Lesson 1 (from The Eternal Spring)
Before she is even aware of any ethnic divide in Rwanda, Immaculee Ilibagiza is brought up in an idyllic setting, atop a hillside overlooking Lake Kivu, by her loving family. The early years of Immaculee's life do much to provide a foundation her moral and religious sentiments; and the objective of this lesson is to examine how Immaculee is grounded both morally and spiritually.
1) Class Discussion: What sort of upbringing does Immaculee have, as related in "The Eternal Spring"? What are the evident major factors in her upbringing? What roles do her parents play in her growing up? What roles do her brothers play? What is her relationship with each of her brothers? How does each member of her family contribute to her moral and spiritual formation? What role does Immaculee's faith play in her upbringing? What Catholic or Christian principles are evidently instilled into...
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