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... of the land and the water. The lead produced apparently is principally used in the manufacturing of paint, but also has other industrial applications. Two years ago three members of the community were assassinated by thugs contracted by the mine, and their identity is quite openly known to the community and the police. However no arrests were made at that time, as it is clear that the police and local policians are bought off by the mine. A few weeks early this ...
... in buses and expect to be transported.
Life is not easy for the conductor of a bus in Honduras. Despite it being December, the sun was beating down hot in the Sula afternoon and the usual unruly crowds made a mess of the simple job of boarding a bus in peace. One might expect a little improvement in their behavior if the company assigned them seat numbers, but those days seem far away. Just as it happens at airports, the ticket clerk showed up at the dock ...
... still a bit sleepy and not anxious to interact with a stranger. Magna brightened up especially with the youngest child. More clothes were taken out and shoes were sized. The children were not overly excited about new clothing, but then I think as children we never considered clothing to be a "real gift" but more something that mom and dad wanted for us.
At 4 pm the time was up, the children gathered up the new clothes and we said goodbye. There were no tears from ...
... Edwin to convey to the family our condolences - the other 12 siblings had not yet arrived.
We returned to the radio station and I got back to working on a retreat that I am giving to the twin teams of RP and ERIC next week. About 5:30 Melo came looking for me and he said "Let's go!" Rarely does he tell me where we are going until we are on our way. His comment was that he needed to pay his respects to the dead. I asked him if it was Matilde and he said yes. Matilde died ...
... country which I visited last December that first introduced me to them as a couple, as they awaited the coming of this special little girl. Not that I needed to be more connected, but the reality is that someday Melo might be moved or unable to continue in El Progreso. He is a member of the society and the Central American province of Jesuits. He told me yesterday that he had just been informed that in his visit to Washington DC in November he is to ...
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