Sorry for the long break from posting! Many, many, many things has happened since I’ve last posted. I’m not even sure where to begin. I write in my journal daily. If I was to update everyone what’s been going on these past few days, this...

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Today my peers and I took our kids on a walk to the temple. It was a very long walk probably about 3 miles. It was a very hot day, but despite the heat, my students made me smile all the way to the temple. It meant a lot to connect with a new student, eve...

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Teaching my students was a challenge. I really thought that teaching would be much easier, but it wasn’t. Through out my time with my students I’ve learned to be patient and I tried to help my students understand the meaning and the content of...

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Singing in the showers, really reminded me of the time when I was in Cambodia singing to my students everyday. They really liked it when I sang even though I wasn’t the best, they always wanted me to sing. I miss those times, where I would sing to t...

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We’re getting ready for another services, another long flight, another stressful time in preparing and coordinating schedules. Another this, another that, another… (pause) Life can get noisy. This current reality of mine demands time and attention but...

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I’m reflecting about our previous journey. I know the dusty roads, the serene country landscape and the busy city life well. And yet each trip brings new discoveries in reflection, amazement and humility. Every GCP volunteer goes through a similar p...

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S21 Genocide Museum I’ve been here over ten times and each time, an eerie uneasiness forms knots in my stomach, giving me goose bumps as the ghosts of the victims call out to me. I am standing on the very spot where thousands of people were tortured and...

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