Today I woke up wondering how I could make a difference. How I could change the world and make it a better place for all people. The thought of it was daunting, after all, I’m just one person, nobody of real importance, in the grand scheme of things. Then I realized that I was looking at it from the wrong perspective, I might not be able to make a difference in the world, but I could make a difference in someone’s day. So I held doors, gave up seats on the subway and let others go first. Did I make a difference? Time will tell. Will I stop trying? No. We only fail when we give up.
The Children of The Nakba 2 takes you into the pit of a real life tragedy, told behind the eyes of the perpetrators and the victims alike.. It is a hard hitting adventure that shows the depths of man’s barbarism at its finest. David Calder expertly blends fact and fiction to breath life into his story. It will tug at your heart strings while keeping you on the edge of your seat, reminding you that life is precious and should be treasured because at any moment, it might be taken away.