Mark Tonmoy D Costa: Moving school 2018 which was organized by Asian Lay Leaders (ALL) Forum was a great experience for me. In this program, I got to know some new topic and some topic more widely than before. If I say about the 1st day it was full of adventures to me. Cause, our moving school started with exposure. For the exposure, organizers created three teams and three different places to visit. But I think I am one of the luckiest people because I was chosen for the ‘Team 1’. Our exposure place was Madhupur. By going there I gathered some information or knowledge as you say. I get to know about the struggle of those people because of eco-park, and then we also visited the tomb of the honorable Piren Snal. He laid his own village Joynagacha. He had died by the military because of protesting against the government project, Madhupur Eco-Park. We visited the Lahura forest which is in Eco-park area.
We also visited the “Tuberculosis service center” which is established by Dr. Erick Baker. MBBS. All over the exposure period is a memorable experience for me. Our first session was held on the 2nd day about “Asian Churches, FABC and Triple Dialogue which was given by Mr. Paul Hawng. The topics of this session were completely new to me. From this session, I got to know about the situation of us people who are living in Asia continent. We also got the chance to know about Federation of Asian Bishops Conference (FABC) and about their activities. If I say about this session it was all about new learning for me. The Second session about “Spirits Dwellen in-universe”: Spirituality on Diversity was taken by Fr. Niphot Thaiwan. In this session, I learned about the new way of learning. The most interesting part of his session was hugging with the trees; feel them and listening to them. So it was a new experience as well. There were three more sessions, One was about: Youth as an advocate for human rights especially Women in Bangladesh.”; One was about “Interreligious Dialogue, A lifeline for Peoples in Asia” and the last one was about “Integral Human Development and Ecological Sustainability in light of Evangelli Gaudium and Laudate Si” Don’t know about others. If I say about my favorite session I will say about “Interreligious Dialogue, A Lifeline for people in Asia” by Brother Erick Teize. If anyone asks me why this session is my favorite? I will say that the answer is in the theme line of this session “Interreligious Dialogue, a Lifeline for people in Asia” means a lifeline for us. The cultural night was amazing and organizing Moving School was amazing. I am very thankful to Asian Lay Leaders (ALL) forum, Mymensing Diocese & at last our BCSM. If I don’t mention some it will be my great mistake the name are: Felicia Dian (Coordinator of ALL), Paul Hawng (ALL), William Nokrek (President of BCSM), Shoshi Sylvester Perris (Secretary of BCSM), Executive members of National Committee and at last the Animator & Mymensingh Diocese. I have learned a lot, I am learning a lot & I will learn a lot Because of BCSM
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