Last Day At Project Mercy

9 thoughts on “Last Day At Project Mercy”

  1. You are SO correct about your assessment. We have so much and have come to expect so much that is ‘material’, that I don’t think we truly appreciate what we have and then we whine & complain at the smallest of things (what I’m working on is not grumbling at having to stop for red lights!) Thank you for ALL you and your team have done and thank you for the blogs and photos. I will miss them as I looked forward to them each day. Safe travels! Welcome back.

  2. Blessings and thanks for all you’ve done in such a short time! Travel home safely now. Blogs have been not only interesting but also inspiring. Thanks!

  3. Well done, Team Two. And well said, Mike. Makes me think of Philippians 4:11-12- we have much to learn when it comes to joy from the example of others.

  4. Blessings to all of you for being on this journey. Safe travels home. Thank you Dr. Jacobs for your heartfelt comments. See you soon.

  5. Dr. Mike, well said, and so true! Somehow those simple, most basic tasks of food and water, and shelter and family, with faith, hope, and love, resonate with everyone everywhere. Thank you for that reminder, and for your work there, and that of all your teammates! Unbelievably warm sunny day here — Northerners emerging from hibernation in the thousands! :- ) Safe travels! Keep on, more soon, John

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