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About our cover THINKING IT THROUGH
That greatest of world-wanderers, Odysseus in Homer's classical Greek poem, wanted no honor or victory more than the "fair wind" that would bring him to the "honey lights of home."
Home means as much to most of us. And getting back to a single room or tiny flat can mean as much as coming home to a mansion.
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Dorothy Dipuo Maubane
Praying for our country
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A country of promise
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Sara Catherine Foster with contributions from David Alan Foster, Marian J. Foster
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