The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World

The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World➶ The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World Download ✤ Author Melinda Gates – Heartforum.co.uk A debut from Forbesthird most powerful woman in the world, Melinda Gates, a timely and necessary call to action for women s empowermentFor the last twenty years, Melinda Gates has been on a mission He A debut from Forbesthird of Lift: PDF ☆ most powerful woman in the world, Melinda Gates, a timely and necessary call to action for women s empowermentFor the last twenty years, Melinda Gates has been on a mission Her goal, as co chair of the Bill Melinda Gates Foundation, has been to find solutions for people with the most urgent needs, wherever The Moment PDF or they live Throughout this journey, one thing has become increasingly clear to her If you want to lift a society up, invest in womenIn this candid and inspiring book, Gates traces her awakening to the link between women s empowerment and the health of societies She shows some of the tremendous opportunities that exist right now to turbo charge Moment of Lift: PDF Ê change And she provides simple and effective ways each one of us can make a differenceConvinced that all women should be free to decide whether and when to have children, Gates took her first step onto the global stage to make a stand for family planning That step launched her into further efforts to ensure women everywhere have access to every kind of job to encourage men around the globe to share equally in the burdens of household work to advocate for paid family leave for everyone to eliminate gender bias in all its formsThroughout, Gates introduces us to her heroes in the movement towards equality, offers startling data, shares moving conversations she s had with women from all over the world and shows how we can all get involvedA personal statement of passionate conviction, this book tells of Gates journey from a partner working behind the scenes to one of the world s foremost advocates for women, driven by the belief that no one should be excluded, all lives have equal value, and gender equity is the lever that lifts everything.

Melinda French Gates is of Lift: PDF ☆ a philanthropist, businesswoman, and global advocate for women and girlsAs the co chair of the Bill Melinda Gates Foundation, Melinda sets the direction and priorities of the world s largest philanthropy She is also the founder of Pivotal Ventures, an investment and incubation company working to drive social progress for women and families in The Moment PDF or the United StatesMelinda grew up in Dallas, Texas She received a bachelor s degree in computer science from Duke University and an MBA from Duke s Fuqua School Melinda spent the first decade of her career developing multimedia products at Microsoft before leaving the company to focus on her family and philanthropic work She lives in Seattle, Washington with Moment of Lift: PDF Ê her husband, Bill They have three children, Jenn, Rory, and Phoebe.

The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World
    The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World to every kind of job to encourage men around the globe to share equally in the burdens of household work to advocate for paid family leave for everyone to eliminate gender bias in all its formsThroughout, Gates introduces us to her heroes in the movement towards equality, offers startling data, shares moving conversations she s had with women from all over the world and shows how we can all get involvedA personal statement of passionate conviction, this book tells of Gates journey from a partner working behind the scenes to one of the world s foremost advocates for women, driven by the belief that no one should be excluded, all lives have equal value, and gender equity is the lever that lifts everything."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 273 pages
  • The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World
  • Melinda Gates
  • English
  • 19 June 2018
  • 1250313570

10 thoughts on “The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World

  1. Bill Gates says:

    I would say this even if I weren t married to the author The Moment of Lift is a terrific read.It is a wise, honest, and beautifully written book about how empowering women lifts up everyone None of that will be surprising to anyone who knows Melinda Although it took her about a year to write, in a way she has been working on it her whole life The Moment of Lift is about the women who have inspired Melinda, starting with her own mother, through her colleagues at Microsoft, and continuing t I would say this even if I weren t married to the author The Moment of Lift is a terrific read.It is a wise, honest, and beautifully written book about how empowering women lifts up everyone None of that will be surprising to anyone who knows Melinda Although it took her about a year to write, in a way she has been working on it her whole life The Moment of Lift is about the women who have inspired Melinda, starting with her own mother, through her colleagues at Microsoft, and continuing today with the amazing scientists, farmers, educators, and leaders she meets through her work with our foundation.Melinda opens up about her personal journey from private citizen to public advocate You see how she pushed our foundation to focuson women s empowerment She shares insights about our marriage, the path we took to become equals in our work, and how she has helped me grow as a father and husband.But to me, what is really impressive about the book is the way Melinda combines her mastery of data with her ability to tell powerful stories about individual women she has met In an especially memorable passage about how she handles seeing people in desperate circumstances, she writes All of us have to let our hearts break it s the price of being present to someone who is suffering Your heart will breakthan once when you read this book Butoften, you will be enlightened and inspired.In this free excerpt, Melinda writes about her final conversation with our friend Hans Rosling, a touching discussion about why it is so important to help mothers protect their children I encourage you to pre order the book now Melinda will donate all the amounts she receives from this book to charity.Melinda is the most important person in my life an amazing wife, mother, partner, and friend and now accomplished author I am lucky that she has shared these insights with me for all these years, and delighted that she is now sharing them with the rest of the world too

