“We went to a camp for young disabled children in the south of India. We painted a new playground with the kids. There were different children, for example, someone had epilepsy, another couldn’t move at all, and we played with them. It was hard because you can’t choose one game, and play with all the children, because you have to choose a simple game, for example do this, or repeat that.
I remember it was Christmas in a Christian school, they were celebrating it, and we made gifts for them, we bought cake, and they were so happy! We bought a lot of candies, and when we gave it to the children. I remember I gave a candy to one child, and I tried to give him one more, but he said, ‘No, I have one, give it to another.’ He was so small, but he knew he was not alone there, because there were a lot of people there, and they wanted a candy too. It’s a great life experience. They were so happy, we didn’t know how to respond to that, and it was so beautiful, the lights in their eyes. I will remember it for my entire life.”