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Former President Jimmy Carter didn’t let his cancer treatments slow him down, appearing this past weekend to teach Sunday school at his local church in Plains, Georgia. And lots of people came to the service, from far and wide, to wish him well.

Watch as the former leader of the free world talks about humility, friendship, and love — and asks the congregation if they know what the word “eros” means.

Video via 11 Alive.

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