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    One good reason to read Three Cups of Tea and the reason why it can be suggested to another person is that it reminds us that individuals can make a difference in the world. The idea that...

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    Heifer International follows a similar philosophy to that promoted by Greg Mortenson, in that activities are driven by localized needs and resources, based on extensive involvement and education of...

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    Greg Mortenson wrote Three Cups of Tea to show his experiences in trying to further education in poverty-stricken regions. After being rescued from K2 by the Korphe village, he promised to build a...

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    Your question originally asked about the hunt that takes place in chapter eightof Greg Mortenson's autobiographical novel Three Cups of Tea; the hunt to which you refer is in chapter ten. Here Greg...

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    Greg Mortenson's philosophy is based on taking the time to build relationships and deep understandings of the real needs and desires present in the communities in which he finds himself. He uses...

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    Greg Mortenson's story as told in Three Cups of Tea is significant for several reasons, and these reasons translate into its primary themes. This is certainly not an exhaustive list, but these...

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    As I recall, he describes it as barren and unknown. He also mentioned something about it having a bad energy or vibe. and the people he said always seemed sad or just confused. I think your best...

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    His simple answer is to build more schools. But the underlying and more complex answer is the fact that you cannot combat extremism with more extremism. If you decide that you are going to...

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    In Chapter 9 Greg goes and talks with Jean Hoerni, a millionaire. He gives him a check for $10,000 and tells him to get the school built as quickly as he could. Jean wants to see a photo and tells...

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    When Greg Mortenson says the war on terrorism is a battle of "hearts and minds" he means we need to use both to stop terrorism. He has gone out to ask children, "How many of you have talked in...

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