We are very surprised at the quality of buildings and are extremely thankful for our beautiful churches, stores, and homes.
It's ok to not be good at something as long as you have fun! Did you have a good time at your drumming lessons?
Langra is a township and a poorer area. It is definitely not the poorest area we have seen. There are also very, very beautiful expensive homes in Cape Town.
Yes, we had tons of fun at the drums. They even had Ray singing a
bit! I enjoy a lot of things I am not very good at😄
Are there many churches there?
Yes, there are many churches in Cape Town and mosques and synagogues. Both the Dutch and the British settled here so Christian Reform and Church of England are popular.
Even though they are really poor, are they still happy.
Being rich does not make you happy. There are happy rich people and sad rich people. There are happy poor people and sad poor people.
Do they have a different god?
Many of the churches they have are similar to Listowel--Christian Reform, Catholic etc....I even saw a Salvation Army (our church). We have seen synagogues and mosques. So, basically yes. However, some cultural things definitely change their way of looking at thing...like the importance of animals and ancestors.
We are thankful for having materials to build more stable buildings. We are thankful for friends and family too.
I am so thankful for my family too. I miss them and my dog.
How wer the drum lessens .? Was it esy or hard?!!
They were fun and easy. They didn't try to teach us anything tricky.
We are looking at your photos and we are grateful that we have a church that is not rusty and that the walls are not falling down.
The people in Africa don't care about what their church looks like because its their church and they go their to worship God and it doesn't matter to them. At least they have a church?
Did you guys see many churches in Africa? Did you visit the church in the photo?
Yes, there are a lot of churches In Africa. This Sunday we were at Regina Mundi church in Soweto. It was a refuge for students in 1976 when They were standing up for their right to good schools.
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