M: Floating Village

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3 thoughts on “M: Floating Village

  1. Max;
    You made me sad and glad today.

    I am sad for all the children who have to live in poverty, but glad you brought them a little joy with the school supplies.

    They did probably think you were as different as you thought them to be.

    You are fortunate to be able to see not just how others live, but to appreciate how you do as well.

    Thank you for sharing your experiences today,
    Lots of love,

  2. Dear Max,
    I really liked hearing about your visit to the school. I know you felt sad that you couldn’t give school supplies to all the kids. I feel that way too sometimes when I do things to try to make the world better and I know they are only a drop in the bucket. But a lot of drops can fill up the bucket!
    Also, I am guessing that most of the kids who received the school supplies will share with their friends and siblings, so you probably helped even more kids than you thought at the time.

  3. Hi Max, When Josh and I went to Kenya to see Toby and Deborah (before Ben was born) we brought a microscope and books and other supplies. The teachers and children were SO grateful, it actually made me embarassed, but glad we did it. Now you are doing the same and I am very proud of you. I love your audio blog. You have a terrific voice and write so well. Keep em coming!!

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