We’ve had so much time together in camps with them and last week was an amusement. Seeing them smiling was really a satisfaction for us as an intermediate person who gives out everybody’s donations. What makes us different is we are on the ground, and so we have so much quality time to talk face to face, to be in the same shoes, to go through the days as part of them and forth.
These kids, they don’t live their lives as we do. The only thing they know is to play and laugh. There’s a big hope behind thousands of stories which is returning back to their home country. Since we are here, it’s our responsibility to cheer them up, build up a better surrounding and community among them; and you’re there, do pray for their lives and country to be free as soon as possible so they can stand and be proud in their own land.
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” – Martin Luther King Jr.