Dani Dermawan said that he felt blessed during the training session. Personally, this method is very helpful to him to start making changes in himself that can be an inspiration for others, through team building and child mentoring.
Kristin Kasih said, this material is fun, not boring and brought himself to be more reflective.
Gagas Gagah, initially thought that the one-day training would be boring and the participants would check-out. Evidently, this training is very different and no one was sleepy. The training was very refreshing, fun, and touched the problems that are burdens and stresses in real life. He feels relieved and surprised because everyone could talk.
Pulihati Pintar said, “This is a new experience for me, and I feel happy. There is no distance between adolescents and adult facilitators. All people can talk and feel equal. There are no teachers and no pupils; all become partners for speaking and listening to each other.”
Sujud Sempurna felt the tools in Creating Cultures of Peace helped him see deeper into himself. “I became increasingly able to focus on what I can do. These tools make me stronger and more capable. I realized I am able, and I feel more confident. Another thing I’ve learned is to be a good listener. After this training, now I have to struggle to practice these tools in my daily life.”