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You know Thelma; she’s been my side-kick on auto adventures whenever we’ve decided to take one.  She’s fearless, loads of fun, and always switching channels. She has more “guts” in her little finger than I have in my whole body.

Very recently, she fulfilled an unfulfilled dream. No dream ever remains unfulfilled for long with Thelma … not until she brings it to fruition.

So she invaded Egypt. She spent two weeks there. I could not resist sending her the following email today.

Dear Thelma,

“I always knew that you were a trouble-maker, but don’t you think this was a little much? You spend two weeks in Egypt and the whole damned country falls apart?”



You will all think that I’m kidding, of course, but it would not surprise me at all to learn that my friend, Shell’s, energy in Egypt, even when leisurely, and gracefully swimming in one of those expansive outdoor pools in a Cairo hotel, carried enough positive, healing, energy to start a revolution.

Can you prove otherwise? There is so much that we don’t know.

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