Gorby is as you know a long time fader.
Visited the convention this weekend.
And concluded that Samuel Herds talk about hope was not so bad at all, it was well balanced. Made some good points.
Knowing both sides of the medallion, have to admit he was humble with a focus on hope.
The Saturday drama impressed me. Of course, there is a lot to say about the organization, this professional produced movie in a "true story" scenario, gave me the insight that hope is important for suffering people. Hope is better than no hope.
I know that the movie was made to create this effect on people.
It's not a bad thought, that hope is better than no hope, and this idea is still between my ears.
Knowing that not everybody is happy with my conclusion, I write this because when they earn credits, they have to get them. Isn't it?
Last positive point were the delegated witness from over the globe.. Good people, had some good conversations. Even for a fader it can be a nice moment for a good chat.
Now it's time for holiday season. France, here we come.