I have always felt I want to help those who need help through peace work. Growing up, I was the kid who will help an elderly cross the road, I was the child who will feed a stray cat, I was the teen who would help cars stuck in the snow and I was the first to volunteer to put up a fire gone rogue.
Peace work isn’t something I feel obliged to do. It is not a conditional act I do only to receive something material in return. It is definitely not an opportunity to grab fame. Peace work – so far – is rewarding spiritually and emotionally. And it has been a learning exercise in which I have been learning human survival, material dis-attachment and satisfaction with whatever is presented under the circumstances.
I hope sharing my humble peace-work related experiences and stories will inspire others to do the same to impact more.