They call her 'Mama', and Panagiota, 82, says refugees are her family now. The Greek villager hosts 5 refugees in her house in Idomeni, and more visit each day. She welcomes them warmly with home-cooked food, hot showers - and limitless grandma hugs. "I have company in the house, I talk… we laugh… even though we can't understand each other.'
"This really was a victory for that 8-year-old in that refugee camp. This was a victory for the young woman being forced into child marriage. This was a victory for every person that's been told they have limits on their dreams." Link