To Orwell Today,
re: KAGAME'S ARMY RWANDA'S HEROES
I would like to let you know that I liked very much your e-mail exchange with JANVIER apparantly a veteran of the war of liberation. Very nice indeed as he exactly telling you the truth.
I am taking this opportunity to get to you some of the pictures who were taken during the war of Liberation by AIDAN HARTLEY an Author who wrote a book called the ZANZIBAR CHEST.
All the best and thanks for everything you do for Rwanda,
Be the Warrior
The warrior is tough in loyalty, intensity, determination, bearing, initiative, endurance, courage and strength of will.
The warrior is soft in calmness, self-confidence and compassion.
The warrior is frequently called upon to step forward when most gladly step back.
Warriors exist on the battlefield and in daily life.
People may react to you rudely, selfishly and with malice. Be courteous anyway.
Those you help may whine and offer no thanks. Help them anyway.
Your honest words may be challenged and ridiculed. Speak anyway.
Success may involve many mistakes and disappointments. Succeed anyway.
Your donations may seem too small to matter. Give anyway.
A warrior is a master, ever prepared to improve and to be of service to others.
HOW KAGAME BECAME LEADER and RWANDA'S ROSE
~ an independent researcher monitoring local, national and international events ~