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What if you could live a joyful and vibrant life at any time…?



It was a very moving moment when the appearance of Olga Murray was announced and she appeared on the stage. I was little prepared of what came next.

She was born in 1925, went to Nepal in 1984 and saw the situation of the families and especially the one of the children and decided to do something to help them. She was close to retirement when she decided to help and she refers to the situation we are facing nowadays and in the soon to be future. She refers to the number of people who go into retirement in Europe and the world, people who are still able to give the society so much, experience and knowledge at least. In her – very special case – she provided time, persistence and courage to change a drastic situation within a society. She broke a common habit that was supported by those who…

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