Tag Archives: humanity

The Far Edge of Humanity

Today I stood on the far edge of humanity and it was beyond what 90% of us in the world would think is possible let alone acceptable (inside or outside of war). The reason I knew I was still within … Continue reading

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Look up into the Night Sky and Think about Humanity

As I look up at the night sky from my compound and watch the same stars as 11 million other people within the same boundary I’m in called South Sudan, I can only think how foreign my life is to … Continue reading

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A Mirror in Juba

Good to be back on this blog in a travel sense of experiences, learning, perspectives, reflection and discovery. This one is a big reflection one 🙂 I’m currently back on the Stop Transmission of Polio (STOP) program for the second … Continue reading

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Don’t praise the messenger

A tribute to a hero on the ground, from the messenger… An incredible man I met last November in Pakistan, Waheed Khan, was murdered the other day just outside the amazing resource centre and school he tirelessly helped build  and … Continue reading

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We are all human (and it is cool!)

It has always interested and stimulated me to be a person of attention and interest (not celebrity). I know I am not one to shy away from the spotlight – as you will see from many self-indulgent blogs but there … Continue reading

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