Sharing a Meal

  

  1.  One of the things I love about Cambodian people is their generosity and love of sharing a meal with you. The meal is never rushed, it is alway important to just chat first as you are eating and then when the meal is over it is time for business. This is one of my friends from church who spent all afternoon preparing dinner for a group of us who were meeting up to chat over how we can support the young women who come to church. Her baby,who is normally very well behaved, had cried all afternoon but she still served the meal with such a beautiful smile and welcoming heart. We had curry, salad, rice, omelette with dried fish and sat on the floor and spoke in a mixture of Khmer and English. 
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