Mary Ritter Beard
Jun 5, 2021-- A "global nomad" with strong African roots, Wakanyi Hoffman and her husband have been raising their four multicultural and mixed race children across seven countries, three continents, on a mission to teach them to embrace the whole world as their home. They have called Kenya, United States, Nepal, Philippines, Ethiopia, Thailand and now the Netherlands home. "Life as a nomad, as we had come to understand from others who were living the same way, is measured not by our ability to adapt to new places, but by the agony of choosing to physically distance ourselves from the familiar. But to abandon old ways and embrace new changes comes at the expense of this social experiment, testing the extents of our resilience. And yet change, as we have also come to discover, is the only constant to the human experience." She shares more in this beautiful piece. (2957 reads)
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