The Knights of Good Hope Battle The Dragons of Tanzania

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I love Fairy Tales and Fables and I live in a land made of them.

There are real life fairy tales going on all around me. fairy tales in a country with few books and scarcely any authors, a land where the meaning of dreams focuses on survial until tomorrow. Fairy tales where the dragons roam the street breathing the all-consuming fire of poverty, the knights fight the dragons swathed in armour made of dedication and sheer damned strength of will. The good witch battles daily to cast her spells of education over the happy, smiling and friendly ordinary folk who breed children pure and open-minded and with a longing for the succour of knowledge. A land where the inevitable little people eating ogres run amok in large castles called government. Here they control and influence the minds of those ordinary folk that are trying to do a good job. Here…

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2 thoughts on “The Knights of Good Hope Battle The Dragons of Tanzania

    gillswriting said:
    October 19, 2014 at 3:55 pm

    Jo, your continued support and the boost it gives my humble blog is truly and sincerely received with gratitude my friend. Keep happy and keep writing x

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      jorobinson176 responded:
      October 19, 2014 at 4:35 pm

      Aah – lovely Gill! I’ve always thought what you’re doing is just awe inspiring. I know what rural Africa is like, and the love and care that you show for the children, the people, and the continent will always have my undying respect. Plus – I remember you from before your wild ride out of Europe, and you were an awesome lady back then too. Stay well, and keep up the strength my friend. XXXX

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