Mountains Beyond Mountains - A Light Month for Travel, pages 179-238 Summary & Analysis

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A Light Month for Travel, pages 179-238 Summary and Analysis

Paul and Jim were now under less financial pressure, but they still suffered from having too much to do and too little time to complete it all. By the late 1990s, Dr. Farmer had earned a reputation as a specialist in the field of TB. He received many offers to speak and teach. These gave him the opportunity to speak for the poor and address their needs. He made time for these engagements amid caring for his patients in Boston and Cange. He also lent advice for the TB projects in Peru and Russia. All of these projects required him to travel incessantly. He meditated on scripture but still struggled with Catholicism in which he had been instructed when a child. His worldliness offered him a greater perspective. He...

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