CARP Cambodia Wins Over Its Workshop Participants

On September 16-18th, 2016 CARP Cambodia held a three day education workshop. There was a total of 10 participants. When the participants first arrived, they seemed nervous and quiet.

80% of the Cambodian population is Buddhist so they were curious about the new ideas and concepts taught during the workshop. The lectures throughout the workshop focused on Unification Principles and how they are relevant to our everyday lives.

“On the second day, they observed and listened carefully. The participants probably had questions running through their heads; who are they? Why are they trying to teach me these concepts?” –Roth Thavret

  Participants of the 3-day workshop carefully listening to the lecturer

Participants of the 3-day workshop carefully listening to the lecturer

In the beginning, there was an air of anxiety but as the days progressed, the participants became more relaxed and open. The MC engaged the participants in some fun games and tried his best to enlighten the atmosphere; to make everyone happy and comfortable. 
“I could see the participants started to open up and enjoy the lectures.” – Roth Thavret

Some of the participants were very interested in learning more so we let them stay at the CARP center for a longer period of time to study in more depth the teachings of our founder, Father Moon. We also welcomed participants who wanted to become CARP members to stay at our center.

  Participants pose for a group photo at the end of the workshop

Participants pose for a group photo at the end of the workshop