A Dreaming Child (Paperback)

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Though we are different people, sorrows and happiness are journeys that do not discriminate rich or poor. We all experienced hardships in the genocide. What hurts most is the silence from the rest of the world. The lack of consideration.We lived through dark times, your age didn't matter and your bank balance didn't matter. Unfortunately days can't tell their stories. Our scars are what remind us of those days. Physical scars, Psychological scars, some of us moved on, others are still consumed by this darkness. They refuse to heal, to move on, how can we save them?I always wish I could forget my past, the hardships, but mostly the losses. For me the genocide was a trying time for me. It yanked away my childhood, I had to grow up before my time, had there been no war, would I have had a happier childhood?We will always wonder what would have been if 1994 hadn't happen for us, as a nation, as individuals, as families. The pains, the difficulties. The numerous children who can't tell their stories but were victims like me. My only wish is that the perpetrators of this evil eventually pay their price, can the law fully take its course?This book is a beacon of peace, our history as Rwanda has brought up children that are strong willed, children who are fixers, they try to make right what went wrong in our past. Sometimes failing, other times succeeding. We can only wish them well, Because they are our pillar as a nation.Dear Rwanda, I assure you that I will finally get your light spread beyond your boarders, in all of Africa and the world, I am on my way to be the flicker of light in your darkness, even in death we can find hope and build a future for me and your peopl.

Product Details
ISBN: 9780692629451
ISBN-10: 0692629459
Publisher: Divine Purpose Publishing
Publication Date: January 27th, 2016
Pages: 226
Language: English