By Gordon Beld
Pol Pot used to be the Khmer Rouge chief whose reign of terror brought on the deaths of as much as million Cambodians within the mid-1970s. He masterminded an severe, Maoist-inspired revolution during which these Cambodians died in mass executions and from hunger and sickness. This publication of historic fiction exhibits the plight of refugees from this reign of genocide. "I'm happy to suggest a gradual Breeze from Gossamer Wings. each Christian in the United States may still learn it. it is a tale you will not are looking to miss--and it will probably switch your life," says Robert H. Schuller, Pastor, Crystal Cathedral. This e-book is a part of PREP's Judeo-Christian Ethics sequence, in addition to a PREP Reader's staff choice.
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Silently, however, Ken prayed. Dear God, thank you for this wonderful woman. She is more than I deserve. She comforts me. She cares for me. She thrills me. Prayer and lovemaking seemed not to be incongruous. He was amazed only that he didn’t remember having combined them before. He and Donna always considered the physical expression of their love to be a gift from God—and a gift they gave one another. They were grateful it was theirs alone, that neither had ever shared it with any other. The sensation of Donna’s body pressing closer to his, shifting slightly, fanned smoldering desire.
What a year it’s been. This Watergate thing’s a mess. ” He and Ken considered other evidences of corruption in government, particularly the resignation of Vice President Spiro Agnew. Both admired his replacement, Michigan Congressman Gerald Ford. Then Scott brought up the energy crisis. “Do you think there’s really a shortage of fuel? ” Next he turned to American attitudes about satisfaction with living standards. ” Ken had read results of the survey. ” “Yes, and I think it’s encouraging,” Scott added,“that more people are realizing it takes something besides material prosperity to provide contentment.
Kim Ang asked. “In the hotel,” Ay Leng responded. Not likely, Kim Ang thought. This girl dressed in rags and chewing on garbage doesn’t live in any hotel. “It’s called the Cambodiana,” Ay Leng continued. “The builders didn’t finish it, and now they made some places in it for people who don’t have houses. It’s like a camp. Each family has a little room. Well, not a room exactly. It’s more like a bed, about two meters long and 36 Gordon Beld one meter wide. Mother and I are lucky because there are just two of us, and we didn’t have anything to bring with us when we came from Neak Luong.