When cosmetologists were invited to hug each other the response was overwhelming! We know the effect of claps to cheer and show appreciation but what happened here was totally unexpected. Hugs were done not in twos, but threes, four, fives and everyone ensured that each participant enjoyed a hug from her / himself.

In reflection when asked what it meant? The meaning of why we are humans was recited; we love and have emotions; we have compassion; we are caring and have feelings .................







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Comment by Laurence Gilliot on October 27, 2010 at 1:09pm
This reminds me of a SALT visit in Rwanda, where we were welcomed in the community of Ruhuha. The facilitator asked in local language if the villagers would hug the visitors. And suddenly we saw all the children, women and men standing up and rushing in our arms. It was probably the most magical moment in my 4,5 years experience in the Constellation. :-)
Comment by Marlou on October 27, 2010 at 1:04pm
Big Hug,
Marlou
Comment by wiwin winarni on October 27, 2010 at 8:28am
Dear Haynes.
I Miss always this energizing circumstances. This always works. Clap, hug generate more sharing and understanding. so then we are at the same boat facing challenges at our community. Keep hugging friend.

Regards from Indonesia..
Comment by Gaston on October 26, 2010 at 10:15pm
BEAUTIFUL! Finally the clap has a substitute. I am sure Sanjay is very happy :)

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