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Most Americans cannot relate to the lives of our sisters and brothers who live in Third World countries. Though only occasionally traveling overseas, we often select Europe as our destination — a cruise on the  Danube or a trip to Italy. Thus, imagining what it is like to live in real poverty is almost incomprehensible. 

After living in three different African countries for 17 years, I have experienced extreme poverty. In most African villages, owning a bicycle or a radio is a sign of wealth.

When I visited  the village at Christmas, there were no cold drinks and the temperature wa...



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