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by William | October 24, 2008 at 6:51 PM
I can't resist. I'm a sucker, a sap, a father of daughters. When I look into the eyes of an 8-9 year old girl I see the future of the world. There is hope!
Yes, its true, girls are the same around the world. Imagine how our world would be if each and every girl had a life free of violence, filled with love and had access to education.
There is hope indeed!
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Hi again Sally,
Honestly, I have no doubt that women can run things better and more FAIR than men. I've learned this over my years of observing and listening.
Ellen Johnson Firleaf is the first female president in Africa. A lady was elected president of Germany. I would LOVE to actively campaign for a wonderful woman for president of the US. Couldn't quite do it for Hillary because of her baggage.
let me know if you need help learning to crochet. It's very relaxing.
Beautiful photography. You captured a lot. Isn't it exciting that we are part of a community that invites women from all over the world to share and learn?! We are in the midst or something great and some great people too.
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