇳
"It was like... the unknown souls...who didnot even talk for years ...are dancing happily in a same frame without any reason...and i felt like i am one of its framework"...................................................#friends#happy#farewell#humanity
@berning_media - @Regrann from @killer_queen_612 - His name is Iqbal Masih, and he deserves to be remembered. 🙏
At the age of 10, Iqbal escaped his slavery, after learning that bonded labour was declared illegal by the Supreme Court of Pakistan. He was caught by police and brought back to Arshad, who told the police to tie him upside down if he tried to escape again. Iqbal escaped a second time and he attended the Bonded Labour Liberation Front (BLLF) School for former child slaves and quickly completed a four-year education in only two years. Iqbal helped over 3,000 Pakistani children that were in bonded labour to escape to freedom and made speeches about child labour throughout the world. He expressed a desire to become a lawyer to better equip him to free bonded labourers, and he began to visit other countries including Sweden and the United States to share his story, encouraging others to join the fight to eradicate child slavery.
In 1994 he received the Reebok Human Rights Award in Boston and in his acceptance speech he said: "I am one of those millions of children who are suffering in Pakistan through bonded labour and child labour, but I am lucky that due to the efforts of Bonded Labour Liberation Front (BLLF), I go out in freedom I am standing in front of you here today. After my freedom, I join BLLF School and I am studying in that school now." Iqbal was fatally shot in Muridke, Pakistan on 16 April 1995, shortly after returning from a trip to the U.S, by Ashraf Hero, a heroin addict. He was 12 years old at the time. His funeral was attended by approximately 800 mourners. The Little Hero: One Boy's Fight for Freedom tells the story of his legacy.
#RestInPeace#Humanity#BeTheChange#BeTheGoodInTheWorld#KidsAreTheFuture#ChildrenAreTheFuture#ChildRights - #regrann
London is a strong! The horrific events on Wednesday have taken some precious lives. My heart goes out to those who have lost loved ones and I am hoping for a quick recovery for those injured. I am lucky enough to work at the hospital that proved that humanity still exists. I am proud to say that I am part of the nursing career, and this is the type of positive media coverage nurses, doctors, paramedics and police officers deserve! ❤️❤️