"I'm what the world considers to be a phenomenally successful man. And I've failed much more than I've succeeded. And each time I fail, I get my people together, and I say, "Where are we going?" And it starts to get better." - Calvin Trager
Sunday, June 20, 2004 Ann and Mackinnon bargain with a shopmaker at Kaneishi Market for a length of fabric. Once they bought the fabric, they took it over to Victor's wife, who took their measurements and is making it into clothes for them. This shop is a booth on the third floor of the market building (pretty hot up there). It is one of what seem like a hundred booths up there that all have pretty similar selections of cloth. But you can see what a great selection they have. | Mike at 6/20/2004 11:52:00 AM
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"Christ's example is being
demeaned by the church if they ignore the new leprosy,
which is AIDS. The church is the sleeping giant here.
If it wakes up to what's really going on in the rest
of the world, it has a real role to play. If it doesn't,
it will be irrelevant."