What I Learned on My International Mission Trip-stop criticism

At times be realistic, for as much as we live a life similar to yours 100 years ago (that’s is if you existed), why talk ill of that place that gave you food and shelter for 2 and half weeks! We may be living in a house made of sticks and mad, but the difference between us and you is colour.
The chicken, ugali and sukuma is part of our culture. Did you expect you’ll find pizzas and all that trash in interior Africa, take what is set before you and appreciate!!
We thank the almighty for saving us from the bondage of sin and if you come to Africa with that negative motive again, I don’t welcome you!!
This is Africa and respect our culture and way of life.
I hope those kids that made you a “celebrity” read this article, they will have a reason never to call others that.
Don’t be an hypocrite!!!!!
BE THE CHANGE THIS AFRICANS YOU MET NEED!
If you saw a gap, do something to fill that gap rather than posting how you were about to cry thinking while shopping!!
Kenya is and Africa is big and full of resources!!
>Wildlife
>Culture, like the maasai whom attract tourists from everywhere.
>Good climate
>Mountains and water bodies.
> and many more.
Our traditions and way of life is our culture, and if you saw a gap fill it rather than posting on your blog.

BE THE CHANGE, AS YOU SAID WE DON’T NEED YOU, YOU NEED USE FOR WE HAVE ALL THAT YOU NEED
#sorry_am_just_saying

Am proud to be African

Haley Samantha

In the summer of 2014, I had the amazing opportunity to travel across the world to Kenya, Africa for two and a half weeks. I never imagined what I would see, experience, and learn during those long two weeks and began learning and being tested from the moment we got on the bus to travel to Dallas and continued even months after I returned.


1. Things may not go as planned

Each person was allowed to have one personal suit case and the other two that we carried were full of supplies we needed throughout the weeks and items like clothing we planned on giving to people in the country. When we arrived at the airport in Nairobi, we soon discovered that not all of our bags made it. Our team did not receive around twenty of our bags because there was a glitch in the computer. I was one of…

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