aura-sm-square-author By William Aura

We invite you to sit back, relax and join our circle in Tintale village as PFCF student Abhishek Khatri and others rehearse their performance for an upcoming music program presentation. Abhishek's education is lovingly sponsored by supporter Aline King and we thank her for her dedication.

The favored class is led by our great master teacher Ganesh who is deeply respected by the students. "The Farewell Song" is his original composition. The lyrics are in general a warm goodbye blessing to all of us who have come to help them. They also express in the lyrics that if they made any mistakes they apologize - 'please forgive me' they sing. Very charming.

And check this out! Nepali administrator Shyam Basnet has just received a brand-new iPad Pro and associated gear from longtime PFCF supporters Maurie and Vivien Stang! These vital tools will be used to document the journey of our students in both Tintale village and Katari as well as the Mother's Society and their social action programs.

Here you see Shyam for the first time begin to document Abhishek's performance with the new equipment - not only for the student's personal review but to share with the world through the Playing For Change portal. Thank you Maurie and Vivien for this compassionate act.

PFCF social media wunderkind team Paola and Cherry will now be able to partner with Shyam on this developing content and release for all the world to see. This is what change looks like. We are here to encourage a new generation of peacemakers. We are Playing For Change.

Onward and Upward,

William Aura

PFCF Asian Music Programs Director