#worldrefugeeday. I remember being 4 years old and waking up in one of these blue tents everyday until I was about 8. My family and I fled my home in Rwanda in 1994 during the genocide and ended up in a refugee camp in Congo until I moved to America in 2000. The great news is that I made it out, I'm blessed to have been given the opportunity to pursue the American dream. The sad news is that they are millions of refugees in the world today in Syria, Africa and other parts of the world who are stuck in worse conditions than I was with no end in sight, no home to go back to and no country willing to welcome them in. I wish there was a way for me to help them, to give them hope and let them know that a better future is awaiting them. Maybe I can't solve the issue right now but I hope this post helps to shed light on the challenges facing the world today. We are all humans and our responsibility is to love our neighbor. #Doyourpart.