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THE CHOICE IS ALWAYS YOURS We constantly find ourselves in situations over which we have no control. We are however always able to choose how to deal with a scenario. When a jar of jam falls from the fridge as you open the door first thing in the morning, and jam and glass splatter in all directions, there is a brief moment in which to decide how to react. If you perceive the cause to be incidental, you will probably take five minutes to clear the mess, and get on with your day. If you loudly blame everybody in the house and are angry with the world in general, your day will begin on a wrong footing. In all likelihood, you will be upset for most of the day. Migration is not easy. You can however choose how to deal with the transition. In this issue we talk to inspiring women who overcame the trauma of migration and now make positive contributions to their communities. Success does not happen overnight. Most of us are eventually rewarded for persistent effort. Children experience migration in different ways. A UNICEF study of migrant families in affluent countries such as Australia found that one third of the child population of Australia are from migrant parents. These children usually live with parents who have university degrees, and more than half of these children’s mothers actively participate in the workplace. Successful migration is measured by the extent to which you become integrated in your new community. What course of events should you expect if your daughter succumbs to Australian charm and pending marriage? One of the best experiences of migration is the ability to discover your new country. Thank you to the readers who share their unique experiences with Merise. This issue of Merise has been lovingly created by the Merise team. We hope that you will enjoy our articles, and that today, and each subsequent day, will be that much more precious with Merise in your life. Thank you for your company. Suzette

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