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February 02, 2013

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Lisa Holmes

Thanks Malcolm & England is happy to adopt you :-)

Brenda Sloggett

A little error to put right Pol Pot, not Paul, that is Pol spoken with an Irish accent!!

Jackie

I so agree about those who are poor in material things are often the most generous to give. It strikes to the core of me when I've visited people in Congo and they treat me/us like we are royalty. Its the feeling of being so undeserving of such love. Which of course is just what I am! The recipient of such undeserved love from God who loves me more than I think I will ever understand.
You are of course missed by many at GH too :)

Sarah Claire

Very thought provoking and written from the heart. People suffering poverty often have a far more generous and rich spirit. We get so immersed in 'stuff' we can start to become partially numb in areas that really matter. We definitely need to follow their example more. Thanks for sharing your understanding insight :)

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