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Childhood Games (long) [16]
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Publish-date-icon January 1, 2012
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Childhood Games (long) [16]

In this audio conversation connected to the first of four stories with an African setting in his book Global Crossroads, author Mo Tejani talks about the numerous children’s games he and his group of diverse friends played in Uganda, marveling at the myriad cross-cultural and managerial skills those games taught him and how he was able to apply those skills throughout his adulthood. Contrasting the innocence and simplicity of those games some half a century ago with the current high-tech digital games of today, Mo reflects on how those simple games were communal in nature, involving team work and team spirit, as opposed to the boy and machine solitude of today’s world of games.

This audio conversation serves as a companion piece to the story “Childhood Games” in Mo’s book Global Crossroads: Memoirs of a Travel Junkie (February 2012).

This is one of a number of conversations between award-winning author Mohezin (Mo) Tejani www.motejani.com” and digital nomad, educator, and edtech consultant Chris Smith shamblesguru.com hosted at globalcrossroads.podomatic.com

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