Postcards from The Web

ImageI first met Maisha founder Beatrice Williamson when she was an interview guest on the morning news. (You can see that here, or scroll below.)

Born in a small Kenyan village – please do not even call it a town – in a warn-torn region of the world. (Please do not dismiss civil strife and war as anything less than horrible for humankind.) I saw in this beautiful, inspiring, statuesque woman someone who beams with the spirituality of the highest order. And it was made possible, I believe she will tell you today, by education. By opportunity. Her life is dedicated to changing the lives of others, since Maisha actually means “life”, you can understand how the orphanage in her home village came to be

Flash forward to the far-less humble city of Oklahoma City in the USA where Aunty Bea (to her kids at Maisha)  asked me to…

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