Napoleon Dzombe was a poor farmer who grew up questioning everything. As a result, he gained great wealth. During the famine of 2003 he personally saved over 30,000 lives as he fed these people daily on his front lawn. Once the famine passed he taught them how to irrigate and raise additional crops so they can better stand on their own. He also feed over 30,000 additional orphan children each and every month and continues to do so today. Written by
I was thinking - some of the fields grow tall while others remain lifeless - isn't the ground the same?
The ground might be the same Napoleon, but much depends on the hands that prepare it - how much they are willing to work.
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