Forced migration, as a restricting event, can be the source of a change of attitude or perspective in face of the world.

Everybody is a migrant in his or her own way. Some are forced to migrate, forced out by the violence of the events (political, climatic...). Too many, certainly.

Are refugees, in our society so rich and privileged, so confident, so proud of its sense of hospitality, not a means of mutual conversion ?

Are refugees not the messengers of our post-modern times, the new prophets who cry in the wilderness, inviting us to change our attitudes ?

Is it not important to let ourselves be affected by the coming of the men and women who tomorrow could welcome us or welcome our children, if we were to flee from our damaged, bankrupt society ?

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