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If you read my last posting, you know my son Clay is in Cairo. He's been there all school year studying Arabic at the American University of Cairo. I asked him to be a guest blogger today.
Clay writes: A few weeks ago I had one of those good lessons that teaches about the important things in life and how attitude really can make all the difference.
A friend and I were invited to teach an English language conversation class at a local NGO (non-governmental agency) here in Cairo, Egypt. Our class consisted of 18- to 40-year-old men, all Sudanese refugees. After slight hesitation, we accepted and began to be excited about the project. ~ Read More