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Comments (7)

Neema R.:

Hi Amar,

I am a student in Professor Salama's class and I am really excited to keep track of what you are up to while you are away. Thanks for taking the time out to post that video. Best of luck!

Jaclyn D:

Hey Amar,

I hope you are having an amazing time on your travels! I am a student in Prof. Salama's lecture and your video for us was awesome. To know you're our age and doing such incredible stuff is really amazing. Maybe we can hear from you again while you're away... Best of luck and be safe =)

Mike P:

Hey man, I'm also from Vivian's class. Thanks for the video. It's pretty amazing to see someone our age to be doing what you're doing. Be good.

Helen:

Hey Amar, I'm in Vivian Salama's class, thanks so much for the last minute video "guest" appearance. I think it's awesome that you're so young and living your passion. You're awesome.

Helen McGuire:

Hey Amar, I'm in Vivian Salama's class, thanks so much for the last minute video "guest" appearance. I think it's awesome that you're so young and living your passion. You're awesome.

sri-jaggu-gandhi:

Amar,
A most excellent video. Yes, I am now beginning to sense something bigger is happening than just some posts from each town you visit.
Best wishes.
-sri-jaggu-gandhi

Jesse:

Amar, thanks a lot for putting together that video. Professor Salama told us some more about your pretty incredible background, which makes your project that much more awesome.

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