There is always, always, hope
I met with Oroma Christine, the head counselor at the Gulu Recovery Centre for Former Child Soldiers in Uganda, and asked her to read my novel, Bullets, Blood and Stones: the journey of a child soldier to ensure that my information and facts were correct. She had this to say:
“Donna White has written a book on child soldier as if she was in Uganda for all the years the war had been there. Her book is so inspiring and touching psychologically, spiritually, socially and physically. This is the book about what innocent children in Northern Uganda and Eastern went through.” - Oroma Christine, Head Counselor at Gulu Recovery Center for Former Child Soldiers
9/5/2020 12:20:44 pm
If you do not have hope in your heart, then you are just a cold man. I mean, there are people who are realist, but to me, they are the ones who are the saddest in this world. If you do not have even a slither of hope in your heart, then how will you ever do things that can make you happy? You will just stop because you know what is about to come. Hope allows us to do risks.
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