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Unpacking a Gift from 21 Years Ago

Unpacking a Gift from 21 Years Ago

Dec 22, 2014-- While cleaning out her dresser, a woman stumbles across a beautiful handwoven purse that was gifted to her by a special teacher more than two decades ago. A question from her husband leads her to reflect for the first time on what prompted that teacher's thoughtful gesture. What followed was a beautiful insight on the ways in which our lives are supported by the kindness of countless people. Read Guri Mehta's reflections on 'being raised by a village', and watch the infectious music video that encapsulates the spirit of her words. (16684 reads)


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