I was certain that God had a greater purpose for me, and I prayed every day for Him to reveal it to me. At first I was expecting Him to show me my entire future all at once – maybe with a flash of lightening and a clap of thunder thrown in for good measure. But I came to learn that God never shows us something that we aren’t ready to understand. Instead, He lets us see what we need to see, when we need to see it. He’ll wait until our eyes and hearts are open to Him, and then when we’re ready, He will plant our feet on the path that’s best for us . . . but it’s up to us to do the walking.How she strengthened her relationship with God through the experience is the focus on the book, but it's not heavily and overbearing. I recommend this book to anyone interested in learning more about the genocide, or looking for a good source of inspiration! Ms. Ilibagiza currently travels around the U.S. talking about faith, hope and forgiveness, check her website to see if she'll be in your neighborhood soon. If you live in NYC, she'll be in town on April 14th at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Brooklyn. Maybe I'll see you there!