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... can send security updates as we travel through Africa.
The security update began like this:
"The Government of Togo has announced that the Togolese presidential elections are rescheduled for April 25, 2015. During any election season, there is an elevated likelihood of demonstrations, marches, rallies, and strikes. Additionally, information regarding any demonstrations typically develops rapidly before and during the events themselves.
... story: don’t lie to your pastor! – there was laughter at this lighthearted comment.) By the time we finished the study, I had soaked through my shirt and my trousers were wet as well. Daniel and I moved into a side office so we could have some individual counseling. Messin came back and we talked another hour about baptism, in particular about the difference between the letter and the spirit of the law. Then we had a fairly ...
... that one would not see in the west. Some a sort of cute because of the naivete they represent, some of quite amusing, and some our quite disgusting. C'est la vie in the developing world.
For dinner I had a very nice fish dish, which I had already enjoyed here once. It was a king- mackerel fillet in a gravy sauce and lightly spiced rice. One of the reasons ...
... young people in Africa they have no steady jobs; they just try to se débrouiller, as they say here.
Digression warning: The fascinating French word brouiller, comes from an old Gallo-Latin word meaning bouillon, or broth, a mix of things. So brouiller came to mean to mix up, confuse, or fall out (between people). Brouillard is the French word for fog. Attach the de prefix and you undo the mix up. So the reflexive form se débrouiller which is ...
... certain lessons – Abraham, David and Solomon paid a heavy price for their marital mistakes and misplaced priorities.