Karabakh for me is a place where amazingly beautiful nature is reflected in the souls of its citizens. I probably have never seen so openhearted and hospitable people, who are eager to host and feed a stranger as well as to sacrifice their lives for their Motherland any second of their being.
Young people can make a difference if they come together,reflect and share and act on there ideas, first thing is to change ourselves, then the others will look to us for inspiration and will act. Human potential is amazing…
I was here for the weekend as part of the planning team for our ‘Bridges for the Future’ seminar scheduled for 6-11th September in Pristina. The seminar is a product of YMCA Europe’s Roots For Reconciliation project.
“Peace has lots of meaning, but what is important… is what you do to get it”
What I learned through the workshop is this: Peace is a process of baby steps. And peace starts with relationships. Because relationships allow us the powerful experience of knowing someone beyond our preconceived notions of who they are and what they represent.