When I was a child I would look at pictures of other countries in books

When I was a child I would look at pictures of other countries in books, I’d stare at pictures of mountains, temples and people. I’d wonder what it felt like to walk
among them, to rub shoulders, drink tea and experience them.

To taste the food, to talk the language and to smell the air. I had a desire to travel but to also a burning desire to make a difference if possible.

With guidance from my mother, I grew to become a teacher and with that I knew that if I stuck my head out of the sand and started to say what i thought, then maybe someone would listen and actually like it.

I knew some people would be critical but maybe, just maybe I could help people to change their point of view.

I was lucky enough to be exposed to Montessori pedagogy and I soon realised that there were so many aspects of this method that were applicable to every classroom in the world.

……..And so my mission began.

Today at age 40, I am feeling proud to be featured in Knowledge Tribe’s monthly global magazine for my recent work in the Islamic community of India ❤️

‘Travel will eradicate any prejudice that lies within.”

Have a great weekend

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