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... tell them that is actually what I look a lot of the time.
Timmy (a medical student) on-upped me and came dressed as a patient. He had a real cast on that another doctors had fitted him for, a catheter taped (I hope) to his leg, and a bag of fluids running. Like he actually had a line placed in his hand and had his bag hung beside him. And just be glad none of the photos show him facing away. The moon ...
... walked around the shops, tried messaging dad but no WiFi :-( I know he won't be sleeping well until he has heard from me and I hate that, I wish I could have messaged him. I didn't spend too long looking at shops as I'm saving my cash. There were a few things I saw that I liked so if I have money afterwards I'll buy them. 1 hour down 2 to go. Thank goodness I ...
... and nothing by our western standards, yet they offer and give freely what little they have. Their faith and belief in the things of God is unshakable despite their trials and difficulties ….
I try to remember a day like this, but nothing comes close …..
Today I found a faith in a Zulu Township that truly touched and inspired me ……
I have my bible hero’s …… today I found two more !!!
... 8217;t stop smiling! Naomi and I drove back to the hall for some lunch and soaked up a bit of the 27 degree sun. I then drove a car load to Laimontville township for English class with the young girls, we played hangman with them and duck duck goose and handed out fizzers, they loved it.
We quickly got changed back at the hall and drove to Durban hall for bible class with Barry Van Heerden, it was discussion group style and ...
... a real cultural experience and
not just a gawk and take pictures experience.
was the geographic area where people of the Zulu Debe clan had made
their homes for over 200 years. Today they opened their hearts and
homes to us, inviting us in to witness a way of life that hasn't
changed much over the years.
are we going? “ I asked Jeffrey, our guide in Isithumba. We
emerged from a little end of the trail and found ...