It feels like home
This morning we had the honor of visiting a hospice. Many of the patients are terminally ill, which left many of us wondering how we could be of service for such little time. Amazingly, we really felt appreciated. The patients told us that we lifted their spirits – even after our rendition of “rudolph the red nose reindeer.”
It’s hard for us to leave South Africa. I think I will miss this place more than any other place I’ve visited.
Love to everyone – see you soon.
Dear Sukh & Seventeen Saints
Thank you very much for sharing the unique experiences of South Africa through BTC Blog. We have been following your activities right from the Compassion Cell at Shahida’s House to your last day in Durban.
Capetown, cleaning, fixing & painting of orphanage,playing & dancing with street kids, breathtaking scenes of nature, Cape Point where Indian Ocean meets Atlantice Ocean, swimming with Penguins, Vicki’s Bed & Breakfast, HOKISA orphanage, HIV/AID affected children, Chrismas Party with children, Africa Compassion Cell, Lean On Me, digging around Rocks in the garden, we read all that with blurrry eyes. You rightly wrote,”There aren’t words to describe all the feelings”.
Tour of Robin Island by ex-prisoner guide and singing of National Party’s Afrikans National Anthem were the true examples of Tolerance & Forgiveness.
You ‘Seventeen’ are truly blessed and chosen by Heavenly Father to spread His message of Peace, Kindness and Compassion in South Africa and in turn to the universe.
You emptied your bags full of gifts for the children and brought back bags full of amazing overwhelming experiences and wonderful memories.
When you come back after spreading vibrations of Divine Love,we wash your tired feet with our tears and give you welcome of Red Carpet woven in the threads of Thanks.
sona baby, hope you are safe from this tsunami. let me hear from you- love, karla