Everybody needs encouragement on their life’s journey and I got plenty of it from the wonderful people I met at the WordCamp in Alabama. I’m grateful for their enthusiastic support for my work in Africa. Below are the faces of some of the nicest people that I’ve met.
They are Linda and Don. And they are my vessels of grace, the ‘hottest’ couple in the East Bay. What makes them ‘hot’? Their energy, warmth, and the kindnesses that flow from their hearts. I’m grateful for their hospitality for 4 nights during my writing expedition in the SFO Bay Area. Thank you Linda and Don […]
In the previous post, I talked about what keeps me up at night. Today I want to share with you what gets me fired up each morning. In spite of all the challenges, there is something that gets me excited: The results. Seeing drop-outs being able to go back to school again with smiles on […]
“Pay less attention to what men say. Just watch what they do.”—Dale Carnegie When people are struggling, words alone cannot better their lives. Actions are needed. One of the actions taken to help the impoverished students is known as the Food for School initiative (FFS). The FFS provides food for students who are dropping out of […]
Peter and some of the girls he supports in Benin Republic
Picking up book donations from neighbors to build a library in Adjara
Hello there! My name is Peter. Welcome to my journey! This blog is about the power of kindness, gratitude, and compassion. I live between the United States (California) and African villages. This is my story about the goodness of humanity as experienced in the United States. It’s a journey of extraordinary grace in my struggle […]