about Name: Kendy MangraCountry Representing: Mauritius Storytelling to me is like the Bible, stories are shared to give faith If I can inspire another, then I would have played my part. I have faced so many difficulties in life, which… Read More »You may say that I’m a dreamer by Kendy Mangra
I chose that story because it reminded me of where I would have been if not for the intervention of God. The story reminds me of the need to avoid temptations
Banoni Mwale shares a story of how his hard upbringing shaped him to be a community leader in his village in Ngala, Malawi; believing that he would be the change that he wished to see in his immediate environment
I struggled with picking a story to tell but telling this one felt like I was closing a door to a phase of my life. Not closing it out of shame because a lot of things have happened since the occurrences in the story. So you could say this story was an avenue of reflection for me.
She is a father and a mother at the same time been a petty trader and taking care of four kids including house rent fees feeding is not easy I love my mom and I don’t want to see her suffer.
It’s a story I’ve never told and seemed like a good place to start excavating myself. I know this is a common experience, but as a child I thought it was standard and when I realized it wasn’t, that all families weren’t like ours, it seems strange, but my identity collapsed. I’d like to share those parts so that there are fewer dark corners for people like me to get lost in. – Chantelle