Day Fourteen

A Program for Happiness To live content with small means; To seek elegance rather than luxury, and refinement rather than fashion; To be worthy, not respectable; and wealthy, not rich; To study hard, think quietly, talk gently, act frankly; To listen to the stars and the birds, to babes and sages with an open heart; To bear all cheerfully and bravely, await occasions, hurry never; In a word, to let the spiritual, unbidden and unconscious grow up through the common. -William Henry Chandler [divider scroll_text="SCROLL_TEXT"] Photo Feb 28, 1 01 26 AMThroughout our travels here in South Africa, we have had the pleasure to give friendship bracelets to men, woman, and children we meet along the way.  These brightly colored handmade works of art are a symbol of our love and friendship to the recipients.  We are grateful to the many individuals, classes and groups who so generously made and donated the bracelets. Thank you to Convent of the Visitation 4th and 5th grade, Mr. Steve Wright and Ms. Jen Parenteau, teachers, Carondelet Catholic 5th grade class,Mrs. Beth Sousa, teacher, Alex DeFiore, Otter Lake Elementary in White Bear Lake, Nathaniel Pakola, Mrs.Oklobzija's third grade class, East View Elementary School-Lakeville Area Schools, Woodland Elementary School-Osseo Area Schools, Mrs. Stephanie Foley's1st grade class at Glacier Hills Elementary-Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan School District, The Halunen-WeissFamily, The Riesgraf Family,The Maschka-Hansen Family,The Myers Family, The Eggerud Family and The Le Family. Your generosity touches us and the hearts of many. Peace, The 2014 Delegation