Dignity, Healing is a Two Way Street. Jim Lange HRDC
Haiti Trip (January ‘19); Day Five:
I have arrived at the Port au Prince airport. Battered yet satisfied by the accomplishments and life lessons rendered during this trip.
In the distance the mass graves are quiet, again. And even though the warm Caribbean air fills the Haitian sky, Titanyen’s twelve month winter of abandonment and neglect has already begun…only the weeds fed by the dead can rejoice at such a travesty.
I am honored to be allowed into the private world of the hurt and most vulnerable of Haiti. Their dignity inspires me and to assist in their healing is a purpose I gladly embrace. Of course, I’ve come to realize that healing is a two way street.
So, it’s time to return home. To a wife and life that heals me when healing is a must. She, and those who care about me, will be busy. I hope they enjoy their role as much as I enjoy mine.
This is all I will have to say about this trip. Be well.
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