Take yourself back a number of years, and picture the endless lines and groups of humans as they tried to escape the horrors of their homeland, and embark on a journey into a new country, a safe country. The refugee crisis was in full swing... young men, families with children... all striving for a better life, and in many cases, striving for life.
The image captured from this was one that our guest, Rando Wagner, experienced first hand, and really gave him drive and strength. The surreal feeling he got from this situation is something that has stayed with him ever since.
Rando Wagner's heart was touched, and a sense of solemness had thrust itself inside him... the sights he was seeing on the television was something else. The thoughts that entered into him were ones of horror and shock, and gave him chilling thoughts that reminded him of the history he'd been taught from days gone by in Germany.
This alone, gave him the trigger to utilise his position as cabin crew, and the time he had available to embark on a journey that would help and support the most vulnerable people as they tried to make the treacherous journey away from their war-torn homeland to pastures new.
Join us as Rando talks us through his project 'One Human Race', the stories he has lived through, and the amazing work that he and his team are doing.