1098: Surviving Genocide and Tribal Conflict in Zimbabwe’s Caves: A Teacher’s 4-Year Ordeal and Journey to Overcoming Trauma with Author Julien Bhebhe

Friday, May 3, 2024

How can resilience and spirituality help bridge divisions and foster unity in our communities? Cultivating inner strength and connecting with deeper values are essential for overcoming conflicts and finding common ground. Embracing these principles enables anyone to navigate differences with grace, compassion, and a shared sense of humanity. 

Julien Bhebhe is an organization development practitioner, teacher of online business communication in higher education, and an author. Through his harrowing first-hand account in his book "Four Years in a Cave," Julian brings awareness to the brutal military purge he survived and its lasting trauma. His story shines a light on the atrocities faced by ordinary citizens and helps combat indifference to human rights violations. Today, he tells the story of his experiences and teaches lessons of resilience, spirituality, and overcoming divisions, so stay tuned for more!


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