The point of this post was not me complaining. Trust me - no one knows how blessed they are or is more thankful than I am. I am humbled by what God has given me. BUT I do mumble from time to time to myself (it is SUPER hot outside. ha!) and when I do - I like to put myself in check and count my blessings. And look for ways to help others. THAT is what I was trying to share in my awkward way. I LOVE what Compassion is doing and thought you might too!
I'm deleting some comments - not because I care if you attack me. That comes with the territory but I don't like y'all being mean to each other. This isn't the place for that.
And if you never, ever complain - let me know so I can wave at your mansion in heaven because I'm afraid it will be MUCH bigger than mine.
I'm going to be honest.............
- A Water of Life filtration system that provides a lifetime of safe drinking water for a child and his or her family in developing countries.
- Education for improving hygiene and sanitation.
- Support for improving community water sources and sanitation where needed.
- All as part of Compassion’s trusted care for the whole child, releasing a child from poverty physically, emotionally, educationally and spiritually.
HOW HOW DOES WATER OF LIFE WORK? - A new system can be set up and ready to use in less than 5 minutes. After pouring dirty water into the bucket from sources such as lakes, rivers, ponds or puddles, the water flows through the filter and comes out completely safe to drink.
Each filter is made up of tiny micro tubes with pores hundreds of times smaller than the diameter of a human hair. These pores remove deadly bacteria and allow only clean water to pass through for drinking. The filter effectively eliminates Cholera, Typhoid, E. Coli, Amoebic Dysentery, and many other bacterial contaminants.
I know Money is tight for so many - but if you are looking for a way to help others - this might be a great way! Go HERE for more information and to help.
I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink...Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me. - Matthew 25:35, 40