After twelve years of travelling back and forth to Kenya, returning to Maasailand truly feels like going home. While travelling with The Kilgoris Project for the last two weeks we opened a new school, worked with children, rolled out Kindles in rural classrooms, taught on clean water and health care, and conducted medical clinics. As inspirational as all of this was, the best part of my time in Kenya was, as always, spending time with the Maasai people. We drank tea, celebrated, laughed, danced together and spent time strengthening deep relationships. Spending time with people is the single most important thing you can do in this part of the world - it show respect, friendship, and is always rewarding. Living in the western world, this isn't always easy for me - I tend to want to jump in and be "doing things" and not just hanging around talking. As a friend of mine likes to say "Jon - you Americans have all the watches, but the Kenyans have all the time". But after two weeks with my dear Maasai friends, I find I have all the time in the world for them.