In the 1960's Marilyn Laszlo moved to Papua New Guinea to live with an indigenous tribe in one of the most remote places on Earth. She went to learn their language, create a written form of their language, and translate the New Testament. It took her 24 years. Now at 80 years old, she returns to the village to visit the people she spent the majority of her life with, and to celebrate life in a beautiful way.

Intro Music - Jacob Bullard / Milford Sound

Story told by Never The Same Founder and CEO Jeff Eckart.

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