Impact Without Saying A Word

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My grandfather, I called him Acaca, spoke one language Afaan Oromoo. One of the languages spoken in Ethiopia.
Unfortunately I could not.

So we never really had deep conversations.

He grew up in Ambo — a city in Ethiopia. A farmer by trade, he was in perfect health even in his 90s.

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