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May 04, 2010


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Rose Bradbury

Hmmm, those desks look very similar to the ones we see in rural Ethiopia. What's so very humbling is the children's zeal to work overshadows their lack of resources, so they learn sitting on the dirt or on lumps of mud.

Woody M. Collins

Hi Rose,

You are so right about the children's zeal. They could have taught my kids to be thankful.

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