I do hope that some of my meager followers have been watching the news. If not check this out: http://edition.cnn.com/2013/11/09/world/iyw-how-to-help-typhoon-haiyan/index.html
That image above is of a “A mother grieves over her dead son inside a chapel that barely withstood the onslaught of Supertyphoon.”
I know what it feels like to have been in a natural disaster since me and my family were amongst the hardest hit victims of Typhoon Ketsana (Ondoy) in 2009. I know what it feels like to lose your own child since my son passed away in 2010 from a congenital heart condition.
That picture breaks my heart. Despite having experienced my personal tragedies, I cannot begin to imagine how that woman feels. How those people in the hardest hit areas feel.
There is not much we can do but WE CAN DO SOMETHING! There are a lot of relief operations being staged right now by several groups across the world in the Philippines
Please allow me to promote the organization that I am supporting, Gawad Kalinga (GK). GK is a very credible organization in the Philippines that aim to provide free housing and livelihood projects to several Filipinos all over the country. They are also among the first to mobile in any calamity that hit that Philippines.
Today, GK is asking for help to aid the victims of Typhoon Haiyan / Yolanda. Despite where you are in the world, YOU CAN HELP! Please…each relief pack cost only P200 (Philippine Pesos) or $4.65 (US Dollar). And if you can’t donate, that much even $1 can go along way. You can donate in the link below.