Often it takes some calamity to make us live in the present. Then suddenly we wake up and see all the mistakes we have made. But it is too late to change anything.if everyone of us appreciates the truth behind this saying, we will appreciate life more. we will appreciate the people around us more. we will appreciate what we have more. we will appreciate our struggles more, & begin to see the circumstances we are in are the building blocks that bring us to the next level of maturity. & when we are able to do that, our life will then be of minimal regrets. it will be more fulfilling. more alive.
this is what i want to experience, and be part of. can't wait for the briefing early next month. & i shall be on duty on 12-13 July... do come by for a life-changing experience & be blessed! stay in touch, more details to follow.
"One of our visitors had a defining moment at the One Life exhibit.
This young lady always felt that her life was cursed, that nothing good ever happened and that she was always dealt a bad hand. All this changed when she walked in
Srey Mom’s shoes, one of the children featured at the One Life exhibit from Cambodia.
Having walked through the traumatic and triumphant journey of Srey Mom, this young lady realized that her life was actually blessed.
That she had so much to be thankful for and that life is what you make of it."