The 2nd Global Model UN gave me perspective. It was a promotion, a recognition and an eyeopener. It is a continuing experience and a never-ending story. I know all good things must come to an end, but I don't believe that GMUN 2010 will be one of those things that will end for me. I've learnt so much, from people all over the world, I found patience, where there was none to be found. I worked with some of the smartest and most unique people from all over the world and I learnt a lot about myself in the process. I came away from this experience with more faith in the United Nations and what it stands for, and yet also a more critical eye for the flaws and imperfections.
I had an amazing time and thankfully, did not to actually bring a camera along with me to the conference thanks to the kind folks @ Waggener Edstrom, who lent me the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10. Like the UN, it does some seriously amazing stuff. Like amazing pictures and Timescape, which lent a gorgeous chronological and almost dream like quality to all the things I did on the phone. However, the execution was sometimes, a little flawed and it felt like 90% of it was all there, it just needed another 10% to make it perfect.??
I had a great time in Kuala Lumpur, and I would give you more than just a few short sentences, but it'd be impossible. I need 1000 words. For Each day. So I give you 10 pictures. One for each day. 10 pictures for the memory of 10 perfect, frightening, amazing, emotional days.