Ethiopian Vignettes: Seeing is Believing
An account of living, traveling, and working in Ethiopia for six months in 2005 and again in 2008 for a month with a tiny non-governmental organization called: Project Gaia. What are offered in these pages are my observations and understandings of Ethiopia at that time. I have also included photos because I believe they can enhance the reader's experience. To be sure, my words are only one person's interpretation of the lands and lives of Africa's horn that were experienced by a foreigner in a moment of time. Additionally, this collection of writings is not, by any means, a concrete statement. From the magical mystery that is Lalibela, the heartbreak that exists in Somali and Eritrean refugee camps, the day-to-day goings-on in Addis Ababa to the long-distance runners of Ethiopia and the bumpy road to democratization, I share with you my sincere attempt at providing a glimpse into the homeland of the diverse peoples that I grew to greatly respect and admire. *50% of all profits from this books' sale go to Project Gaia's refugee assistance program in Ethiopia.
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