Anila Prineveau Goldie | Best Stories from the Problem Is Not Available: 364 Days in Sudan

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Best Stories from the Problem Is Not Available: 364 Days in Sudan

by Anila Prineveau Goldie

Timely, entertaining, authentic, short stories of the gentle, Muslim Sudanese.
Genre: Spoken Word: Audiobook
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1. Introduction to This CD
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2. Preface to the Book
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3. Abu Medino
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4. Dancing With Arab Wild Women
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5. Overnight in the Desert Again
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6. Sacred Christmas Gift from Muslims
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7. The Problem Is Not Available
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8. Xenophobia and Thin Blood
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9. Zebras and Scary Monsters
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When Anila Goldie accepted the job offer to teach in Khartoum, Sudan, she set out to overcome her fear of living in a Muslim country. She made friends with her fear through befriending the local Sudanese. Written and spoken in a conversational style, her informative, entertaining, and authentic short stories will inspire you. She combines vivid descriptions of the exotic Sudanese Muslims along with insight, wisdom and lessons learned. A deep respect for all of humanity shines through on every page of The Problem is Not Available: 364 Days in Sudan.
Anila has degrees in cultural anthropology and education. She thrives on teaching, and immersing herself in different cultures. She has resided in many foreign countries including Colombia, Tanzania, Sudan, and China. She lives near Seattle and enjoys public speaking, kayaking, hiking, live music, meditating, and laughing with good friends.

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