I can’t get over how one “small thing” is making a difference in the lives of many.
This morning, in our Metro Manila Staff Meeting, Lynn Nawata who is the Executive Director of Real Life Foundation shared what happened last Sunday.
Joshua Suarez ran 102 kilometers during the “Death March/Life March” and in the process raised 130,000 pesos for Real Life’s Scholarship Fund. People gave 1,000 pesos for every kilometer he ran. But since more than 102 people wanted to give, the money raised reached 130,000.00. Imagine how many high school and college students are helped through this.
I love what Lynn shared from the book, “The Hole in our Gospel” by Richard Stearns.
“We, as Christians, can look at our broken world, shrug our shoulders, and say, “That’s just the way things are.” Or we can instead embrace a vision of what could be – if we’d each pitch in. Isn’t it better to light a candle than curse the darkness? And what could be accomplished if we lit not one candle but many? The light of even one challenges the gloom, but the light of a million could obliterate it.”
One can make a difference – as each in unison determine to work together for a common goal.