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January 17, 2007


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My sister took me to see this movie on Sunday. What a great movie. She was definitely moved by it as was I.


Great post, and again congrats on captaining what is appearing to be an important "Boat" of your own. We are happy to be supporters of this great cause, and only because we hope to stop the cycle of ppverty before it starts as well. We will continue to donate, and hope that we can assist in other ways as well. Let us know when we can help you, help more Canadians!


Chris LaBossiere
www.RichFullLife.ca (blog)

Wow Dr. Keith, you are the first person to recognise the parallel of the boats and the life story. That is the story! I cannot tell you how much I appreciate Modest Needs. I have not been a recipient, just a donor. However, your organization is always in the forefront of my mind. Keep up the good work!

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