Sa façon d'expliquer les choses donnait envie à mes enfants de passer du temps avec elle.
Regarde ce camélia, et ce néflier : eux aussi, j'ai réussi à les sauver. Ils viennent d'un grand jardin que j'ai beaucoup aimé.
Nous apprenons à partager le jardin avec les animaux. Les pauvres, ils ont bien le droit de vivre !
I can do any job, but it has to be fun. And with children, it's impossible not to have fun!
I thought that working with people with disabilities would help me understand the world even better.
You find your path by giving yourself the opportunity to try different things.
I understood then that you can lose everything in an instant if you are not able to push back and advocate for yourself.
Everything happens there, during the service. This is also the moment that I prefer.
The elderly – how do you say... They are vulnerable but when they tell you their stories, even their most difficult experiences, they know how to add some humor into it.
I like to say hello to people. I look at the person, and if they look at me, I greet them and some respond back.
'Pourquoi tu travailles pas ?' J'essayais d'expliquer : je sais faire le travail mais je connais pas la langue. Je sais pas parler, pas écrire, pas lire. Avant, je savais dire seulement 'Bonjour Madame. Petite pièce, s'il vous plaît ?'
To accept that amount of time and go to sea wasn't a problem : when I climbed on my first ship, I immediately loved it.
He was not the most outgoing of my students, he has been through a lot, and I don’t know what has become of him…But I hold a particularly fond memory of him.
We start by saying hello, dogs say hello to each other and that's how we get to talk a little bit.
Moi je sais pas lire, je sais pas écrire : c'est un handicap pour trouver du boulot.
J'ai pas envie de refaire le monde parce que c'est trop compliqué, je serai dans le trou avant. J'essaie juste de l'améliorer.
I have always wanted to observe. That’s how I got this job and I pushed it to the extreme.
Before I didn’t care. After the accident, I swore that I would never let myself be bothered by unimportant things.
Firstly, I was surprised by how alive it seemed. I find the way the drawing is done, particularly the expression, is quite impressive.
Every day you will see somebody and every day you’re going to talk. So to be able to speak well is very important.
He really did that so well: the milk, the coffee, the cakes, the dates, the sugar…. Even a cup with spoons in water so that they would be clean. He thought of everything!
I had found the link on my mother’s side: I had come to find her and I realised that I already had her in me.
For me, to say good morning is sacred. And it’s not just to my family, it’s also to the people I meet.
I'm a doctor with a general practice across the street and I have always had an extremely important relationship with the Relais 59.
They don’t listen, because not good at speak French; all the sudden, the phone hang up.
Over in Egypt, the whole family is there and everything. There's more freedom.
There were a lot of people when we opened the school, the clinic, the pharmacy ... That was really beautiful.
My memories of Cambodia are about the war ... I also seem to remember the fields a little.
For me, the first time I picked up a pen and wrote on a piece of paper was in France.
In his apartment building, “there is a togetherness, a respect between the young and the old.”
Iklef a aussi connu le dernier artisan pâtissier du quartier, qui l’a pris sous son aile.
Akim means “judge,” or, as his mother specified, “He who validates those who deserve it, those who have worked hard…”
We start with 'Once upon a time'. There were a girl and a boy, they had a discussion.
To get to school, she crossed the Senegal river by swimming while holding up her school bag in a gourd.