Monday, January 25, 2010

Tara with the first baby born in their center

Young patient at the center

A tent city

The University of Miami field hospital at the airport

Troy, with those who have assisted him on Saturday


Woman in a Window said...

I see these beautiful people and ache that I have no skills to offer the world. That first shot, those beautiful smiles of woman, of girl/woman to be, so full of beauty.

and yes, the ants~


Jess Mistress of Mischief said...

God be with each of the people in Haiti and those preparing to go. God be with each person in heart and mind as they give what they can and please continue to bring strength and hope to those who need it so desperately!

Please show your face in this, through not just our hands and feet but through the miracles that I know you will bring.

Anonymous said...

More graphic than a movie, since we know it's so real.

Beth said...

I'm with you - living there, from so afar away, every day...loving the fact that these folks are LIVING this and yet they take the time to write, to share, to invite us into their world.

Like Erin, I feel that I have nothing to offer. But I am trying to tend to my little corner here with more intentionality, and to remember to pray and give away all that I can live without. Because some people - like those in Haiti - need every bit we can spare, simply to stay alive.

Thanks for a good post....

Brian Miller said...

thank you for staying relentless...they say ponder the ant...who moves little at a time as it builds its home...tirelessly a little unil one day it has built an amazing network of tunnels. slowly but surely haiti will recover long after many have gone home. stay relentless.

Syd said...

I wish that I could go and help. I volunteered with the Water Missions International but they had enough volunteers on the ground. I will keep trying with other groups.

Beth Niquette said...

God bless you--we are praying for you. Expect miracles. They do still happen--and in Haiti they are happening every day.


Julie said...

Beautiful beautiful people. They are our brothers and sisters. They need our help now and in the future.