- Many many thanks Kevin
You know I'll do what ever I can to help. My daughter could translate
the book into Russian but she has 2 part time jobs and 2 kids and
lives in NYC. Maybe I can con her at Christmas.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "kwolson2002" <kwayneolson@...>
> Pat -
> We just had a missionary in our church who is, in part, doing
> development work in the Ukraine. I pointed him to our group (they are
> trying to find small businesses to start so that seminary students can
> support themselves while taking classes, then have skills to apply when
> they graduate to make a living and improve infrastructure). They are
> currently involved in making furniture and electric lights; I thought
> our group was a natural fit. I also pointed him to the vertical shaft
> brick kiln, as I noticed that there were stacks and stacks of bricks in
> evidence in many of the slides showing construction projects. He
> thought this also might have aplication for the situation there in
> Ukraine. Though major cities appeared to be very modern in his pictures
> (streetcars, glass high-rises), people in the countryside live in what
> appeared to be conditions not far above my conception of medieval
> A friend was at Novosbirsk State University (in Siberia) a few years
> ago, teaching American Government and Politics. His pictures showed a
> similar situation - Novosbirsk is modern, but in the countryside people
> live in one-room hovels and cut hay with a scythe, collecting it with a
> three-tined hay fork! If they are well-off, they may have a horse for
> draft purposes. Even comparitively "modern" countries can have very
> primitive conditions outside of major cities.
> --- In email@example.com, "Pat Delany" <rigmatch@> wrote:
> > The MM is all about relieving third world poverty and if you can help
> > to get the word out to people involved with this, please let me know.
> > Pat
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Orca" <orca.pacific@...> wrote:
>Yes, someone from Afghanistan.
> >----- Original Message -----
> >From: wbtn2501a
> >This may be a little late to get into this thread. But... I'm a noob,
> >guided here from "Make"
> LOL. Exactly the same story as above. Came here last night.
> >Sure, an Afghani