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Currently Reading: A Chance to Die

The amazing re-telling of the story of an Irish girl who throughout her life traveled to live to London,  Japan, China, Sir Lanka(then called Ceylon), and finally India -  and the people she touched with the love and good new of Jesus all along the way - her own brothers & sisters, the mill girls, a dear old man, children (her "Lotus Buds"), demon possessed, and the temple girls. 

"The preoccupations of seventeen-year-old girls - their looks, their clothes, their social life - do not change very much from generation to generation. But in every generation there seem to be a few who make other choices. Amy was one of the few." (pg 31) 
"She deplored the tendency she found in herself to do more talking and writing about praying than actual praying. She lacked practice, she wrote, so was it small wonder she was an infant in prayer speech. Would her friends at home help? Would they, when they wakened in the night or were busy at work and her name flashed into min…

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