This is that quintessential NPR momento, when you learn something new.
I know it sounds contradictory, but it’s like taking a mental vacation and the rush that comes with exploration and discovery.
Both make you feel good.
Canadian Journalist and author Deborah Ellis went to Kabul in 2011 and asked Afghanistan’s children how they see their future. She gathered their responses in her recently released book, Kids of Kabul: Living Bravely Through a Never-Ending War.
“What the Future Holds For the ‘Kids of Kabul'” aired on August 20, 2012 on NPR’s Tell Me More with Michel Martin with me as guest host while Michel was away.
Click here or below to listen.Finish this sentence: Adversity has made me ____________.