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Comment by John S. Oliver on April 1, 2012 at 2:10am

I watch this video every few months to remind me that education is essential, critical, important and needed internationally. If that is true in developing countries then surely everywhere else too. 

The best way to educate these girls is to harness communication technologies for the glory of God.

My father is 30 years older than me at 88 years old and very healthy. 
Both of my grandfathers made it into their 80s.
I fully expect to make it well past my 80th birthday.

Before my last day it is my hope that my life will have contributed to the education of girls like this

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