What a great interview and piece on the development of Cambodia’s “Rainbow School,” named by after our local resident, Bernice Dyck by her son Rick in 2003. Mrs. Dyck’s personal history of humanity and kindness has positively touched the lives of those both aboard in a remote village of northern Cambodian and in the confines of my home.
Her story has restored my own belief system that good people exist out there and has given me hope that goodness can prevail in such times as Trumpism, zealous bigotry, righteous hard-liners (“right” and “left”) constantly seeking converts to their side, and all the rest.
Thank you, Gail Marshall, for providing readers with the best Sunday headlines, and Mrs. Dyck for sharing her extraordinary life experience as a special mother to daughter Chenda, ambitious mentor to girls of youth, and lastly for not letting age and apathy get in her way.
Phyllis B. Brown, Fresno