MADE IN NIRVANA
Turning poison into medicine
Born in Johannesburg to white English parents, Harry had lived in Cape Town almost all his life, except for a few years spent in England. He explained how the blacks and other minorities were treated in the most unjust, cruel way by the whites, on the basis of the colour of their skin, and how much he hated the apartheid system. He was sure that one day he would see with his own eyes the end of that shameful discrimination and wanted to be part of the 'engine of change'.
He looked at her with sympathy: "If things had gone differently, would you be here now?" He didn't wait for her answer: "You know, we can always use what happens to us in order to grow. This is the concept of turning poison into medicine!" He paused briefly to reflect and then continued: "There are people who found themselves in situations of war and destruction so shocking that they decided to devote their lives to peace, so that no one else has to go through that kind of suffering.
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