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A Lesson from Ghana: Live by the Two Great Commandments

by Melvin Rhodes
 
Ghana is one of the friendliest countries in the world. It seems like everybody wants “to be your friend.” From the moment you arrive until the time of departure, it seems like nobody will leave you alone. Many request your e-mail address, while others want their photograph taken with you. Any visitor is bound to feel like the center of attention.
 

"Overcoming" Largely Depends on the Support of Family and Friends

by Melvin Rhodes

A good friend of mine is a recovering alcoholic.

That means he recognizes he has a major problem with alcohol and that he can never have another drink. He has not had a drink for over six years now.

He attends AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) three times a week. To some, this may seem like an addiction in itself, but he knows he needs the support of others sharing the same struggle.

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