  2. Suzanne says:

    If you invest in a girl or a woman, you re investing in everyone else. I did not realise the depth of philanthropy that Melinda Gates is invested in She is seriously invested in the rights of women and making womenempowered around the world She works tirelessly within her organisation the Bill Melinda Gates Foundation I knew nothing of the work undertaken by this organisation, they certainly use their wealth for excellent means Melinda travels around the world, stays with families If you invest in a girl or a woman, you re investing in everyone else. I did not realise the depth of philanthropy that Melinda Gates is invested in She is seriously invested in the rights of women and making womenempowered around the world She works tirelessly within her organisation the Bill Melinda Gates Foundation I knew nothing of the work undertaken by this organisation, they certainly use their wealth for excellent means Melinda travels around the world, stays with families, gets to know people at an intricate level and learns so much about what is happening to women at a basic level and is making progress The simple right to contraception is one of the biggest themes here, Melinda is a Catholic and does not let this get in the way of her important work There were some great quotes that I wish I had written down but did not as this was an audio read, skillfully narrated by the author I love to listen to the author tell their story, it adds to my reading experience As for this being a debut work, it blows me away.Child arranged marriage is discussed, and some of the stories are heartbreaking The author approaches these tragic issues with humility and grace I applaud the author for using her wisdom, knowledge and position to raise up the status of women from around the world Even issues on not such a grand scale are faced here, such as the ratio of women to men performing household duties, and the task of driving the kids to school She asked Bill to step up here and share the load, and he did so willingly, without noticing the disparity of the task Because after all Melinda Gates is just a mum, like so many of us less known folk are I took away from this that Melinda learns a lot from everything she undertake whether they be life lessons or personal things from the scores of women she has had dealings with around the world She makes mention of many women being her teacher I liked this This was an interesting and thoughtful read which I recommend

