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Reflections

Max Barrett

Posted 12:55AM on Friday, August 17, 2007 Pacific Time

This has been a great trip! I met lots of new people, all very
interesting and kind. I was surprised to see how quickly the kids
picked up photography, they were like instant photographers!
I was also surprised how happy the kids were with their situations. It
makes me appreciate what I have even more. And now I have many
stories to tell when I get back to school.

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What an amazing project! Really shows you how each of us has our own way of looking at the world...It means a lot for you guys to enable these kids to share their perspective. I can't wait to hear some of those stories!
Gus Guthrie
Arlington, Virginia, USA
Posted Wednesday, August 29, 2007 4:13PM

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I want to be alive when the cure comes. Whatsoever there is that tries to stop me, I will jump over it. Nothing can stop me.
Nozandulela Samela
Cape Town project participant


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