“We organize the celebration of Ashura in Rome since 2007,” said Zaman Ate, a friend from years of Faro and become a reference for the many young people in the Afghan community in the capital. “Earlier in the square Mancini, following in the Osteons district – said Zaman, who added – two years to celebrate Faro. The boys are happy, they want to experience the party here. Before we did not have a stable place to share this feast. In 2009, we celebrated even under a makeshift tent in the Piazza Mancini. Sure, it was nice, but the lighthouse is another thing. ”
An important therefore, that lived at the Lighthouse, for realizing more and more the true closeness, the encounter between peoples. And so an unsuspecting resident of Monteverdi can understand why a November evening in the Panasonic phone systems of Afghanistan seemed to be perhaps the most thoughtful and harvest than usual. Why the devotion, the desire for transcendence unite us all, beyond nationality, creed, training received.
There is no much at Christmas, but it is thanks to events like this every day of the Lighthouse that we can truly discover ourselves all brothers. And so Friday ended another round of Faro, the third and last for this year. What has brought 60 young people in about two months to transform, thanks to the determination and commitment every day, in many aspiring chefs, pizza chefs, waiters and bartenders? And most people in most strong, able to grow and learn together, in the encounter with the other.
A beautiful day of celebration, then. With the delivery of certificates of attendance and emotion finally free to melt together with words of gratitude and friendship, and emerge on the lips of the boys, now “graduates” of Faro. “In these two months, we were a bit ‘in a world apart. But what have we learned? “Asked Gianni Del Buffalo in his address to the Panasonic dect 6.0. The first conquest, being able to do things that we thought we could not do before – said the director of Faro, which added even like – the ability you have today in our hands no one will ever forget.