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This is the story of survival and triumph by a young Rwandan caught in the aftermath of the genocide. I met Mr. Ndabaramiye at the Community Center he and his colleague developed near the Congo border to provide education, training, and social acceptance for disabled children and young adults that otherwise would be outcasts from society. It may not be a literary masterpiece but it is the truth of his life and accomplishments, and a moving and uplifting book. His story will give you a glimpse into how faith, determination, and a little good luck can work miracles.
Rwandans epitomize forgiveness. They are the most joyful, loving people I have ever met. Frederick's story is Rwanda's story. I recently traveled to Rwanda with World Dance for Humanity. We support over 9,000 Rwandans. Imana Ishmwe! Beautiful Rwanda!
After being witness to and a victim of the atrocities in Rwanda, Frederick has grown from a young boy of unwavering faith into a remarkable man with an exceptional ability to forgive. Amy and Frederick have documented this journey giving us a glimpse of pain and suffering of this small nation in the 1990s and Frederick’s visions and actions for brighter tomorrows for all Rwandans. I encourage everyone to read the account of Frederick’s life…so far. While we all cannot be Frederick, following his example, we can become better, more caring and understanding versions of ourselves. I eagerly await to see what Frederick does next, because I know that he isn’t finished yet!
This is a wonderful true story about unbelievable tragedy during the genocide in Rwanda, and about survival and the ability to forgive and to bloom, with God's guidance. Frederick has not only accomplished these things, but is helping others to do this, also.