Section A) contained a quote which made me think about a few previous life experiences. These experiences inspired me and in some way prepared me for this mediation course. This quote captures the same idea that several lecturers of different subjects have discussed with me. It’s about the importance of equality but also individuality of people. It also reminded me that the very first memory I have in connection with mediation was when I found myself to be a mediator of instinct between two twins in my family. It was a micro conflict compared to global conflicts but I did it as a child, without any prior knowledge, just to keep the peace between family members. Still it draw attention to my interest in helping to settle conflicts. I experienced how twins can be similar and still so different. Their stand points, opinions and interests were usually the exact opposite even though they had similar DNA and the same upbringing. In the family they were free to express their differences, I knew them very well and they listened to me, that is what allowed me to help them. Unfortunately throughout my studies I have met countless occurrences in history where mediation was not as natural as it is in my family on an interpersonal level.