Monthly Archives: January 2021

“To leave the world a bit better. . . .”

This week we visited an IDP Camp (Internally Displaced Persons, or refugees) just not far from Ouelessebougou main town.  After our visit, John recorded our experience as follows: Djiba, Ann, Roger and I piled into Madi’s sedan and drove to … Continue reading

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Claire Prepares for Mali and an OBGYN Expedition

Our attentions have turned back to Mali and helping Claire prepare for her medical expedition.  For the last 3 years, Claire has been working on putting together a group of OBGYN doctors, nurses and scrub techs to go to Ouelessebougou … Continue reading

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Character is Already Determined

President Ronald Reagan sums up the idea of the fundamental nature of character and what it takes to make good decisions as a leader. In a May 1993 speech to the cadets at The Citadel in South Carolina, Reagan said: … Continue reading

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