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Amaharo 2017

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It is with extremely full hearts that we share this amazing message from a dear man Bishop Jackson Khosa (standing between Kallie and Chris):

THERE ARE SOME PEOPLE IN THIS JOURNEY CALLED LIFE-YOU MEET THEM ONCE-YOU INTER-ACT -WITH THEM-YOU LISTEN TO THEIR PERSONAL STORIES-YOU SEE THEM IN ACTION-YOUR BURIED DREAMS AND DESTINY GET RESURRECTED-REVIVED AND RESTORED. THAT IS WHAT HAPPENED TO ME AT THE RECENT-AMAHORO-GATHERING IN KENYA;

WHEN I MET THESE TWO BEAUTIFUL SOULS FROM SASKATCHEWAN-CANADA-AS THEY

PRESENTED THEIR LIFE STORIES WITHIN THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT OF THEIR NATION-CANADA:

-KALLIE WOOD.

-CHRIS MCKEE.

MY DREAM-VISION-SONG AND DANCE:

'LET US BRING THEM TO SOUTH AFRICA ONE OF THESE GOOD DAYS'

'I BELIEVE WITH ALL MY HEART-THESE TWO BEAUTIFUL SOULS HAVE SOMETHING FOR

OUR NATION IN TERMS OF OUR JOURNEY OF RECONCILIATION-AS INDIVIDUALS AND

COLLECTIVELY AS A NATION' .....

Just wait-pray-and-you will see!

Hola

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