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By The New Best Place
I recently read Three Cups of Tea after already having a strong feeling that the United States involvement in Afghanistan needed to have more of a focus on humanitarian aid. After reading this, along with weekly articles in the New York Times by Thomas Friedman, I know now that the real path to peace is investing in our collective future. I feel that most humanitarian aid goes to a good cause, but without having on on the ground view point of where you are sending your money, the effect might not show true dividends. Greg Mortensen saw a need, and acted on it with no money, but a vision. I wish that one day we can all see someone struggling and put forth a miraculous effort to effectively provide a catalyst for those in need. I love my country and I feel that with the proper means, our government could begin leading the way for effective and specific humanitarian aid in the places "at the end of the road." Having spent time in Montucky as folks call it, it is a blessing to know that the gratitude that is instilled from growing up under the Big Sky has spread to the farthest parts of the world.