He was amazed.
When we drove to the other side of the farm to visit the baby cows, we got in the back of a pick-up truck. As he got in, Mez told us that he hadn’t been in one since crossing the Sahara Desert on his journey here three years ago. The smugglers crammed 30 people into the back of the truck with no food and hardly water to survive the dangerous 15 day journey. If you fell off (which happened to others), the driver would carry on without you.
It’s so amazing and humbling to be around someone who brings a whole new outlook to every situation.
Mez, you still teach me so much!