Today I want to share a true story with you. Usually I avoid any talk of politics or religion, they really aren't my topics (at-all), and I'm breaking my rule today, but for an important message :-)
13 years ago when I moved to Luxor, Egypt I met a man called Sameh Sabet, that's him below, he was a waiter in a hotel, very young, but ambitious - he wanted to become a tour guide, and he did, he became an excellent one, but... one day, he realised this wasn't the service he wanted to deliver in life, his words to me were, "I wanted from life many things, but I discovered that giving is the best way to live in peace".
He asked me if I would share what he was doing, and because he's kind, and his cause is worthy, I want to show you a video with him and his colleague.
They teach equality to children in Egypt, to help Muslims and Christian children (and their families) to stay together in peace, laugh together, learn together - live together.
In light of what's going on in the world, I felt this message was a strong one and a beautiful one - to strip the labels down we have given ourselves, and to learn to simply be what we all are, what we all have in common, regardless of what our political views or religious directions are - we're all human.
We need to care for each other and accept each other, for who we are.