Monthly Archives: October 2011

A Reminder

Last week, we celebrated Zambia’s independence by traveling down to the Itezhi-tezhi reservoir, a massive lake created by a dam that controls the flow of the Kafue River. You can drive to Itezhi-tezhi from the north by taking a bumpy … Continue reading

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I feel an overwhelming sense of gratitude today, more so than other days. Today, I confirmed that my dear friend Justin successfully underwent a liver transplant, and that while he’s not out of the woods yet, everything went as well … Continue reading

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Why do we suffer?

I was recently given the great privilege of hearing some personal stories from a group of people I had only just met. They opened up and told stories of joy and lightness but also stories of sorrow and suffering. I … Continue reading

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Zambia: The land of diesel and democracy

I’ve always loved visiting Malawi. I’ve been there too many times to count, and Graham lived there for almost two years. It’s a kind and beautiful country, well deserving of the moniker “The Warm Heart of Africa”. But it’s also, … Continue reading

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