  3. Mario the lone bookwolf says:

    Discriminating half of your population is a crime against humanity of such immense stupidity that hardly any words can be found to describe it Next to the social and millionfold individual suffering, the scientific and economic damage is immense and countries lead by such deluded conservatives are immensely weakened In a modern, equitable country simply everything would collapse if overnight a suddenly appearing dictatorship would disenfranchise all women There is often the old belief in tale Discriminating half of your population is a crime against humanity of such immense stupidity that hardly any words can be found to describe it Next to the social and millionfold individual suffering, the scientific and economic damage is immense and countries lead by such deluded conservatives are immensely weakened In a modern, equitable country simply everything would collapse if overnight a suddenly appearing dictatorship would disenfranchise all women There is often the old belief in talent and gender, but it is talent, hard work, and perseverance, independent of the gender.The argument of conservative sexists gets really ridiculous if one takes people born in bodies with genders they don t identify with, among others all variants of LGBTs, as examples In these cases, the vindications lose any logical and comprehensible semblance and can be seen as the pure shenanigans that they are Cause it shows, that the human, person and character are the facts that count and not the body, genitals, hormones, self concept or something Instead, other arbitrary arguments such as height, weight or some kind of descendant of eugenics could be taken to show the absurdity As seen in statistics, boys get outstripped and owned by girls as kids already in early childhood and adolescence in a fair society and in most western, democratic countries most problems with addiction, inability of adaption to new circumstances, stress resistance, let s say it, nearly every flaw, is a male problem The only thing men are really good at is getting megalomaniac and destroying the planet This is perfectly shown in the reports of sociologists and psychologists that compare kids in schools as following Males never stop with stupid hierarchical and physical fights, have nearly all the learning problems, disturb the lessons, areprone to any addictive substance and abuse it muchoften, can t multitask, aren t as diligent as girls and have very low social skills The only sexist argument that makes men look good are the higher achievements in the MINT areas This is definitively just a consequence of sexism, telling little girls that evil maths, physics, etc is too difficult for their cute little heads jovial, condescending patting and that they should do something less manly that fits to their lesser skills If a girl is well educated by modern parents and the enthusiasm awakened at an early age, she wipes the floor with a boy with the same starting conditions It s not as if I am so schizophrenic to be a misandrist, but there are so many negative aspects of my gender that one could really point at any past, actual or future problem and show that it is purely manmade We are tribal, archaic, easy to manipulate, violent, hateful and totally asocial and totally ruthless regarding the consequences of our actions Be it wars in the past or the economic mayhem in the present, I simply don t believe that women in power would act so stupid, against the interest of humanity and especially against the interest of their own children And for what do manly men do this stuff Money and power to get even hairier chests, larger harems andultimate powaaaa, emperor Palpatine style I know that I have all those tendencies inside myself and can say that is a daily struggle not to be a., because it is the easy, fast and comfortable way to be an egoistic, manipulative, power hungry, evil, hateful, cold, career obsessed and brutal tyrant and demagogue instead of helping others, being social, unselfish, self sacrificing, listening, caring and a better human A good education has to begin with the youngest boys, cause as soon as a certain age is reached, the elder ones are lost trough indoctrination with BS and unable to change at a terrifyingly young age and would rather kill or die than to adapt to better alternatives Of course, there are exceptions, but they are rare and the funny thing is that the most successful and rich man go the way of hard work, are often introverts, do feminine things like reading and beeing immune to stupid group dynamics that normally steal the time to do meaningful work The danger of inequality for the whole state can be seen in history with multiple examples since the beginning of historiography A population that is divided and not emancipated has less defensive, production and offensive capabilities, issusceptible to agitators from enemy states who simply have to spread the facts about the grievances and has to keep its own population monitored by a terror secret police to keep it from uprising.An army can have shieldmaidens that aredangerous than any man, because they won t fear death just because of the option to go to Valhalla, but because they will die to defend their children, something man probably won t do in each case or the army, as always in history, simply sucks because it is a mixture of conscripted and slave soldiers, mercenaries and incompetent officers and general staff Slavery is another prime example of how a state may accumulate immense wealth as long as the times are primitive, but as soon as industrialization sets in, it becomes an immense inner danger Oppression is just a softer kind of slavery without direct possession certificates and many once mighty empires had this self destruction button integrated into their system, with examples as the Qing dynasty, the Romans, the Umayyad dynasty, the British empire, the Yuan dynasty, the Caliphate, etc If one builds his society and a stupid model, one should not wonder if his global empire perishes If any of those states would have been a democracy, the rest of the world would have been doomed, because while the others would have kept fighting with each other and against the behemoth, the inner stability would have been the key to success in the path to world domination Each high developed country depends on emancipation and justice, as seen on statistics on the best places to live A limitation of the rights and possibilities of half of the population is a sign of so massive wretchedness and madness at the same time because it causes immense harm and reduces competitiveness As if nothing could be learned out of the many deterrent examples out of the past and actual failing states that castrate themselves by overestimating their primary sexual characteristics A wiki walk can be as refreshing to the mind as a walk through nature in this completely overrated real life outside books

  4. Ariel says:

    In the crazy way life sometimes goes these days I got to interview Melinda Gates about her new book I m really excited for you to all see it when it comes out I think in January This book opened my eyes to a lot of things I just wasn t facing or thinking about butthan anything, learning about Bill and Melinda s lives, and their dedication to helping others, really made me think a lot about how we help other people and how much of a priority we should put on that.

