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Once again, Karen, thank you! These reports are delightful. The meal looked delicious, and the ceremony civilized and gracious.
(As a parallel, when I visit Nicaragua – where many citizens live in poverty – I am often struck by the degree of civility, often lacking in the U.S. It reminds me that being a wealthy nation doesn’t make us a better nation. Although I love our country, our freedoms, our opportunities, many cultures are richer in this respect.)
Karen, what a heartwarming story. Thank you for inviting us to join you for this unexpected meal. Enjoy!
It has been a blessing to recieve you in our locality.The people of Shebraber and community would like to see you again and again.We were highly encouraged by your visit and the promisse you made to support our community is a great signof solidarity.Thank you for giving this much publicity.God Bless you.
What a wonderful story. I enjoyed it a lot. It is true that there might be possible health risk issues, but the fact is that such ideas are often pronounced more than the actual potential of the risk itself. I was born and raised in Shashamene at Ethiopian Adventist College Mission compunt. We always have missionary vistors and they tell us the same story. After a month or two, the story often changes. Thanks for sharing your experience.
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Karen Barr is the publisher, editor and founder of Raising Arizona Kids magazine.