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Muhire Noel wishes to know everything about the family members he was never able to meet, especially his great grandparents, and Nyirangendahimana Consolate tells him stories about each person. Nyirangendahimana Consolate shares a family history that includes her father's love of listening to prayer, lighting her grandfather's cigarettes, and drawing strength from her mother. She also reminds Muhire Noel that the most important thing is to learn to be calm, overcome conflict, and always believe the future is bright.

"You have to know how to be still. That roughness of adolescence, it requests you to know how to overcome it. I overcame it because of prayer. That’s my advice to you. Another thing is to pay attention to your parents’ advice." Nyirangendahimana Consolate

"You can advise me. You told me that, in these years - 17 and 18 - that’s where some start to fall. You can give me advices that will help me in life so that I can help also my colleagues." Muhire Noel

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SEPTEMBER 2014 - Archival Science 14 (Nos. 3-4, 2014): 275-306. Available here

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