  5. Cristina Monica says:

    You help women, you help everyone Melinda Gates discovered that by doing work for her and her husband s foundation that seeks to improve the world and by listening to the stories of many women around the world Improve the conditions of women, invest in their education, eliminate the stigma that follows them, encourage them to stand up for themselves and for each other Do all of these things and one day we might completely eliminate wars If this seems like a far fetched statement to you, re You help women, you help everyone Melinda Gates discovered that by doing work for her and her husband s foundation that seeks to improve the world and by listening to the stories of many women around the world Improve the conditions of women, invest in their education, eliminate the stigma that follows them, encourage them to stand up for themselves and for each other Do all of these things and one day we might completely eliminate wars If this seems like a far fetched statement to you, read this book I especially recommend you read this book if you don t believe in equality between sexes and seeing women in positions of power Because you need a reality check You need to open your eyes wide and let the truth submerge you

  6. Liz says:

    I m embarrassed to say this is another book I wouldn t have read except for my book club And I would have missed out The moment of lift is that moment a rocket or plane takes off and leaves the ground It s also a moment of grace As Gates uses the term, it combines those two definitions It s the moment that groups of women find ways to overcome their problems, whether it be keeping girls in school, delaying marriage for girls, providing contraceptives in isolated areas or preventing HIV in s I m embarrassed to say this is another book I wouldn t have read except for my book club And I would have missed out The moment of lift is that moment a rocket or plane takes off and leaves the ground It s also a moment of grace As Gates uses the term, it combines those two definitions It s the moment that groups of women find ways to overcome their problems, whether it be keeping girls in school, delaying marriage for girls, providing contraceptives in isolated areas or preventing HIV in sex workers Gates consistently shows that it s the women coming together who find the solutions, not the foundation providing the answers In addition to the examples cited, I also appreciated that Gates tells us about her own evolution to become aoutspoken person She initially did not see herself as a feminist But she now counts herself as one, and defines being a feminist as someone that believes every woman should be able to use their voice and realize their potential This is going to make for a fascinating discussion

  7. Kaloyana says:

    For this book I need to make a whole new shelf called abandoned with hatred and anger.If you haven t heard that people and children die in Africa because of poverty, hunger no health care etc, and if you haven t heard that people in poor African countries have many children, who die under age of five, and you have no idea that in Africa they had no education, and you haven t heard about inexplicably rich people form western world, known as philanthropists, who go there and try to help those po For this book I need to make a whole new shelf called abandoned with hatred and anger.If you haven t heard that people and children die in Africa because of poverty, hunger no health care etc, and if you haven t heard that people in poor African countries have many children, who die under age of five, and you have no idea that in Africa they had no education, and you haven t heard about inexplicably rich people form western world, known as philanthropists, who go there and try to help those poor people, by donating money, talking to them, making programs about birth control etc, this book is for you Also, if you have no idea how to use Google search, this book might give you all the numbers in the statistic in countries where all those things are happening Youl ll get a lot of numbers, trust me on that I also wonder why no one didn t consider telling Mrs Gates that most of her readers probably know what poverty is, what doest it cause to people, its affects on human life and how when you are poor the only thing you can think of is surviving and you absolutely cannot contribute to your society So I expected Melinda Gates to tell us her life story and her personal experience, which she almost did, but was somehow boring and predictable and nothing normal reader haven t heard Like the story of this woman in Africa, Rwanda, I guess, who asked Mrs Gates to take her own baby, but Melinda told her, she already has three kids of her own, so better teach her how not to havechildren And she asks if we can imagine, or something similar, that this African woman prefers to leave her child for better future than to have it with her Sure I do, also like most of the people Tell me something I don t know, or cannot Google the numbers behind Somehow this book feels shallow, not convincing, boring.Melinda s idea that giving women power and this will do miracles if they can plan their pregnancies and can marry who the want is naiive and there is contradiction, because why should someone had to give anyone anything, if we try to be equal So far I got, maybe the book gets better, but I cannot stand it oneminute.I expected story and personal experience of women of power and how you can make yourself useful for your society, but I got African children again, vaccines and contraceptives

