If you want to be touched by at least one story this month - this is the one!
"An invention that made peace with lions"
Richard Turere is a young Maasai man who lives in the wilderness of the Kenya savanna, on the edge of a national park full of rhino, giraffe, buffalo and lions. Since he was 9, Richard has held the honored chore of tending his father's cattle; in his free time, he tinkered with electrical gadgets. After dismantling the few household appliances, Richard taught himself how to fix them, and then he started inventing. He fit his parents' home with fans made from car parts and other junkyard components harvested from junkyards, then built other inventions for his neighbors.
But why does it take so long? - The original book could take three years to write. Retyping the manuscript might take a day or two. Modern work isn’t time-consuming because it takes a lon...