Kate McKenzie


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  1. I can’t wait to see the new Television Interviews!! Seeing as we’ve just had to do so many interviews ourselves recently.

  2. Inspiration is one thing that you never cease to provide. Your movement, your step towards a beautiful world is wonderful. I’ve always wanted to get out and change the world in the smallest and simplest ways for one girl to do. But you have gone beyond limits and set forth for a journey to change the world with followers…what more can one ask for? You’ve always been my inspiration and always will be. Thank you, Kate.

    • Milan I am excited to see what you will bring to the world. The quote that most comes to mind right now is one from Marianne Williamson “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.’ We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There’s nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It’s not just in some of us; it’s in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we’re liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.” Regardless of what our religious beliefs may be I think she sums up pretty well why it’s so important to pursue head-long what we love and believe that it is possible!

  3. Kate, I’m really excited about your journey and about your partnership with CPL for inspiring youth programming. All the best! I’ll be following your blog and video updates. Thank you for undertaking and sharing this adventure.

    • Thanks Shelley! So excited about Youth Worldviews Project! I think it will be such a great opportunity to really grow the leadership potential we have in our own city and help connect amazing youth and their energy with other organizations to work towards common goals!

  4. Hi Kate or Miss. Mckenzie,

    I’d first like to say that you are an inspiration!! You have always been since the first day I entered your grade 9 class and you still are! I tell all my high school friends about the amazing things you are doing halfway around the world!
    I notice that you still have Inspirational Mondays, and I wish my teachers started off the week with something to dazzle and intrigue their students with!

    I want to share a video which I found on tumblr – it is very inspirational and compelling – http://vimeo.com/37119711
    It reminded me of what we use to do in Hum class and I felt it had key points in the video in which you use to tell us to do – take action and make a difference! It is also relevant to your current location in Uganda. I’ve shared it with fellow AJA students who still go to AJA and those who don’t. I’m hoping that my efforts to spread awareness and share this video will create a small change one step at a time just as you are. I wish you a safe journey and the best of luck!

    • Bernice you should ask if you could do your own Inspirational Mondays. Don’t wait for someone else to do it or to think of it – just make it happen. If you keep them short Eg. 2-5 minutes I think you would be hard pressed to find a teacher who wouldn’t agree to it once a week. Check out the Facebook post I made regarding this video as I think you will find it interesting and may present you with some new perspectives. I admire your desire to get involved and make a difference.

  5. so great to communicate with you.

    here in D.R.Congo we are still keeping so nice and continuing with our focus to breaking the cycle of violence and poverty through educationally and physically assistance

  6. Hi Miss Mckenzie we all miss u hope your having a great time. Nice work on the project and i cant wait till the next video.

  7. I realy love your responce to Kony video it was a totally different view of the video it helped people to look at Uganda in a differnt way. Great Job.

  8. Katie , its been a while since we communicated , but this is to say that thank you for your time that we had together at KiBO Foundation in Kampala- Uganda , it was inspiring to us the youth ,especially the courage that you showed by taking up this adventure ,We reaally had a fantastic time together and hope to meet some time soon .A good adventure , be focused on what you want to achieve that will keep you stronger and stronger .There are some pictures that i have and a short videos of the session that we had at KiBO ,How can i get it to you ?All the best .

    • Thanks so much Paul! I really loved being at KiBO! The students there are amazing and your energy and enthusiasm is such a big part of why KiBO is experiencing so much success! Please pass along to Abraham that I am almost done the book he gave me and I have learned so much from it! The best way to send pictures and videos is to my gmail account worldviewsproject2012@gmail.com If it’s too big for that we’ll come up with another solution.

  9. Thank you kate, sorry i took long to respond . i will let Abraham know that the book he gave you ,is useful and you are about to complete reading it. I will send you the pictures so you can may be post some of them on the web for others to view the wonderful people you met down here ,Hope you are having fun down there in Viet Nam..Regards from all the students and the Staff at KiBO Foundation.We wish you all the best in this journey .

  10. Hello Kate,
    how are you doing? i miss your videos! i have not seen one any time recently, i hope you are alright. hope to here from you soon!

    • Thanks for your concern Nia. Hope you were able to see the latest film. I was very sick recently with typhoid but I’m feeling a lot better now and back to being able to do more editting again!

  11. Hi Kate!
    i would like to thank you for visiting my country Pakistan. i am a dual national and just heard your interview on CBC Radio.
    thank you for your great comments about Pakistan and the youth representing it. i am going to Pakistan in end of June for getting married in Islamabad. I would like to invite you on my wedding if you are there by that time. i highly regard you effort of spreading good.
    you make me proud as a Canadian and as a Pakistani.
    Thank you so much
    Salman Nassar

    • i agree, she sure i strying her best to spread good news, and i thank her for that! thnx Kate! and good luck im gladd you are feeling better

  12. Your personal project has obviously led you to unexpected places and has allowed you to experience numerous meaningful unique moments. A common thene in your blogs and videos is kindness. It reminds me of a banner that I always posted in my classroon when I was teaching: being kind is more important than being right. And wouldn’t our world be so much better if everyone did their best to live by that mantra.
    Wishing you a safe and healthy journey during the remainder of your project.

    • Thank you so much Benoit. It’s true, kindness and compassion are essential. Have you heard about the Charter for Compassion (www.charterforcompasion.org)? I think it might be right up your alley!

  13. Hi Kate,
    Keep making a difference! I am glad you are teaching and showing the way to make the world better. I am trying to do this too, using media to augment my volunteerism, and also serving in Rotaract. I hope you enjoy the video http://youtu.be/XIiZpwMlUzo I made about the flood volunteerism and the other interviews I did of flood volunteers. I hope they may be useful in your instruction/ These can be found in http://www.youtube/imageideals .

    warm regards,

    Jeff Bingley

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