  8. Elyse Walters says:

    Ebook own Audiobook library overdrive Paul, and I both enjoyed listening to Melinda Gates while hiking and lounging in the yard I loved learning about Melinda s personal history Her personal life stories and the many stories of women around the world Melinda Gates leading by example , has written a brilliant call to arms that describes injustices in the world..gender inequality for women brutal disadvantages in the developing counties poverty sexual mutilation, abuse, h Ebook own Audiobook library overdrive Paul, and I both enjoyed listening to Melinda Gates while hiking and lounging in the yard I loved learning about Melinda s personal history Her personal life stories and the many stories of women around the world Melinda Gates leading by example , has written a brilliant call to arms that describes injustices in the world..gender inequality for women brutal disadvantages in the developing counties poverty sexual mutilation, abuse, hope, desperation, family planning, birth control, other obstacles and debilitating struggles underprivileged women deal with Melinda s life work is about empowering woman.educating them.She s passionate and persuasive.GENDER EQUALITY LIFTS EVERYONE An interesting important timely moving inspiring contributing book..looking at varied cultures communities..supporting reform on all levels I was reminded of the book Half The Sky.Turning oppression into opportunity for women worldwide,by Nicholas D Kristof and Sheryl WudunnWonderful as an AudiobookTerrific as the printed book There are some powerful excerpts worth re reading I m impressed with how down to earth, likable, and articulate, Melinda Gates is

  9. Donna Hines says:

    A woman on a mission to save other women from despair, poverty, and the ills that effect every aspect of society today.It s a man s world and nothing has changed Yet Melinda Gates is determined to weave a new pattern in this bundle of yarn one that will help those around the world get the help they deserve through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.Empowerment Validation Assurances of a better life Sounds so cozy but can it be accomplished and I wonder can we start at home before going abr A woman on a mission to save other women from despair, poverty, and the ills that effect every aspect of society today.It s a man s world and nothing has changed Yet Melinda Gates is determined to weave a new pattern in this bundle of yarn one that will help those around the world get the help they deserve through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.Empowerment Validation Assurances of a better life Sounds so cozy but can it be accomplished and I wonder can we start at home before going abroad Look I have not had the white picket fence dream fulfilled I married a man I thought would love, honor, obey but instead I got a devil in disguise After being left homeless, bankrupt, without income assets or savings I had to pick myself up, dust off, and try again.So I did but not without helping others first.As a 20 yr volunteer with over 13 nonprofits in my community I seen first hand the power to inspire, transform, and honor those who feel they have lost all hope I ve been both a recipient and a volunteer especially with regards to food insecurities In fact this past year while passing out 10,ooo frozen turkeys my back went out, pinched on my nerve, and legs became temp paralyzed yet I continued to work as people need us I watched people come up to me with a sad look in their eyes one you could read on their face and when I said, It s ok, I m also below poverty with 3 kids from abusive marriage they welled up and tears flowed It s ok to know that they are not alone and in need of assistance I was also on the front line in attending the walk for homeless women in which several of the women were escaping abuse Many found themselves in situations they couldn t escape including mounting medical bills from illnesses they simply couldn t afford We re all just one paycheck away I ve been on the front line at the food banks and job centers seeking better ways Hell I graduated with a dual masters and gave up my career to raise my 3 kids oldest son born med disabled with Vater Syndrome requiring round the clock care but it wasn t rewarded with compensation for lost wages but rather a statement of she s just a mom and get a job after giving up my career for my spouses Please can we address child care in America Can we address compensation for lost wages as you ve mentioned our work is free but it s still work Raising a family and taking care of a household is WORK It s unpaid labor yet there s no monetary value in exchange for the 24 7 duties many women perform daily Might I add women have a right to have children and those who have different circumstances should have a right to abort if they choose Why are we continuously telling women how to live By the way I ve also been a counselor free of charge helping women heal from NPD and DV on my FB page, The Lost Self Life After Narcissism so yes it s a global issue with violence.I absolutely love what I do and an award was never the end result for years of volunteering but I m so honored to have received the Points of Light Award for my service.So I understand the movement here, the motivation, the inspiration I truly do From one viewpoint I can join hands with you on this notion of feminism because as someone who fought to just survive I get it What I m concerned about is this travelling to far off third world countries with all the riches of the marriage to help others when we have dire needs here at home.As a product of a broken civil legal system in dealing with malignant narcissist we need the help here before going outside of our country.My hope is that women and children no longer have to live in fear , in poverty, in abusive situations yet I know there s muchbehind closed doors.I lived as a prisoner in my own home while married to a man that could sway from one persona to another known as Jekyll and Hyde He was a true chameleon able to adapt to any change in environment while going undetected This is the scary part as woman s voices are being silenced all around the world to violence.It s not just in one centralized spot it s a worldwide epidemic in which if caught it s a resignation, a slap on the wrist, and back at it.Mine violated his PFA , arrest for ICC violation, 3 month probation, alcohol and drug treatment, anger management, warrant for failure to pay and appear 15 k arrearages yet still had parental rights with documented police reports of abuse and removal from our home and yes I had every document to show proof including arrest reports, pics of abuse, transfer of hidden funds, etc.It didn t matter not believable or credible with every legal document shown during divorce proceedings As you may have noticed our country is now experiencing the same insanity by the very same type of toxicity I wish I could say good luck but it takes an act of Congress to receive change When you file 15 exceptions from lies and the other person shows up and receives everything based on simply money, power, connections, and gender there s something wrong We need to end the preferential treatment, the corruption, the pay to play schemes and start treating women fairly.If this continues women and children are in jeopardy of losing everything without even having a say.There s no legal aid available There s no safety net There s a brick wall Public assistance over 2 yr wait lists Housing the same No alimony nor child support for over a year while living off credit.You see I m all for helping everyone but can we please begin right here at home We need all the help we can get.Survivor of NPD and DV Thank you

