Tuesday, May 22, 2007

10 Seconds of Honduran Peace

I’m just back from my trip to the NPH home in Honduras. Founded in 1985, it now houses almost 600 kids and they have a reputation of doing things (like raising kids and constructing buildings) well. My purpose in visiting is to see what they’re doing right, what both the kids and staff love, as well as what they would change all in relation to the buildings and infrastructure.

I have more to share about the trip, but today just wanted to give you a little respite. This is to remind you that despite war, hunger and poverty, peace is possible. So here is 10 seconds of it on my doorstep in a country where such a desire, in the face of those realities, is not just a cliche.

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