After 2 years I returned to Geneva again and I had the chance to visit International school in Geneva where my good firned Marci Banks is working.
I met the kids I have had met them 2 years back when they were 6 years old.
Surprisingly they remembered all the questions they have asked me 2 years ago which was kind of amazing feeling for me. One of them had asked me ” what will I do when I grow up and my bicycle becomes small for me !!” in that time I began to laugh and answered her ” I am enough grown up now…I wont go higher anymore !” and this time she were enough big to know that a person does not keep growing all his life.
I am still hoping to return there again to visit more classes.
and below is a text by Marcia Banks about my visit to the school
Mohammad visited several classes ranging in ages from 5 to 8 year olds, sharing what he does, how he lives, indirectly confronting the young children with the thought that one can live without the material goods we take for granted and still be very happy. The warmth he exuded soon put the young children at ease as he talked of his mission to take care of our planet by caring and respecting what nature offers us, by encouraging us to replace cut down trees by planting new trees, and to add to our planet by making an occasion to plant a tree.
Mohammad exemplified a form of respect and caring, elements we aim to promote at our school.