For centuries, travel writing has shaped the way we view the world. But when's the last time you heard from a travel writer with cerebral palsy?
Meet Musa from L'Arche Kenya
In this episode, Musa Kirokote takes us where dogs dress like humans and humans eat like goats.
Imagine the world... differently.
Two weeks ago, with a little bit of confetti and a whole lot of rain, we gathered to celebrate and mark the beginning of construction on our 4th home in Oak Park. Surrounded by family, friends and new neighbors, we huddled under a tent, as it poured down rain, singing “It’s you, it’s me, it’s us, it’s God, it’s love, that builds community.”
I first met Laurence in 2009 when I was working part-time as a support worker at L’Arche. He and his family hosted us for a Christmas dinner in their home. Still being new to Chicago, it was one of the first homes I’d been invited to. I couldn’t have been more warmly welcomed by Laurence, even though I was a new, occasional face in L’Arche.