The Most Significant Moment of My Life

How is it possible that I miss the bucket showers and everything else? I miss it.

I got back home, got right into my summer sales job trying to sell some useless thing to people who already have everything. I was walking around today in neighborhoods with people who drive cars that cost more than most people in East Africa make in their entire lives. I need to get back—and I need to show people what we saw.

I remember sitting under a tree in Njoronyokie, talking about what we were learning and it hit me just then—this may be one of the most significant moments of my life.

I think that was the moment I decided I’d never let what I experienced in Tanzania die in me.

Thanks for changing the world.

—Will Sasine, 2015 Volunteer