Connecting local responses around the world
Last year I met Mon - a Thai man whose smile makes the world a little better. At least my world. I find words often redundant or constraining when a real connection is in the air. Well, I had the right mindset, because me and Mon did not share a single understandable word with each other. Yet, while we…Continue
Sohail is a sociologist from Pakistan. He experienced first hand how SALT bridged this "false boundary" between personal and professional life. Moreover, Sohail shares with us something very interesting. He describes how SALT emerged out of him, it was always inside. The latter has been emphasised in many stories. Indeed, every human, be a saint or a sinner, consists of SALT. :)…Continue
We cannot go back to the old days, but we can go back to the old ways. It seems we were once more able to connect with nature and with eachother. Let's go back to that!
SALT is something close, within, not something outside of you. Do you agree?
Get inspired by the new introduction for the book and share your stories with us:
“HIV is not isolated and we cannot address HIV without addressing other issues that affect us. […] SALT and communitylifecompetence contributed to communities using their strength to address common concerns.” - Autry describes SALT as a holistic approach…
"Instead of just trying to convince someone, I start listening first...I found a way how to be more myself and to relate more with others in this way." - MariJo puts her trust in humanity into action.
Me and MariJo joined together virtually to talk about Jean Louis' book "What Makes us Human?" and share some ideas about SALT.
Thanks, MariJo, you are a limitless source of light and inspiration!
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Hello, lovely people! Firstly, I wish you all a joyful 2017!
My name is Anu Sieberk. I am an Estonian living in Brussels and working as a tennis coach. I am also contributing to Jean-Louis Lamboray's new book "What Makes Us Human?" distribution and communication around it. Therefore, I wanted to tell you a little bit about the book:
"Told with the simplicity of troubadours and of African storytellers this story of stories invites you to reflect and trust in your…