I feel like I’ve learned all that I can so far and that the only way for it all to come together is for us to finally go. It’s been nothing short of an educational journey learning about LAMB, Honduras, and the ASB movement and I truly believe that all that I’ve learned and experienced this far has prepared me for our trip while providing a rich experience.
I think our time in class and in meetings with the other ASB participants has laid the groundwork for a sustainable commitment to service and our social issue for all of us and that when we go to Honduras, we’ll return with a new sense of motivation, driving us to continue our work in Honduras in a local context.
I still feel like we don’t know exactly what we’ll do when we get to Honduras, but I’m confident that we’ll apply our knowledge as best as we can. If anything, we’ll continue to develop a long-term relationship with the LAMB Institue and the Alonzo Movement particularly which will strengthen the impact of future trips.
I’m excited to go!