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Look at her smile ! This sweet little girl travelled *2 days* on foot with her family to kawagwe, lake Tanganikwa (Africa) to attend a convention ❤

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16 hours ago, Tennyson said:

What a determination.,  Her dedication and her smile says it  all  to the the loving father Jehovah. WOW

I  agree  with  you  dear  Tennyson... what  a  loving  sister  and  so  amazing  cherishing  for  our  God  Jehovah ❤  She  and  her  parents  are  so  nice  examples  for  many  of  us !  Which  JW  would  walk  2  days  to  a  Convention ?  thats  very  hard !  But  true  love  is  very  strong  for  all  ;o)

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1 hour ago, MsKitty said:

I need to save this for the times I complain about minor issues. This little sister is a great encouragement to me. Thanks for posting this beautiful little girl with the golden smile! 

Its  really  a  wonderful  golden  smile,  yes, very  rare,  such  of  JW ❤  I  want  meet  that  girl  ;o)

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On ‎28‎/‎08‎/‎2016 at 01:54, Queen Esther said:


Look at her smile!

This sweet little girl travelled two days on foot with her family to kawagwe,

lake Tanganikwa (africa) to attend a convention ❤

Some words for this little girl and her family?

you are a very brave girl, may Jehovah continue to bless you and your family for ever

an example for many of us all


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