James Hasdak talks about what it was like growing up in Bangladesh as a Bangladesh native in a missions compound. The child of national missionaries. He speaks of the separation that he felt from people who looked like him but lived a very different life then he did. He also discusses the importance of not assuming someone's cultural background before talking with them. Even the most well meaning comments can be frustrating.
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