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Until you heal the wounds of your past, you are going to bleed, remembrance open the wounds, stick your hands inside, pull out the core of the pain that is holding you in your past to make peace with it.
Freedom of choice to accept the inter-human bonds where the other is inevitable part of your life changing.
The past becomes a school where to learn from than a prison to curtain your happiness.
The past can be a very dangerous neighborhood if escorted by guilt, shame, regret, and sorrow, indicators of unfinished business that we need to address in the aftermath of crisis.
The present and the future become vogue if people are dictated by pains as they influence their ideas and actions.
The other is not the evil, it is a frame of understanding and healing the environment, the foundation of development.
Humans do not have do not have to be inhuman even if they live in social and historical circumstances which make the cruel treatment of the other seem to be easy and without consequence.
It is always possible to choose to be human; it is always possible to choose to be moral” Bauman, J.(2001)
Dr Appoline Kabera Bazubagira, is a PhD holder in Sociology.
Trained in Community Transformation, she is a Peace builder with a rich experience in working with vulnerable families with children at risk.
Healing the community for social economic change is her endeavor.
She is an inspiring Senior Lecturer in the community and in the Academy.
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