Danish Care Worker voted most Most Inspiring Person of 2016 by German magazine

Read about how Anja Ringgren Lovén rescued a Nigerian ‘witch child’ to be voted the Most Inspiring Person of 2016, ahead of President Obama, the Dalai Lama, Charlize Theron, Pope Francis and Leonardo DiCaprio.

Reading the article reminded me of assemblies this week about Giving and showing kindness to others, as well as a word we’ve referred to in Year 11 and Year 10 GCSE classes: agape. Unconditional love, or agape, is something to remember when you’re looking for gifts to bring in for the charity shoebox collections, or the Food Bank donations, that are big on the agenda this December.

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