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Helping people that are in need, is a simple way of showing love, respect, and care towards that person even you didn't know her/him. You show them love, respect, and care without any judgment.
They all said that "There's a rainbow always after the rain" means even how tough the situation is, there is hope in everything.
This Super Typhoon Odette teaches us to be firm and strengthen our faith in God. We all know that we can't do anything to prevent a natural disaster to happen but we can be ready for it.
"Ma'am, Sir give us some food to eat"
"Ma'am, Sir, can I have some drinking water? I'm so thirsty"
"Help us, we are freezing, we don't have any blanket or roof to save us from getting wet because of the rain"
That's is what you will hear when you stopped by at any point of Southern Leyte, they are begging for help, they are begging for food, water, shelter, and even clothes.
All of their houses are destroyed by the storm surge. All of their things are wet, not functioning, or being destroyed by the waves.
The second wave of the relief packs we prepared is being distributed already, December 27, 2021. We are happy that even though they are in need, they manage to show the true spirit of a Filipino. They even fall in line so that there will be no accident to happen and the distribution will be smooth and organized. They show manners to everyone.
You can see throughout their eyes the happiness they felt knowing they are people out there who are interested in helping them.
Seeing this smile melt our heart and push us to help more. This smile is not just an ordinary smile for us. It is a smile of HOPE.
By December 27, 2021, my team the D-Drive distributed 140 packs overall total relief packs.
Today, December 28, 2021, my family with Team AL distributed the 3rd wave of relief packs.
Before leaving our home, the weather is not so good. It's raining cats and dogs. We have the feeling of going or don't, because of the weather but we have to give these packs as soon as possible.
We decided to go because food is essential and they need food to eat every day, clean water to drink, and milk for the children.
Their situation is so hard and devastating. You can feel the trauma, sadness, loneliness, and mixed emotions.
We do the distribution even the rain is pouring so badly.
We can see how hard the life of those who have no roof, especially in this weather.
We continue giving small help in this barangay.
Let the photos speak, how happy they are.
I'm so blessed and thankful to all the donors, sponsors, my team, my family, and family friends who volunteer to be part of this donation drive.
I would like to thank also @Zhyne06 and friends, for their monetary donations.
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