Maria Elena Ghersi
Since I arrived back home from Australia more than a month ago, I have been working like crazy. Remember my Yanomami friends? They were in my house waiting for me to work on the project. Now the project is almost ready and we are waiting for the rain to raise the Orinoco river level to get to their community and have their blessings. Hopefully by October I will be there choosing and preparing the final site for the shapono.
But despite all the work, I still have the Australian Master Class spirit. It is not just that I am constantly daydreaming and smiling, but in fact I feel that something in me really changed
But despite all the work, I still have the Australian Master Class spirit. It is not just that I am constantly daydreaming and smiling, but in fact I feel that something in me really changed; in a very psychoanalytic way, somehow being the same person, I am different now… the workshop was a marvellous, intense and deeply changing experience for me. It was liberating and at the same time I felt that I was part of something important and beautiful. I will always be totally thankful for let me be part of it and I hope that I can be a good ambassador. Please give again my words of gratitude and esteem to Brit, Peter, Richard, Glenn and Lindsay for all your commitment, passion and generosity. Con mucho cariño.