  10. Moonkiszt says:

    The Moment of LiftI cannot say enough good things about this book She is saying, advocating and calling to action with words that are persuasive to me and are hitting me right in the heart Read this book. She covers many of the ways women and underprivileged groups are pushed down throughout the world throughout the ages and approaches that have been taken in the past and how the paths to the end goals have changed, because understanding of the needs and obstacles has increased She calls The Moment of LiftI cannot say enough good things about this book She is saying, advocating and calling to action with words that are persuasive to me and are hitting me right in the heart Read this book. She covers many of the ways women and underprivileged groups are pushed down throughout the world throughout the ages and approaches that have been taken in the past and how the paths to the end goals have changed, because understanding of the needs and obstacles has increased She calls forof that kind of thinking being flexible and willing to change your mind in order to accomplish the goal equality for all humans of every stripe.When I picked this book up, I had a dare in mind, not overtly, just as a jaded person does Ok, Lady of a Billionaire Tell me how to change the world from your Towers in the Clouds Tell me how to fix stuff about which you know nothing I dare you.I couldn t have been further from the truth There arequotes from this book that could be pulled out but this is one of her key points as she focuses on empowering women for those of you who roll your eyes at feminist themes or snap the book shut at empowering women She wants equality for all, not women over men, not women better than men She wants the same rights, dreams and expectations available for all humans, regardless of gender, race, geography or belief systems although all those contribute to the inequalities humans routinely, consistently experience This quote shows her thinking on this that it is the outsiders that we trample, and that most outside of the outsiders are women poor, isolated, unsupported women Anyone can be made to feel like an outsider It s up to the people who have the power to exclude Often it s on the basis of race Depending on a culture s fears and biases, Jews can be treated as outsiders Muslims can be treated as outsiders Christians can be treated as outsiders The poor are always outsiders The sick are often outsiders People with disabilities can be treated as outsiders Members of the LGBTQ community can be treated as outsiders Immigrants are almost always outsiders And in most every society, women can be made to feel like outsiders even in their own homes.Overcoming the need to create outsiders is our greatest challenge as human beings It is the key to ending deep inequality We stigmatize and send to the margins people who trigger in us the feelings we want to avoid This is why there are so many old and weak and sick and poor people on the margins of society We tend to push out the people who have qualities we re most afraid we will find in ourselves and sometimes we falsely ascribe qualities we disown to certain groups, then push those groups out as a way of denying those traits in ourselves This is what drives dominant groups to push different racial and religious groups to the margins.And we re often not honest about what s happening If we re on the inside and see someone on the outside, we often say to ourselves, I m not in that situation because I m different But that s just pride talking We could easily be that person We have all things inside us We just don t like to confess what we have in common with outsiders because it s too humbling It suggests that maybe success and failure aren t entirely fair And if you know you got the better deal, then you have to be humble, and it hurts to give up your sense of superiority and say, I m no better than others So instead we invent excuses for our need to exclude We say it s about merit or tradition when it s really just protecting our privilege and our pride Melinda Gates, The Moment of Lift How Empowering Women Changes the WorldRead this book.Let s change our world by recognizing the ways we are perpetuating inequalities in our personal lives, and get to the business of changing our minds and actions.Again, I say Read this book

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