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13th January
2010
written by Sean Noble

It doesn’t matter where disaster strikes, it is always devastating. Particularly in a poor country like Haiti.

I have an indirect connection to Haiti. My aunt and uncle spent more than a year there on a service mission helping the poor and infirm, delivering wheelchairs and hope to a country that doesn’t have much hope.

They were deeply touched by their experience there and I’m sure my aunt, who has since passed on, is looking down and trying to offer comfort to those who are suffering. I know my uncle is pained by the images of destruction.

Pray for the people of Haiti.

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3 Comments

  1. Carol
    14/01/2010

    I agree. I don’t appreciate people using a natural disaster as a political tool or a means of advancing their own agenda.

    Help, offer comfort, aid where it is possible, and pray for the injured, hurt and dying.

  2. 17/01/2010

    If you know are planning to make a donation to assist those in need, please consider the Haiti Emergency Relief Fund.

  3. 23/01/2010

    If you know are planning to make a donation to assist those in need, please consider the Haiti Emergency Relief Fund.

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