WHY DO I VOLUNTEER?
My way of traveling is a bit unusual.
First of all, I don’t use tourist guides. Whenever I land in a new country, I try to spy out the spirituality of the people living there and their approach to religion and sacredness over the centuries.
I am interested in people’s heart to see whether there are some differences depending upon the country when one has been born. By volunteering, I can stay with the locals, talk with them, and taste their feelings.
Hitherto, traveling all over the world, I have not found any discrimination in humans’ heart. All people are the same! Africans, Italians, Germans, Americans, Guatemalans, migrants, local residents, and so on have the same soul, the same mind, the same heart. No difference between them!
Second, I volunteer to share what I know. I have been studying since I was a child, and now I want to hand down what I have learned over the years.
My way of volunteering seems to be working. The children have enjoyed my teaching. That was enough to make me satisfied.
Ettore Grillo, author of these books:
– A Hidden Sicilian History
– The Vibrations of Words
– Travels of the Mind