Mama Tina

by Christina Noble | Biographies & Memoirs | This book has not been rated.
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Registered by gypsyrose02 of Byford, Western Australia Australia on 1/25/2005
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Journal Entry 1 by gypsyrose02 from Byford, Western Australia Australia on Tuesday, January 25, 2005
A brilliant sequel to 'Bridge Across my Sorrows', 'Mama Tina' continues the story of Christina Noble & her continuous efforts to help the street children of Vietman. Propelled by her own miserable childhood in Ireland, Christina has acheived great sucess with her 'Sunshine School', which now boasts its very own 'Sunshine' choir & 'Sunshine' football team.
With the foundation up & running (CNCF), there is no end to the amount of neglect & abuse suffered by the children of Vietman. Christina is not an interfering Western woman. Her centre not only helps the children on a day to day basis, but also tries to provide more long term solutions for parents & encourages the Vietnamese to look after their own children.

But Christina's efforts are not restricted to Vietanam alone. Jetting off to Mongolia, she finds yet more forgotton children in need of her boundless compassion.

Christina is a wonderful example of how extreme personal suffering can lead to a life of loving. She has proved that the only way a person can break the cycle of abuse & neglect is through love. Christina Noble deserves the 'Nobel Peace Prize' for her work, the results of which are living in the countless number of children that her extraordinary life has touched.

Journal Entry 2 by gypsyrose02 from Byford, Western Australia Australia on Friday, February 25, 2005
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Journal Entry 3 by gypsyrose02 at Byford, Western Australia Australia on Sunday, October 02, 2011

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