The warm sun shines down on Kibomi as he walks along the path. He is returning from the river, where he and his friends were catching fish. He looks at the two large fish on his rope and smiles. "Mama will cook a nice supper tonight," he thinks.
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Kibomi is a boy like many others. He enjoys studying, playing and fishing with his friends. He is clever and eager to learn. Kibomi has many questions about what he sees around him. He is only twelve years old but often thinks about what he will do in the future to help make the world a better place.
The country in which Kibomi lives is beautiful. It has mountains and rivers and land so fertile that almost anything will grow on it. Most of the people in the country belong to one of two tribes. The Kungu raise cattle. The Adumbu cultivate the land. Both are known for their hard work and hospitality. They live in small, peaceful village.
It is sad that this beautiful country is not a happy place. Problems have been growing for many, many years. Conditions are not the same for all people. The Kungu are more powerful and hold most of the well-paying jobs. The adumbu are poorer and have fewer opportunities, and they are angry about his. The two tribes are now at war. There is violence in the capital city, and trouble is spreading. People want to protect themselves, but do not know what to do.
"O Lord! Make this youth radiant, and confer Thy bounty upon this poor creature. Bestow upon him knowledge, grant him added strength at the break of every morn and guard him within the shelter of Thy protection..."
You may now wish to memorize this prayer.
2. From what do we need to be protected?
a. We need protection from disease. Health is a gift that we should treasure. Which of the following can help protect us from disease?