Soaring with the Boy Who Flies: Godfrey Masauli, the one and only paraglider pilot in his native Malawi, visits Oregon to sharpen his skills both in the air, and on the ground as a messenger of possibility. He wants children in his country to dare to follow their dreams, as he did in becoming “The Boy Who Flies.” His story and the film that captures it are, yes, powerfully uplifting.
Full episode airs Friday March 13, 8:30pm, on SOPTV or you can watch it here: http://www.immensepossibilities.org/
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