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It’s the little things…

I was always taught that it’s the little things we do that make a difference. I know some will read this and think, “What’s the big deal?” But the little things we do really does matter. Friday night, I went to ALDI ‘s to do some grocery shopping and realized I needed a quarter to... Continue Reading →

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Full of Surprises

Lately, I have had the privilege of sharing a small devotional with the young people and children of Senderos de Amor Orphanage. It is a great blessing for me to share a pleasant time with them in which I share a devotional and they share their ideas, thoughts and longings with me in return. But, it is not... Continue Reading →

Blog 5 – A Good Day by Alex

Hello how are you? Well the truth is this week was the best I've had. Wow! It is amazing how our God Jesus cares for his children, gives them what they want, Jesus knows our hearts and fulfills our wishes and thus reflects His love towards us; He always wants us to be happy, I... Continue Reading →

Blog 4 – Alexander’s Story

Hello, I hope all of you are well. I want to take a time to share a recent experience I had. CREA (my home) was invited to an event with other Children's Homes (orphanages) in our area. They gave us all food, refreshments, and we played soccer. In a brief moment, I spoke with a... Continue Reading →

Blog 3 – Alexander’s Story

Hello, I hope you are well. I want to tell you something personal that I have felt and that has happened. While I have been in CREA, I have missed many events such as birthdays, graduations, dinners, trips, movies and other things and it is difficult to miss all those celebrations because they are of... Continue Reading →

Spring! Make Way For Ducklings…

An excerpt from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, Spring 2017... I just feel the need to write about something that happened here at the museum of fine arts in Boston. I didn't have a plan or an interest to see a particular art piece or painting of the day, but when we entered... Continue Reading →

Humility.

In the 80's, in a small town there was a mechanic. He was the best mechanic in town, and people traveled long distances to have him fix their cars because he was known as the best around. He fixed engines with great precision. But over the years, he grew older and slower, but people still... Continue Reading →

Blog 2 – Alexander’s Story

Just another day, but is it? After coming from school, I had dinner and changed my clothes, went down the stairs of the house, and then went outside to the backyard. I was eating something with Cholo (the house dog) and then looking up in the sky, I thought about the people who have been... Continue Reading →

Far from reality.

Have you ever thought that many things that we see as normal, other people see as a luxury? Eating in restaurants represents the daily living in our lives, going to the doctor is normal and netflix represents a very important need in our downtime, otherwise what would we do on our day off? I could... Continue Reading →

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