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Elle est montée dans le train à la gare de Florival. J’ai eu l’attention attirée par l’attitude du contrôleur, qui attendait patiemment que la personne monte. J’ai ensuite compris. La jeune femme est mal voyante, et elle laissait à son chien le soin de monter.
Je leur ai laissé ma place, plus spacieuse. La dame dégage une belle énergie et alors que le train serpente le long de la vallée de la Dyle, (à gauche les étangs, à droite la forêt) je me suis rassis en face d’elle et…Continue
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She got into the train at the Florival station. The controller's attitude drew my attention as he was patiently waiting for a person to board. Then I understood. The young woman was blind, and she let her dog board first to guide her inside. I offered them my place which was more spacious and went to sit on the other side of the aisle. As the train was winding along the Dyle valley, with ponds to the left and the forest to the right, the lady was radiating a beautiful energy. I decided to…Continue
Hans and I have given birth to H2CGhana! A newborn “educational project” that tries to stand out among tons of others.…Continue
As the Constellation ventures into 2015, it is with sincere appreciation I am reflecting on the overwhelming response from all of you towards the Nomination of The Constellation for the 2014 Health Systems Social Media Awards.
It was truly inspiring; it offers hope for what the Constellation can achieve with our accumulative support to local response. Seeing the endorsements was great, but seeing that it came from all continents was so exciting! Showing that 'seeds of SALT'…Continue