Trusting Ambiguity

Tonight, I journaled for the first time since leaving Rwanda. My last entry was almost three weeks ago, a short, grief-filled passage written two hours after hearing we YAGM were being evacuated from our communities back to the United States. I titled it “Trusting Ambiguity”, a theme that has resonated with my Rwanda cohort throughout …

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Home for the Holidays

It is now November, inching toward December. The holiday season is beginning, and the annual “fight” about when Christmas music is allowable gains fresh momentum. (Personally, it doesn’t matter to me – if it brings you joy, that’s great! I randomly heard “Winter Wonderland” on a bus here a few weeks ago and it brought …

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