Courage is the ability to look at the challenges ahead and believe that you can conquer them. Two weeks ago, a group of Grade 11 students went out to the Legon Botanical Gardens with the hopes of teaching this virtue to children from the Handy *Vangelism Home in Haatso. The obstacle course set up before us sent chills down most of our spines, but we had to look past them and be brave for the children. Little children with big dreams of becoming soldiers, doctors and lawyers surrounded us with enthusiasm to try something new but little did they know the nightmare that awaited them. It was due to our dedication to helping them become more self-confident that we put our fears away, lifted our chins higher and cheered them on with words of encouragement as they attempted the obstacle course. Some of them were flabbergasted, some shook and others were in tears, but we had to keep encouraging them to keep going although the course was getting harder. At the end of this activity the children were fulfilled and they understood the importance of perseverance. Initially, we aimed at teaching the children, but we ended up learning from them as well. The experience was unimaginable and has taught me the true value and importance of courage. (Mifatu Gadzekpo-Co-initiator) When you Tweet about your #CASproject and the Editor of the IBWorldmag comments … yes it is a BIG deal!!! Dear Fellow team is putting together their article to share their experience with the world. * Let’s do our bit to spread kindness.