Wiesel’s legacy in 2 words: DOUBT and RESPECT

In Yiddish, “Mensch” litteraly means man. But as my grand mother used to say ” all Mensch are men, but not all men are Mensch “. Because a Mensch (with a Capital Letter) means more: it qualifies a person of integrity and honour, someone of noble character, to emulate and admire. Someone who does good, who always strives to be a better person without expectation of return. … Continue reading Wiesel’s legacy in 2 words: DOUBT and RESPECT

#ParisAttacks: what meaningful Parenting is about

What is parenting but protecting, inspiring humanity and spreading the seeds of love in the hearts of our children? This Dad’s words of wisdom to his little boy are so precious, so comforting. Click here and tell me what you think .. This is my last post on #ParisAttacks. Let’s all be inspired by this awesome father, feel the love and stand strong for peace, respect and freedom, … Continue reading #ParisAttacks: what meaningful Parenting is about

Humanity is brotherly love

Originally posted on Estelea's Blog:
“You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean. If a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty” Mahatma Gandhi http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/humanity/ In 2007, Liberia was still bearing the wounds of its long civil war.  But just like snow drops, the those kids’ contagious laughs echoed a new era of love and… Continue reading Humanity is brotherly love

Why it feels so good to undress a military

I am not American. I have never supported any war. I am not in the military nor have any relative in the army. Foremost, I am a former aid worker, whose aim was to help the victims of the cruelty of wars. Still, I really liked American Sniper (not only because of my incurable crush for Bradley Cooper). I have been tremendously touched but the … Continue reading Why it feels so good to undress a military