In the village children love to talk or draw about their dreams. During one of the activities children were asked what they would wish for if they had a magic wand. Zana exclaimed, "I want to be a nurse, just like my aunt." Ari and Dea dreamt of becoming soccer players, inspired by Messi and Ronaldo. Liza shared her dream of becoming a singer, treating everyone to a beautiful song.
Their dreams ranged from aspiring ballerinas and doctors to wishing for superpowers. Dea even wished for a freezing superpower like Elsa from Frozen because she was born in winter. Ari on the other hand, born in summer, desired the power of fire.
Reading this about the children may remind you of your own childhood dreams, where everything was possible. Do you recall your childhood dreams? Have any of them come true?
"Nothing happens unless first we dream." - Carl Sandburg
A little girl whose dream was to go to school, that dream came true!
Photo: Nina Ruud. Pristina, Kosovo.
Unfortunately, some children's dreams are limited to basic needs like food or a loving family due to their circumstances. Colleagues in the village tirelessly provide love, care, and support to children. This support empowers children to believe that, despite everything, their dreams can come true.
During the year children pursue various courses and practices, such as soccer, music school, ballet, and more. All the love, care and motivation help children in their journey to turn their dreams into reality.
I extend my heartfelt thanks to you, and please know that you are in the heart of every success story.
*Kindly note that for data protection reasons, I have changed all the names in the stories. And the children in the picture are not the children in the story.
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