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From The Times, London, July 18, 1988
"Amongst the desperately poor ... and the educationally deprived I have often found a richness of spirit and a depth of trust in God which puts many Western Christians to shame. Being well fed and well housed and well educated is no proof of a healthy spirit, a depth of faith or insight into God's purposes. When things take us over we live increasingly restricted in the present moment."
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