6 comments on “World Humanitarian Day 2009

  1. Pingback: Facilitation - Evaluation - Beyond the Edge - Viv McWaters

  2. Hey man – thanks for the shout-out! I’m blushing over here right now… A round of Singha on me next time we’re in BKK.

  3. Thank you to you and your colleagues for your life sacrifices, your dedication, your ability to see the things that most cannot or will not, for your passion, your strength, your determination, your bravery, your patience, your abundance in capacity to love wholeheartedly and for trying and trying again to make a real difference to the ending of pain and suffering that so many souls endure daily. Your life’s calling isn’t one that is based on living easy or with many material luxuries. It is one that is enriched with a deep understanding of self and rich in the gifts that matter the most, the ones that can never be bought (or sold). Thank you again. A new reader who will be back.

  4. I was a humanitarian aid worker in the balkans from 1996-2000. You don’t walk away from this kind of experience the same as you walked into it. I’m grateful I had the opportunity to help others. I’m glad to know that there are still people out there doing the same. I’m sad that aid workers are more often considered targets. Thank you for your part in raising awareness.

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