We go to schools to break down barriers there. Christian wants to give the students the opportunity to experience his charisma and his will up close. We talk about the difficulties and about the struggles as a disabled person, about our lives and family. We share our attitude to life, to ourselves, talk about doubts and fears, and about the strength to overcome them. We talk about our journeys with the camper which took us all the way to syria.
We would like to thank the schools, which offer children and young people the opportunity to look outside the box.
We go to discussions, show up in public, attend events. We want to show that you can live on an equal footing with a disability. And also want to draw attention to many restrictions that hinder Christian and other handicapped persons. These are often worse than the disability itself.
Christian tries to be stronger than his illness. Talking, sharing, changing, communicating values.
In readings, we tell from our lives. We are happy about the contact with the people and let them participate in the 25 years of our friendship. The ups and downs, the funny and sad experiences of how we lay on the ground and got back up. As we believed in ourselves and never gave up. What it means to have to prevail and how valuable friendship is. How nice it is to support each other and how to gain strength from it.
An experience, again and again, also for us.